This past Fall has been a rewarding and thought-provoking season for us at CCPL.
In this Newsletter, we are pleased to share with you highlights from the events we held last semester as well as information on upcoming events for Spring 2023.
We look forward to seeing you soon at our events - in person or on zoom!
With best wishes,
Prof Po Jen Yap
Professor of Law
Director, Centre for Comparative and Public Law
Faculty of Law
The University of Hong Kong
28 July 2022 - Zoom Webinar Book Talk: Decoupling: Gender Injustice in China’s Divorce Courts (CUP, 2022) with the author – Ethan Michelson
6 September 2022 - Zoom Webinar Book Talk: Opposing Power: Building Opposition Alliances in Electoral Autocracies (University of Michigan Press, 2022) with the author – Elvin Ong
16 September 2022 - Zoom Webinar Book Talk: Governing and Ruling: The Political Logic of Taxation in China (University of Michigan Press, 2021) with the author – Zhang Changdong
27 September 2022 - Zoom Webinar: #RaceMeToo: Institutional Declarations of Anti-Racism, but Are They Listening, Do They Care?
24 October 2022 - CCPL Talk: Supreme Courts in the Age of Acute Political Polarization
27 October 2022 - Zoom Webinar Book Talk: Political Censorship in British Hong Kong: Freedom of Expression and the Law (1842–1997) (CUP, 2022) with the author – Michael Ng
9 November 2022 - Workshop on Hong Kong's Sedition Law
February 2023 - Zoom Webinar Book Talk: Recentering the World: China and the Transformation of International Law (CUP, 2022)
February 2023 - Zoom Webinar Book Talk: A Pandemic of Populists (CUP, 2022)
March 2023 - Zoom Webinar Book Talk: Responsive Judicial Review: Democracy and Dysfunction in the Modern Age (OUP, 2023)
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