Sunday, May 17, 2015

New Issue of Hong Kong Law Journal Published (Vol 45, Part 1 of 2015)

Public Entertainment and the Interpretive Dilemma in T v Commissioner of Police Po Jen Yap1
Enforcing Contracts for the Benefit of Third Parties: Recent Reform of the Doctrine of Privity Lee Mason13
Vicarious Liability on the Move Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers29
Relevant Lies Janice Brabyn45
Nullity or Merely Lost Priority? The Effect of Failure to Register a Document Concerning Land Malcolm Merry87
Taking Transgender Rights Seriously: A Rights-Based Model of Gender Recognition in Hong Kong Kai Yeung Wong109
Interests of Youth Suspects are at Risk: Implementing the Right to the Presence of Parent or Guardian and the Right to Legal Assistance at the Police Stations in the Case of Youth Suspects in Hong KongShum Ka Ching, Kelly127
A New Turning Point in the Study of International Legal Compliance, in China and Elsewhere Roda Mushkat157
Focus: Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement
Introduction Brian Christopher Jones189
Confrontational Contestation and Democratic Compromise: The Sunflower Movement and its AftermathBrian Christopher Jones and Yen Tu Su193
Searching for Constitutional Authority in the Sunflower Movement Chia Ming Chen211
Policing an Occupied Legislature: Symbolic Struggle over the Police Image in Taiwan’s Sunflower Movemen Jeffrey T Martin229
Connecting Gender and Trade: Gender Framing in the Anti-Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement Movement Hsiaowei Kuan249
Dance with the Dragon: Closer Economic Integration with China and Deteriorating Democracy and Rule of Law in Taiwan and Hong Kong? Chien Huei Wu275
Peaceful but “Illegal” Assemblies? – Comparisons between Taiwan’s Constitution and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Wen Chen Chang295
Marching Towards Civic Constitutionalism with Sunflowers Jiunn rong Yeh315
Legal Pluralism, Institutionalism and Judicial Recognition of Hong Kong–China Cross-Border Insolvency Judgments Emily Lee331
Declining Jurisdiction by Forum Non Conveniens in Chinese Courts Zheng Sophia Tang351
Hong Kong Media Law: A Guide for Journalists and Media Professionals: Expanded Second Edition, Doreen Weisenhaus, with contributions by Rick Glofcheski and Yan Mei Ning Danny Gitting373

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