KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • Amy Barrow, The Protection of Women’s Rights Around the World in Social Justice and Human Rights, Global Youth Ministers 2014 organized by Hong Kong Young Leaders Development Association (2014-11)
  • Strengthening Equity and Social Justice in Hong Kong: Fostering Public Interested Lawyers through Socio-Legal Education’ in 2014 Inaugural Asian Symposium on Equity and Social Justice 26-28 October 2014, Hiroshima, Japan organized by ESD Focus (Educators for Sustainable Development) (2014-10)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • CEDAW: Eliminating VAW in Hong Kong? (via weblink with Anne Scully-Hill) in Initiative on VAW Research Round Up organized by Carr Centre for Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School (2015-06)
  • Women’s Status in Myanmar’s Transition in Law 2.0 New Challenges in Asia, Asian Law Institute Annual Conference organized by Asian Law Institute, hosted at National Taiwan University (2015-05)
  • Strengthening Social Justice in Hong Kong through Fostering Public Interested Lawyers in Law & Society Association Annual Conference, Law’s Promise and Pathos in the Global North and Global South, Seattle, USA organized by Law & Society Association (2015-05)
  • Inching Towards Equality: LGBT Rights and the Limitations of Law in Hong Kong (non-presenting author, presented by co-author Joy Chia) in Law & Society Association Annual Conference, Law’s Promise and Pathos in the Global North and the Global South, Seattle, USA organized by Law & Society Association (2015-05)
  • Invited Moderator, Advocacy and Community-based Access to Justice in Myanmar Rule of Law Workshop organized by Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong (2014-12)
  • Gender, Violence and the State in Asia in Women and War Series International Webinar organized by WILPF Academic Network (2014-10)
  • Chair Panel One on Legislating for LGBTI Rights: Why and How? in Working Together for an Inclusive Society: LGBTI Rights in Comparative Perspective organized by Equal Opportunities Commission, The EU Office to Hong Kong and Macao, Gender Research Centre, HKIAPS (2014-08)
  • Chair, Interregional Comparison: The Practices and Implications of Legislation Against Discrimination on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Status in Public Forum, Feasibility Study on Legislating against Discrimination on the Grounds of Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Status organized by Gender Research Centre, HKIAPS (2014-08)
  • Chair in ‘The Sky Did Not Fall Down: Unwarranted Fears Invoked by the Gender Recognition Act’ by Prof Stephen Whittle organized by Amy Barrow and Suen Yiu Tung, Centre for Rights and Justice and Gender Research Centre (2014-07)

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Anatole Boute, ‘The Protection of Russian Investments in the EU Energy Market: A Case in Support of Russia’s Ratification of the Energy Charter Treaty’ (2014) 29(3) ICSID Review – Foreign Investment Law Journal 515-524.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • External EU Energy Relations in Series on EU external relations organized by University of Luxembourg (2015-06)
  • The Water-Energy-Climate Nexus under International Law in Guest Lecture organized by University of Sydney (2015-06)
  • Renewable energy in the Russian Arctic in Energy Law in the Arctic organized by University of Tromso and University of Calgary (2014-11)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • The EU’s Moral Responsibility: Banning the import of Arctic oil in The EU in the Arctic organized by University of Dundee (2015-05)
  • The impossible transplant of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme in Learning by Doing: Emissions   Trading in the EU organized by University of Edinburgh (2015-05 to 2015-06)
  • International best practices with the reform of power markets in HK Electricity Market Reform organized by Hong Kong America Centre (2015-03)
  • “Electricity Cooperation in Central Asia: An International and Comparative Law Perspective” in Transit Technical Workshop organized by Energy Charter Secretariat (2014-11)
  • “Towards Sustainable and Secure Electricity Supply in Central Asia: Power Sector Reform and Investment Protection” in Trade and Transit Group organized by Energy Charter Secretariat (2014-09)

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • K.K. Cheng and W. H. Chui, ‘Beyond the Shadow-of-Trial: Decision-making Behind Plea Bargaining in Hong Kong’ (2014) International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 15 pgs.
  • W. H. Chui and K.K. Cheng, ‘Young People’s Perception of Lawyers in Hong Kong: A Comparison Between Offenders, Youth-at-Risk and Students’ (2014) International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 15 pgs.
  • K.K. Cheng, W. H. Chui and Rebecca Ong, ‘Providing Justice for Low-Income Youths: Publicly Funded Lawyers and Youth Clients in Hong Kong’ (2014) Social & Legal Studies 17 pgs.
  • K.K. Cheng, W. H. Chui and Rebecca Ong, ‘Attitudes of the Hong Kong Chinese Public Towards Sex Offending Policies: The Role of Stereotypical Views of Sex Offenders’ (2015) 17(1) Punishment & Society 94-113.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • K.K. Cheng, ‘Providing Justice for Low-Income Youths: Publicly Funded Lawyers and Youth Clients in Hong Kong’ (Paper presented at the 8th Annual Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Monash University, December 2014).
  • K.K. Cheng, ‘Public Approval of Plea Bargaining in Hong Kong: The Effects of Offender Characteristics’ (Paper presented at the Asian Criminological Society 7th Annual Conference, City University of Hong Kong and The Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 2015).

