Sino Pro Law Firm was established under the Lawyers Law of the Peoples Republic of China and with the approval of the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Justice. It has more than 400 practicing lawyers. As a comprehensive legal services institution, it has sufficient experience in representing clients in civil and commercial litigation/arbitration proceedings in major construction projects and real estate development disputes. In addition, it provides non-litigation services for large and medium-scale companies in respective mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy liquidation, legal risk management, and compliance management.

Sino is headquartered on the 9th floor of the north wing of the central office building of Zhuangsheng Square, Xuanwumen, Xicheng District, Beijing. It is 2 kilometers away from Tiananmen Square and has direct access to Metro Lines 2 and 4; enabling it to boast convenient transportation and a great office environment. It also has an office in Tongzhou, the sub-center of Beijing, at the address of the 21st floor of the Greenland Central Plaza in the Canal Business District.

Sino has offices in Shenzhen, Chongqing, Taiyuan, Changsha, Changchun, Wuhan, Nanjing, and Xian, and branches in Hainan and Zhengzhou will soon be opening as well. It has partnered with legal service organizations in significant cities across China and even in nations outside of China, allowing it to combine resources to offer clients better and more thorough services.

According to the annual assessment data announced by the Beijing Lawyers Association on June 20, 2021, Sino ranked 19th by the scale out of a total of 2,887 law firms in Beijing.

Sino was rated as a Beijing Excellent Law Firm in 2015-2018 by the Beijing Lawyers Association (50/2500), and as a Xicheng District Excellent Law Firm in 2014-2018 by the Xicheng District Lawyers Association (10/260).

Sino does not take part in the ranking and rating held by foreign legal rating agencies, given the different legal systems and professional standards of legal services used domestically and abroad, the information and data asymmetry, as well as the confidentiality obligations assumed for the clients.

Sino has a clear organizational structure. It has 3 comprehensive business departments, 15 professional business departments, and 9 professional committees. At present, 6 Sino lawyers serve as directors or members of the All China Lawyers Association Working Committee and Professional Committee; 63 lawyers serve as directors or members of the Beijing Lawyers Association Working Committee and Special Committee (Research Association). Lawyer Zhang Qing serves as the director of the Education Working Committee of the All China Lawyers Association and the director of the Civil Law Professional Committee.

Beijing Lawyers Association carried out the lawyers’ professional level assessment according to the Notice of the Ministry of Justice on Expanding the Pilot Program of the Evaluation System and Evaluation Mechanism for Lawyers Professional Levels, and the Implementation Measures for the Trial Work of the Evaluation System and Evaluation Mechanism for Lawyers Professional Levels (for Trial Implementation) issued by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Justice and published the evaluation result on its official website on January 7, 2021. A total of 37 Sino lawyers were recognized. In this event, Sino ranks first among Beijing law firms in terms of the total number of lawyers who were rated as professional lawyers, as well as the number of persons who were rated as professional lawyers in company law, construction engineering real estate, and intellectual property.

Sino serves clients including companies and institutions of significant global influence. It has represented the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council and the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development in nearly 10,000 lawsuits. For 8 consecutive years, it has exclusively served as the perennial legal advisor of the Peoples Daily, the central organ of the Communist Party of China. Its clients include Economic Daily News, Peoples Daily Online, Beijing State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, China State Construction Engineering Corporation, Aluminum Corporation of China, China Railway, China Railway Construction, China Communications Construction, China COFCO, China Huadian Corporation, SPIC, China Meheco, China National Building Materials, China Power Construction, China Energy Construction, China Steel Research Institute, China Genertec, China Forestry, China Hualu, China Development Bank, ICBC and other central enterprises; Beijing Jinyu, Beijing Energy, Beijing Shoufa Investment, Beijing Metro, Beijing Shougang, Beijing Capital Agribusiness & Food, Beijing Urban Construction, Beijing Electronics Holding, Beijing Bank and other Beijing enterprises.