The dictionary is developed by the Ricci Association since 2006; it is the very first trilingual dictionary on Chinese law. The dictionary includes approximately 24,000 Chinese legal terms translated to English and French, and contains 20 branches, including Ancient Law, Administrative Law, Admiralty Law, Banking and Financial Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Company Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Institutions, Insurance Law, International Private Law, International Public Law, International Trade Law, IP Law, Jurisprudence, Labour Law, Procedure, and Tax Law.
CUHK users can find the dictionary from the A-Z Databases: Encyclopedias & Dictionaries list. Users can enter their search terms in English, Chinese or Pinyin in the search box.
|A-Z Databases: Encyclopedias & Dictionaries|
|The Ricci Dictionary of Chinese Law Online|