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Rita Cheung, ‘Market Abuse – A New Era of Sentencing Insider Crime’ in Barry Rider (ed), Research Handbook on International Financial Crimes (United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2014) 16 pgs.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Rita Cheung, ‘Insider Trading Sentencing – An Anglo-American Comparison’ (2014) The Journal of Business Law 566-586.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • Company Charges – Company Law Reform in CPD course for lawyers and professionals organized by Professional Learning Institute (2015-05)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Money Laundering and Corporate Sentencing Guideline in The 32nd Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime organized by Cambridge University (2014-09)

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Surabhi Chopra, ‘Introduction’ in S. Chopra and P. Jha (eds), Accountability for Mass Violence in India: Examining the State’s Record (New Delhi, India: Three Essays Collective, 2014).
  • Surabhi Chopra, ‘Compensation and Rehabilitation after Mass Violence’ in S. Chopra and P. Jha (eds), Accountability for Mass Violence in India: Examining the State’s Record (New Delhi, India: Three Essays Collective, 2014).
  • Surabhi Chopra, ‘Accountability of Public Officials for Mass Violence’ in S. Chopra and P. Jha (eds), Accountability for Mass Violence in India: Examining the State’s Record (New Delhi, India: Three Essays Collective, 2014).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Surabhi Chopra, ‘New Asian Welfare Laws: How are India and Indonesia Legislating Socio-economic Rights?’ (Forthcoming 2015) 22(2) Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • D Donald, ‘Law in Regression? Impacts of Quantitative Research on Law and Regulation’ (2015) 2015(2) Columbia Business Law Review 520-612.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • “Law Applicable to Securities Held with Intermediaries: The US Rules and the Convention”, in Conference on the Hague Securities Convention, China and the World organized by Hague Conference on Private International Law (2015-06)
  • “Money, Family, Party: Governing Corporations with Multiple Motivation Matrices”, in The Nature and Governance of the Corporation, organized by the World International Network for Interdisciplinary Research (2015-04)
  • “Law in Regression? Impacts of Quantitative Research on Law and Regulation” (P153974), in International Conference on Business and Social Science organized by Higher Education Forum (2015-03)
  • “Open Questions in CAP 622: A Message to the Courts”, in Symposium on the New Companies Ordinance – First Anniversary Review organized by Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (2015-03)
  • “The G-20 risk-shifting reforms for OTC derivatives: Dangers for IFCs with Small Economies?”, in The Future of Banking and Financial Services Regulation and Implications for Asia and ASEAN organized by Singapore Management University (2015-02)
  • “Hong Kong – Shanghai Stock Connect”, in IFLR Asia Capital Markets Forum organized by International Financial Law Review (2014-12)
  • “Hong Kong’s Public Enforcement Model of Investor Protection” in PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT OF COMPANY LAW AND SECURITIES REGULATION — CHINA AND THE WORLD, organized by Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development and University of Michigan (2014-12)
  • “Beyond Fragmentation: Building a Unified Securities Market, in China (and Asia)”, in Asian Financial Centres’ Development and Regulation: A Comparative Study from Singapore, Hong Kong and Mainland China, organized by The Asian Law Centre of SJTU, the Centre for Asian Legal Studies & the Centre for Banking and Finance Law of NUS (2014-11)
  • “Hong Kong’s Public Enforcement Deterrent against Management Misconduct”, in Directors’ Duties under the New Companies Ordinance – Guidance from Comparable Jurisdictions organized by Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries (2014-10)

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Martin Doris, ‘Digital Content Contracts, the Right of Withdrawal and the Drafting of a Hong Kong Consumer Rights Ordinance’ (2015) 3(1) Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 47-77.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Martin Doris, ‘Review of Maldon and Nottage (eds), Consumer Law and Policy in Australia and New Zealand (Federation Press, 2013)’ (2015) 35(3) Legal Studies 565
  • Martin Doris, ‘Review of Wolff (ed), The New York Convention. A Commentary (2014) 17(2) Vindobona Journal of International Commercial Law and Arbitration 113

