Shanghai Court Serves Up Dissent

From China Law and Governance Review, “The idea that courts can include opposing views in their official decisions reflects a reform trend to open up the judicial process and make judges more accountable, or in the words of the Shanghai No. 2 Intermediate Court, to “bring sunshine to the court room” and to “make judges feel responsible” for their decisions.”

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