Top law school taps into its tradition to face the challenges and opportunities ahead, Alexis Hooi and Yan Dongjie report in Wuhan, Hubei.
As a child, Zou Zhihan’s idea of the law was related to legal aid. “I sometimes saw legal aid volunteers advising and helping the people who had hearing disabilities in my community. It could have been the beginning of my relationship with our legal system – constantly improving, with occasional ups and downs, pressing firmly forward.”
Zou, now a law student at Wuhan University in the capital of Central China’s Hubei province, still believes that the future of Chinese law is to “better serve the community and the country”.