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Access to Justice in Hong Kong – A Comparative Reflection’, Distinguished Guest Lecture Series organized by the Faculty of Law, University of Salzburg (June 2015)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Mediating Cross Border Commercial Disputes in Europe’ in Mediation for Cross Border Commercial Disputes organized by the Mediation Institute (May, 2015). Rescheduled to January 15, 2016
  • Martin Doris, The role of the lawyer in domestic and cross border mediation’, IBA/TDM Biennial Symposium on International Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution, Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg, 11-14 June, 2015
  • Martin Doris, ‘Consumer law reform and lessons learnt from Hong Kong’s recent class actions reform initiative’, 2015 Asia Desk Forum organized by the Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives and the University of Victoria. Vancouver, 15-18 April, 2015
  • Martin Doris, ‘International consumer law, online games and app design – who are we protecting?’ 2014 International Forum for Mobile Technology and Applications (IFMTA) organized by the Asia Pacific Association of Technology and Society (APATAS), Hong Kong, 17-18 December, 2014

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bryan H. Druzin, ‘Planting Seeds of Order: How the State can Create, Shape, and Use Customary Law’ (2014) 28 Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law 373.
  • Bryan H. Druzin, ‘Opening the Machinery of Private Order: Public International Law as a Form of Private Ordering’ (2014) 58 Saint Louis University Law Journal 423.
  • Bryan H. Druzin, ‘Anarchy, Order, and Trade: A Structuralist Account of Why a Global Commercial Legal Order is Emerging’ (2014) 47 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 1049.
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Restraining the Hand of Law: A Conceptual Framework to Shrink the Size of Law’ (2014) 117 West Virginia Law Review 100.
  • Bryan H. Druzin and Jessica Li, ‘Myth Meets Reality: Civil Disobedience in the Age of the Internet’ (2015) 55 Virginia Journal of International Law Digest 29.
  • Bryan H. Druzin and Jessica Li, ‘The Power of the Keystroke: Is Social Media the Radical Democratizing Force We’ve Been Led to Believe it is?’ (2015) Harvard Human Rights Journal Online.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • “Sustainable Development in China: An Opportunity for Creative Environmental Governance” invited to present at ‘Consumer Policy in China: New Trends and Challenges’ at the Faculty of Law of the University of Macau, in Macau, China (December 2015)
  • “Understanding the force of Soft Law” presented at the Biennial Conference of the Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL), in Bangkok, Thailand (November 2015)
  • “The Fragility of the Norms that underpin Environmental Cooperation: A Game Theoretic Analysis” invited to present at the ‘International Conference on Cooperation between China and ASIAN States on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage’ at the South China Sea Institute of Xiamen University, in Xiamen, China (November 2015)
  • “Why Soft Law has Influence and how to harness its Power to strengthen International Law” presented at the American Society of International Law Research Forum (ASIL), in Washington DC, United States (October 2015)
  • LEC Workshop for Law Professors on Austrian Law & Economics, at George Mason University, School of Law, in Arlington, United States (October 2015) (as attendee)
  • “The Normative Future of Sustainable Development” invited to present at ‘Sustainable Development and International Law: Current Issues and Future Challenges’ at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law, co-organized by the Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, in Hong Kong, SAR (October 2015)
  •  “Why the Nation-state does not make Sense” invited to present at ‘New Approaches in Social and Humanistic Sciences’ at The Public Institute of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, in Chisinau, Moldova (September 2015)
  • “Our Massive Castles in the Sky: Why the Nation State is Illegitimate” presented at the International Society for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, XXVII World Congress, at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington DC, United States (July 2015)
  • LEC Thirty-First Economics Institute for Law Professors, Henry G. Manne Program in Law & Economics Studies, George Mason University School of Law in Virginia, United States (July 2015) (as attendee)
  • Invited to attend Expert Roundtable on International Investment Law and Sustainable Development at Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II, CRED – Paris Center for Law and Economics, in Paris, France (July 2015)
  • “From Chaos to Cooperation: A Proposal to strengthen International Treaty Compliance” invited to present at the UK-China Comparative Public Law Symposium at Shandong University, in Jinan, China (April 2015)
  • “Fixing the Tragedy in the Tragedy of the Commons” presented at ‘Managing the Globalization of Water Services in a World Affected by Climate Change’ in Hong Kong, SAR (March 2015)
  • Invited to chair the European China Law Studies Association conference (ECLS) 2014 Annual Conference” Making, Enforcing and Accessing the Law,” in Hong Kong, China (November 2014)
  • “The Enhancement of International Trade through Spontaneous Harmonization” invited to present at the2014 UNCITRAL Asia-Pacific Fall Conference “Trade Development through the Harmonization of Commercial Law” in Macau, China (October 2014)
  • “The Rising Tide of Law: The new Lex Maritima and the possibility of stateless Legal Order” invited to present at The Continued Development of Shipping Law: The Role of Arbitration (roundtable) at Queen Mary University London, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, in London, United Kingdom (July 2014)
  • “The parched Earth of Cooperation: Solving the Tragedy of the Commons in Global Water Conservation” invited to present at the Globalization of Water Services International Rules and Challenges at Maastricht University in Brussels, in Brussels, Belgium (June 2014)
  • “From Chaos to Cooperation: A Proposal to strengthen International Treaty Compliance” in UK-China Comparative Public Law Symposium organized by Shandong University (2015-04)
  • “Fixing the Tragedy in the Tragedy of the Commons” in Managing the Globalization of Water Services in a World Affected by Climate Change organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2015-03)
  • Invited to Chair session panel in The European China Law Studies Association conference (ECLS) 2014 Annual Conference Making, Enforcing and Accessing the Law organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2014-11)
  • “The Enhancement of International Trade through Spontaneous Harmonization” in 2014 UNCITRAL Asia-Pacific Fall Conference “Trade Development through the Harmonization of Commercial Law” organized by UNCITRAL / Macau University (2014-10)
  • “The Rising Tide of Law: The new Lex Maritima and the possibility of stateless Legal Order” in The Continued Development of Shipping Law: The Role of Arbitration (roundtable) organized by Queen Mary University London, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, in London, United Kingdom (2014-07)

