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Institute for Chinese Legal Modernization Studies

The Institute for Chinese Legal Modernization Studies is a non-profit and public research institute which conducts decision-making consulting in the field of Chinese legal modernization. As a think tank, its construction objectives are very specific. By ways of implementing spirits of the Eighteenth National Congress, the Third and the Fourth Plenary Sessions of the Eighteenth Central Committee convened by the Communist Party of China, as well as by learning and carrying out earnestly Xi Jinping’s thoughts of ruling the country by law comprehensively, the institute will devote itself to providing services of decision-making consulting for accelerating the pace of not only ruling the country by law, but also ruling Jiangsu(one of China’s provinces) by law comprehensively, in accordance with the strategic blueprint of ‘Four Comprehensives’(comprehensively build a moderately prosperous society, comprehensively deepen reform, comprehensively implement the rule of law and comprehensively strengthen Party discipline). In order to make intellectual contributions to promoting Chinese legal modernization and realizing state governance modernization, this institute will spare no effort to become a first-class think tank domestically and an influential think tank internationally in the field of Chinese legal modernization by about ten-year construction.

The functional orientation of the Institute for Chinese Legal Modernization Studies is staying firmly rooted inJiangsu Province while looking around China and the whole world. As a result, this institute takes an active part in promoting the pace of Chinese legal modernization, motivating the strategic research of Chinese legal modernization as well as making proposals for state construction of rule of law, while it is struggling to serve for Jiangsu’s legal modernization and local implementatin of rule of law.

The Institute for Chinese Legal Modernization Studies is formed by seven research institutions including

  1. Institute for the Development of Rule of Law Strategy Studies
  2. Institute for the Development of Legislation Studies
  3. Institute for Government Ruled by Law Studies
  4. Institute for Judicial Reform and Modernization Studies
  5. Institute for Society Ruled by Law Studies
  6. Institute for the Development of Regional Rule of Law Studies
  7. Center for National Conditions of Chinese Rule of Law Studies
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