Procedural Law

Litigation jurisprudence is a departmental law that focuses on the procedural law that defines how litigation should be conducted. There are mainly three branches of litigation law, namely, criminal procedure law, civil procedure law and administrative litigation law, which respectively study...

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Litigation jurisprudence is a departmental law that focuses on the procedural law that defines how litigation should be conducted. There are mainly three branches of litigation law, namely, criminal procedure law, civil procedure law and administrative litigation law, which respectively study the criminal procedure, civil procedure and judicial procedure of judicial organs of public security. Training objectives: The major requires students to master a wide range of basic theories and systems of litigation law knowledge; familiar with online litigation, network information judicial authentication, electronic evidence and other fields of legal knowledge and technology; to be more proficient in a foreign language, can read The professional foreign language information; can independently do litigation law scientific research work; after graduation competent litigation law teaching, scientific research, especially with the information network evidence and litigation jurisprudence theoretical research, and related legislation, justice and other substantive work; with independent engaged in litigation jurisprudence theory as well as litigation legal theory teaching, national legislation, judicial work and related legal practice.


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