Through examining the rise, demise and a partial resurgence of court-mediation over the past five decades, this paper studies the development of civil justice system in China. The paper explains the striking shift from mediatory towards adjudicatory justice and a series of judicial reforms carried out by the former President of the Supreme People's Court Xiao Yang. The paper also critically reviews factors leading to the recent partial reversal of civil justice reform.
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