Monday, January 15, 2018

New Issue of Hong Kong Law Journal (Part 3 of 2017)

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Rick Glofcheski
Associate Editor: Professor Albert Chen
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell


1. Constitutionality of the Co-location Arrangement at the West Kowloon High-Speed Rail Terminus Lin Feng 699

2. Corporate Governance and Company Law: The Disconnect between Accountability and Directors’ Duties Ernest Lim 733

3. Mediation and Resolving Disputes Involving Emergency Nurses in Hong Kong: A Legal Empirical Inquiry Ka Ki Cheng and Andra Le Roux-Kemp 763

4. Decriminalisation of Same-Sex Relations and Social Attitudes in Singapore: An Empirical Study Lynette J Chua, Dickson Su, Rayner Kay Jin Tan and Koh Wei Jie 793

5. Rethinking the NPCSC’s Power to Interpret the Basic Law Jonathan Lam 825

6. Latest Developments on the Right to be Forgotten — Is the Time Ripe for Hong Kong? Griffith Cheng 847

7. Developing MDBs’ Dispute Settlement Systems: A Perspective of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Bin Gu 871

8. Judges, Access to Justice, the Rule of Law and the Court of Final Appeal under “One Country Two Systems” Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury 899

9. Legal Implications of Hanjin Shipping’s Rehabilitation Proceeding In Hyeon Kim 915

China Law

10. Cybercrime in China — A Review Focusing on Increasing Criminalisation of Harmful Cyberactivities Jiajia Yu 937

11. Sino-Vietnam Dispute Over Hydrocarbon Resources Exploration in Nansha Waters after the South China Sea Arbitration Ran Guo 951

12. The Acquisition and Use of International Law by Chinese Diplomat as a Sword to Defend Sovereignty and Challenge Chinese Exclusion Act in the Late Qing Dynasty Li Chen 987

Book Reviews

China’s Legal System Thomas Coendet 1013

The Making of the Modern Chinese State: Cement, Legal Personality and Industry Dr Jonathan Chappell 1017

A Theory of Discrimination Law PY Lo 1023

Click here to read the abstracts of each article. Hong Kong Law Journal is published by Sweet & Maxwell. Full text is available on Westlaw.

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