Wednesday, May 18, 2016

New Issue of Hong Kong Law Journal (Part 1 of 2016)

Hong Kong Law Journal
Vol. 46, Part 1 of 2016
Editor-in-Chief: Professor Rick Glofcheski
Associate Editor: Professor Albert Chen

Table of Contents
Focus: The Life and Future of British Colonial Sexual Regulation in Asia
Preface Lynette J Chua and Michael Hor1
Trans* Individuals and Normative Masculinity in British India and Contemporary Pakistan Shahnaz Khan9
The Wife as an Accomplice: Section 377 and the Regulation of Sodomy in Marriage in India Saptarshi Mandal31
The Limits of Liberty: The Crime of Male Same-Sex Conduct and the Rights to Life and Personal Liberty in Singapore Jack Tsen-Ta Lee47
Legacies of Exceptionalism and the Future of Gay Rights in Singapore Stewart Chang71
Pride or Prejudice? Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Religion in Post-Colonial Hong Kong Amy Barrow and Joy L Chia89
International Law and the Rights of Gay Men in Former British Colonies: Comparing Hong Kong and Singapore Carole J Petersen109
Towards the Elimination of Prescriptive Sexual Regulation in Family Law in Singapore Leong Wai Kum131
Asia and Oceania LGBTI Law Reform: Breaking the Log-Jam The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG151
A Commentary on Jetstar Hong Kong Airways Decision before the Air Transport Licencing AuthorityJae Woon Lee and Michelle Dy175
Interaction between International Standards and Domestic Constitutional Norms—A Case Study of the Chief Executive Election in Hong Kong Lin Feng193
The Illegality Defence in Corporate Law Claims Against Directors and Officers Wai Yee Wan225
Deconstructing Sponsor Prospectus Liability  Syren Johnstone, Antonio Da Roza and Nigel Davis255
The Politico-Economic Context of Special Regional Autonomy: International and Constitutional Law Meets the Hong Kong Predicament Roda Mushkat287
Practice and Theory of the Guiding Case System in China Yang Li307
Lame-Duck Bankruptcy Institutions under Government Intervention in Reorganisation of Listed Companies in China (Part 1) Zhao Huimiao339
Board Accountability in Corporate Governance, Andrew Keay Lin Zhang

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