Objective: To study the protective effect of compound extract of soybean, wolfberry and hawthorn on chemical liver injury in mice respectively. Methods:The mice were randomly divided into 5 groups:control(A), liver injury control(B)and 0.06(C)?0.20(D)?0.60(E) g/(kg·bw) compound extract group. The liver injury models were induced by CCl 4 and ethanol in mice respectively. After 4 weeks, for the former, the serum ALT and AST content were measured and the liver pathological change was observed. For the latter, the liver MDA, GSH, and TG content were measured and fat droplets staining in the ice pathological slice were observed . Results: 1.CCl 4 liver injury models:the content of serum ALT of group D and the AST of group D and E were decreased. Compared with normal group, the hepatic pathological changes of the compound extract group was mainly fatty and ballon degeneration, and that of the CCl 4 group was mainly hepatic cytoclasis. 2.Ethanol liver injury models: the content of liver MDA of group C, E and the TG of group C, D, E were all decreased, and the fatty degeneration scores of group C, D were lower, both compared with ethanol group. Conclusion: Compound extract of soybean, wolfberry and hawthorn has the protective effect on liver injuries induced by both CCl 4 and ethanol in mice.