Friday, September 5, 2014

New Issue of Hong Kong Law Journal

Hong Kong Law Journal, vol. 44, pt 2 of 2014

Click here for abstracts.

Analysis
Overcoming Obstacles to the Reform of Child Custody Laws: Integrating the Conceptual and the Practical Anne Scully-Hill
371
Family Arrangements, Constructive Trusts and the Home Ownership Scheme Malcolm Merry
391

Lecture
The Level Playing Field: Human Rights and Modern Legal Culture Lawrence M Friedman
403

The Future of the Judiciary: Reflections on Present Challenges to the Administration of Justice in Hong Kong Anselmo Reyes
429

From Rationality to Proportionality in the Modern Law Lord Carnwath CVO
447

Articles
A Typography of Constitutional Arguments in Hong Kong Po Jen Yap
459
Charging Excessively for Data Access Requests in Hong Kong Churk Shue Sing
483
When “Sorry” is the Hardest Word to Say, How Might Apology Legislation Assist? Robyn Carroll
491
Time to Allow Non-Charitable Purpose Trusts in Hong Kong? A case of uncommon choice (of law)? Matteo Ho
519
Unjust Enrichment, Leapfrogging and a Defence of Entitlement Nathan Tamblyn
551
Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Macau Fernando Dias Simões
563

China Law
Interpretation of Tax Laws in China: Moving Towards the Rule of Law? Dongmei Qiu
589
Derivative Actions in China: Case Analysis Shaowei Lin
621
Popularised Judiciary in Rural China: Paternalistic Approaches and Enchanted Legal Consciousness Feng Yuqing and Cao Qing
651

Book Reviews
Children and International Human Rights Law: The Right of the Child to Be Heard, Aisling Parkes Anne Scully-Hill

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