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Legal Practice in the Formative Stages of the Chinese Empire

An Annotated Translation of the Exemplary Qin Criminal Cases from the Yuelu Academy Collection

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In <i>Legal Practice</i>, Ulrich Lau and Thies Staack offer a richly annotated translation of criminal case records from the pre-imperial period of Qin (between 246 BC and 222 BC) and shed new light on the Qin administration of justice.

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