CCTL Comparative Constitutional Law Research Forum seminar – ‘Constitutional Law in Greater China: Comparative Issues’ (Online)

CCTL Comparative Constitutional Law Research Forum seminar- Constitutional Law in Greater China: Comparative Issues (Online)

This Webinar introduces the ongoing Project: Routledge Handbook of Constitutional Law in Greater China. Edited by three CUHK LAW members Ngoc Son Bui, Stuart Hargreaves, and Ryan Mitchell, this Handbook aims to provide a comprehensive survey of important issues of constitutional law in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan; and critically discuss leading views on these issues. In the Webinar, the three editors will also discuss comparative issues related to the Handbook, including: the role of the overseas judges in Hong Kong versus in Macau; the evolution of the People Republic of China’s Constitution over time and its changing roles in relation to the state and society; and comparative constitutional law scholarship’s recent engagement with China’s Constitution.

About the Panelists:

Prof. Stuart Hargreaves,  Associate Professor, CUHK LAW
The Roles of the Overseas Judges in  Hong Kong  versus in  Macau

Prof. Ryan Mitchell,  Assistant Professor, CUHK LAW
The Evolution of the  PRC Constitution

Prof. Ngoc Son Bui,  Assistant Professor, CUHK LAW
China’s Comparative Constitution

Chairperson:  Prof. Mara Malagodi, Assistant Professor, CUHK LAW


03 Aug 2020


5:00 pm - 6:15 pm