The Private Attorney-General in China: Potential and Pitfalls
Washington University Global Studies Law Review
This Essay looks only (in Part II) at the PAG-relevant aspects of Chinese civil procedure, finding that while the system is on the whole unfriendly to PAG-type litigation, surprising exceptions exist. Part III concludes with some summarizing remarks and thoughts on Chinese political-legal culture.
Donald C. Clarke,
The Private Attorney-General in China: Potential and Pitfalls,
Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev.