This bilingual (Chinese and English) journal was established in Hong Kong by the Ministry of Justice of the People’s Republic of China. It is designed to cover six areas of law: international business and trade, constitutionalism, human rights, judicial reform, four legal systems within China, and popular legal issues in international society. Click here for a page offering subscriptions.

This bimonthly English journal and the Chinese bimonthly Zhongguo Faxue (中国法学) are the official publications of the China Law Society. The most recent 16 issues since 2013 are available at http://journal.chinalawinfo.com/Journal_Info.asp?id=84.

Most of the senior editors of this scholarly journal are professors from the Law School of Renmin University of China. Other members of the editorial board are from different universities around the world. Before 2010, this journal selected and translated academic papers on law published in China. Since 2010, it has been publishing good original papers written in English. The journal is available both in print and online at http://www.law.ruc.edu.cn/flc/

This English journal is a translation of the Chinese 中国法律年鉴. Much of the content is available electronically at this website.

Starting from 2008, this law journal has published four issues including 41 articles. Here is a page offering subscriptions: http://journal.chinalawinfo.com/Journal_Intro.asp?Id=51#5.

This journal was established by students from Peking University School of Transnational Law in 2011. It publishes articles on Chinese law, U.S. law, international law, transnational law and comparative law. Four issues from 2013 to 2015 are available at http://journal.chinalawinfo.com/Journal_Info.asp?id=100.

This journal is a student-run English-language journal. All pieces are contributed by both student scholars and established academics. All the volumes are available at http://www.tsinghuachinalawreview.org/about/.