Review of Shucheng Wang, Law as an Instrument: Sources of Chinese Law for Authoritarian Legality (Cambridge University Press 2022)

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Donald C. Clarke

George Washington University - Law School

Date Written: November 7, 2022

Abstract

This brief note reviews Shucheng Wang’s Law as an Instrument: Sources of Chinese Law for Authoritarian Legality. It finds that the author provides a well-informed, in-depth exploration of the sources of Chinese law and offers rich food for thought on these and other questions in the world of Chinese legal studies. The author brings a good sense of the political realities of the Chinese legal system to his study.

Keywords: China, Chinese law, civil procedure, transnational litigation

JEL Classification: K15, K40

Suggested Citation

Clarke, Donald C., Review of Shucheng Wang, Law as an Instrument: Sources of Chinese Law for Authoritarian Legality (Cambridge University Press 2022) (November 7, 2022). Asian Journal of Comparative Law (forthcoming), GWU Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2022-67, GWU Law School Public Law Research Paper No. 2022-67, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4270609

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