Saturday, 25 April 2015

Supreme People’s Court Monitor

The Lee Quo Wei Law Library will add the following resource to the People’s Republic of China webpage under the Selected Internet Resources.

Supreme People’s Court Monitor (

This is a personal blog from Susan Finder who has been observing the Supreme People’s Court for over 20 years. She is consulting for the UN Development Programme and other organizations, and occasionally writes for the Diplomat, the Global Military Justice Reform blog, Practical Law China and other publications. Previously, she was an editor with a legal know-how company.

Friday, 17 April 2015

The Second Issue of the Lee Quo Wei Law Library Newsletter

The second issue of the Lee Quo Wei Law Library Newsletter is out. This Newsletter aims to inform teaching and research staff of new developments at the Law Library and new resources and websites that the Library has either subscribed to or has added to the various Selected Internet Resources pages that we maintain on the Law Library webpage.
The table of contents of the second issue of the Lee Quo Wei Law Library Newsletter: 
  • BrowZine: Reading Recent Issues of Scholarly Journals on Mobile Device
  • The Unexpected Consequences of Magna Carta: 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta
  • New E-Resources in the CUHK Library
  • JustCite and Justis Training Session
  • Coming Services & Resources
·         Free Interbranch Book Delivery Service is coming
·         A New Platform of Westlaw – Westlaw Asia will be launched soon
  • Latest Law Blog entries and New Additions List for Law
The newsletter is available on the Lee Quo Wei Law Library webpage under Highlights or under What’s New

Friday, 10 April 2015

Law Blawgs listed on the Lee Quo Wei Law Library webpage

Law blawgs, weblogs for lawyers, are the latest trend in legal communication. Blawgs are essentially online diaries or journals allowing readers to be quickly informed of changes and developments in the law.

The Lee Quo Wei Law Library has updated the academic law blawgs on the Useful Websites webpage under the Selected Internet Resources.

Law Blawgs (weblogs for lawyers)
General Legal Weblogs
Asia Legal Blog
Blog for Asian legal matters and recruitment etc

Australian and Asian Legal Eye
For and about the Australian, New Zealand and Asia Pacific Legal Market. Law firm news, latest cases, corporate legal issues etc. Updated Daily.

Bag and Baggage
Has a comprehensive list of legal blogs (blawgs).

Source for law & legal related weblogs.

Focuses on the expanding resources in the public and private sector related to law and technology news.

Bloglines Local
Includes significant case law developments, current events relating to law and legal research.

May it Please the Court
Legal news and observations.

Legal Blawg Archive - Law Library of Congress
The Law Library of Congress began harvesting legal blawgs in 2007. The collection has grown to more than one hundred items covering a broad cross section of legal topics. Blawgs can also be retrieved by keywords or browsed by subject, name, or title.

China Weblogs
China Environmental Law
China's environmental and energy laws, regulations, and policies discussed daily

China Legal Blog
China law related articles

China and International Law Blog

China Law Blog
Focuses on business law in China

China-Lat Law
Business and legal issues affecting China Latin America & the United States

Chinese Law Prof Blog
A member of the Law Professors Blog network

Experience Not Logic
Business and law in China

IP Dragon
Gathering, commenting and sharing information about Intellectual Property in China, since 2005.
Editor Dr Danny Friedmann, Faculty of Law, CUHK.

Legal Research
Current Law Journal Content - CLJC
CLJC is an indexing (not a full-text) database produced by the Washington & Lee University Law School ibrary. It contains table of contents information primarily for English language law journals from approximately 2000 to April 2011

Hong Kong Legal Community
Produced by Lexis and contains local news, blogs, podcasts and careers' information
Hong Kong's Legal Network Blog
Westlaw HK's blog on new publications and matters of interest to the legal profession and legal academic community

ADR Thoughts : To trace the development in law and practice of ADR [Newly Added]
Blog page on the development in the law and practice of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) by Professor Fan Kun Faculty of Law CUHK.

Hong Kong Land Law Blog
Blog page on Hong Kong land law by Professor Michael Lower Faculty of Law CUHK.

International Law Prof Blog
A member of the Law Professors Blogs Network

International Law Reporter Blog
Edited by Jacob Katz Cogan Assistant Professor of Law University of Cincinnati College of Law

The IPKat
Jeremy Phillips and Ilanah Simon from the Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute write about copyright, patent, trade mark and privacy/confidentiality issues from a mainly UK and European perspective.

Jurist Paper Chase
Serious law. Breaking news. Factual reports. Original sources. Global perspective.

Law Professor Blogs
Resources, news & information to assist law professors in their scholarship and teaching.

Lawrence Lessig
Stanford Law School's founder of the Stanford Center for Internet and Society.

Legal Scholarship Blog
Blog on Law related calls for papers, conferences etc

Legal Writing Prof Blog
A member of the Law Professors Blogs Network