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Chinalaw Web
Law Library of Congress.

Beijing Arbitration Commission

China Law
An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Materials on People's Republic of China and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
"This bibliography is to help law students at NYU Law School and other legal researchers who are interested or engaged in legal study and practice in the People's Republic of China and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region to access effectively Chinese legal resources, including statutes, judicial decisions, and the legal research works which are in various information formats, printing, microfilm, on-line databases, etc."
Titles linked to NYU Law Library's online catalogue
Compiled by Joan Liu, Serials Librarian, New York University Law Library

China Law Society
University of Maryland School of Law and Law Library of Congress.

China Leadership Monitor (online version)
"...seeks to inform the American foreign policy community about current trends in China's leadership politics and in its foreign and domestic policies."
- Stanford University Hoover Institution

China Statistical Information Network (Chinese or English)
National Bureau of Statistics

Chinese Military Power
A Compendium of Online Resources About Chinese Military Policy & Capabilities
"...your gateway to full-text online analysis and research tools essential to understanding China's military policy, capabilities, and potential. Here you will find access to the spectrum of U.S. opinion regarding China's strategic development, with regularly updated links to online articles, reports, and government documents assessing China's military modernization, relevant political and economic factors, the military balance in East Asia, and U.S. policy toward China
- Sponsored The Project on Defense Alternatives

Chinalaw List Home Page
"Welcome to Chinalaw List, formerly the CHINESE LAW NET (CLNET), an electronic discussion group devoted to issues of modern Chinese law. While it is intended that the law of the People's Republic of China will be the main focus, postings relating to other Chinese jurisdictions or to Chinese legal history are also welcome. All persons with an interest in Chinese law are welcome to subscribe."

Chinese Legal Research at the University of Washington
Prepared for a Presentation on May 11, 2000
Includes a selection of online resources in addition to in-house finding aids.
By Bill McCloy, Assistant Librarian for East Asian Law, University of Washington Gallagher Law Library, East Asian Law Department

Hong Kong Legal Information Institute (HKLII)
A joint project of the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law and AustLII
"...mission is to provide free access to primary legal materials from Hong Kong (and some publicly available secondary materials) by use of technology that is both easy to use and powerful in the diversity of materials that it covers."
Databases include: Court of Final Appeal ; Court of Appeal ; Court of First Instance ; Other Courts & Tribunals ; Practice Directions ; Legislation ; Law Reform ; Treaties Index ; Domain Name Decisions.

Human Rights in China (HRIC)
Includes an annotated listing of Chinese human rights and democracy Internet resources

Internet Chinese Legal Research Center
"This site intends to provide links to Chinese (Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong) legal resources on the Internet, legal research guides and other information related to Chinese legal research."
Maintained by Wei Luo, Washington University School of Law

Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong

University of Washington Law Library - East Asian Law Department
Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library, University of Washington School of Law.
A description of the department, library collections, publications, and links to Web resources.

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