Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Chinese Law Research Guide: Other Subscription Databases

Resources for researching Chinese law.

Subscription Databases

The Hastings Law Library subscribes to a number of Internet-accessible resources that may be useful in your research. All of our online resources are listed on the Hastings Library's A-Z Database List. You can access all of them on campus. Nearly all of them can also be accessed off campus after logging in to the Hastings proxy server with your email username/password.

The information in these databases are not comprehensive, and the English translations of the Chinese laws are not authoritative and not always accurate. This is the nature of English translations of foreign laws. When available, students should compare more than one English translation of a legal document.

Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law:

Login with your Hastings email address and Bloomberg Law password.

Bloomberg Law does not have a lot of international content, but there are a few resources that could be useful in researching U.S.-China trade and business issues including:

Academic Search Complete

China Law & Practice - The leading bilingual journal dedicated to the business of law in China  issues.  (2008-2015)

Kluwer International Arbitration

Kluwer Arbitration

Proquest Research Library

The Library's ProQuest subscription includes full-text access to a number of useful books and journals covering Chinese law including: