Thursday, January 24, 2019

New Issue of Hong Kong Law Journal (Part 3 of 2018)

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

Prohibiting the Hong Kong National Party: Has Hong Kong Violated the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights? Carole J Petersen 789789
Human Trafficking and Judicial “Divination” in Hong Kong Po Jen Yap and Kenneth Lee807
Balancing National Security and Public Order with Human Rights: A Judicial Perspective Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury819
Property Rights of Cohabitants: A Comparison of Four Jurisdictions Thomas Leung Yu Hang837
Should There Be a Limitation Period for Section 214 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance? Martin Kwan883
Revisiting Section 124 of the Crimes Ordinance Eric Chan and Tiffany Wong899
The Apology Ordinance: Bold Steps into Some Uncharted Areas of Apology-Protecting Legislation Prue Vines and Robyn Carroll925
Party Autonomy and the Selection of Non-State Norms in International Commercial Contracts Jane Y Willems953
Seventy Years On: The Taiwan Constitutional Court and Judicial Activism in a Changing Constitutional Landscape Tzu-Yi Lin, Ming-Sung Kuo and Hui-Wen Chen995
China Law
China–Taiwan Repatriation of Criminal Suspects: Room for Human Rights? Yu-Jie Chen and Jerome A Cohen1029
Guiding Cases as a Form of Statutory Interpretation: Expansion of Supreme People’s Court’s Judicial Lawmaking Authority in China Shucheng Wang1067
Developments in Inter-Regional Conflict of Laws within China Meirong Zhang1097
Revision of China’s Legislation Law: Towards a More Orderly, Fair and Just Legal System Guang Shen1137
The Gap Between the EU and China on the ISDS Mechanisms in the Context of the EU–China BIT Negotiations: Evolving Status and Underlying Logic Lifeng Tao and Wei Shen1159
Review Article
Convergence (or Divergence) in Private Law: Review Essay on Private Law in China and Taiwan: Legal and Economic Analyses Chang-hsien Tsai1215

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