• New Beijing Internet Court accepts 207 lawsuit applications


    Beijing Internet Court has accepted more than 200 applications of lawsuits, according to a statement from the court on Monday.

  • NPC deputies visit court in Xinjiang


    Twenty-seven deputies to the National People’s Congress in four delegations from Shanghai, Jiangsu province, Fujian province and Tibet autonomous region carried out a five-day visit to Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region High People’s Court on Sept 10.

  • Violence on campuses takes a dive


    China has seen a continuous drop in cases of violence on school campuses in the past three years, thanks to improvements in the Chinese Criminal Procedure Law and efforts aimed at protecting juveniles.

  • Second China-Singapore Legal and judicial roundtable held in Singapore


    The head of the Supreme People’s Court in China addressed the opening and closing ceremony in a second China-Singapore legal and judicial roundtable held on Aug 31 in Singapore.

  • Beijing boosts legal services on IP disputes


    Businesses in Beijing's Haidian district that are involved in intellectual property disputes at home and abroad will benefit from improved legal services, according to a statement released by the district government.

  • Spike in fraud cases as criminals adopt illegal software


    China has seen a sharp rise in internet and telecom fraud over the past two years, with crooks increasingly using instant-messaging apps and illegal technology to swindle citizens, according to data from the Supreme People's Court.

  • SPC head: sound legal environment a must for rural development


    The head of China’s top court addressed a forum on providing judicial service and guarantees for rural revitalization on Sept 4.

  • Head of top court emphasizes provision of public justice


    At the new semester’s opening ceremony of the National Judges College the head of China’s top court pointed out that it’s necessary to improve judicial services for people and promote development of court work at all levels on Sept 4.