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Fan Kun, Ruth Stackpool-Moore and Jalal El Ahdab, « Un Point (De Vue) Actual Sur L’Arbitrage en Chine et À Hong Kong: Toujour U n Pays, Deux Systems ?» Revue de l’arbitrage, No. 4, 2014, pp. 1-78
  • Lu Song and Fan Kun, “Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Hong Kong”, Yearbook of Private International Law (2014), vol. 15, pp. 349-363.
  • Fan Kun, “Arbitration of Investment Disputes in Asia: Policy and Practice”, Asian Development Bank Working Paper, 2014.
  • Fan Kun, “An Empirical Study of Arbitrators Acting as Mediators in China”, 15 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution 3 (2014), pp. 777-811.
  • FAN Kun. “Investment Treaty in Asia: Comparison of China, Japan, Korea and Trilateral Treaty”. Asian Development Bank Working Paper Series, 2014.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Fan Kun, “Transparency in International Commercial Arbitration”, (UNCITRAL Emergence Conference on Harmonising Trade Law to Enable Private Sector Regional Development, co-organized by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific and the Faculty of Law, University of Macau, 30 November 2015, Macao).
  • Fan Kun, “Salient Issues in International Commercial Arbitration in East Asia” (Third Symposium on Salient Issues in International Commercial Arbitration, organized by Center on International Commercial Arbitration, the American University Washington College of Law, 17 November 2015, Washington, D.C.).
  • Fan Kun, “Recent Trends in the Types of Disputes in International Arbitration”, (Hong Kong Law Society, 5 November 2015, Hong Kong).
  • Fan Kun, “Culture, Soft Law and Ethics in International Dispute Resolution” (International Dispute Resolution: Diversity Towards Convergence?, co-organized by the ICC International Court of Arbitration and the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, 15-16 October 2015, Krakow). (via video link)
  • Fan Kun, “Expansion of Arbitral Subject Matter: New Topics and New Areas of Law” (The Evolution and Future of International Arbitration: The Next 30 Years, organized by School of International Arbitration, Queen Mary, 19-21 April 2015, London).
  • Fan Kun, “Disputes Involving China: Obstacles and Traps to Watch Out” (Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Summit, organized by Asian Law, 18 September 2014, Hong Kong).
  • Fan Kun, “Arbitration as a Bridge of Cross-Cultural Differences — A Cultural Perspective” (Towards a Theory of Arbitration: A Decentering Approach to Globalization, co-hosted by the Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong and Harvard Yenching Institute, 27-28 June 2014, Hong Kong).
  • Joanna Jemielniak and Fan Kun “Ethnographic Methods in the Study of Hybrid Proceedings in Arbitration”, (Study of Behavior in Extrajudicial Dispute Resolution, at the Law and Society Annual Conference, 31 May 2014, Minneapolis).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Steven Gallagher and Michael Ramsden (eds), The Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong: Landlord and Tenant (Consolidation) Ordinance (Cap 7), (LexisNexis: September 2014)

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Steven Gallagher, ‘Confusing Criminal and Civil Law: When May a Hospital Refuse to Release a Dead Body?’ (2014) 22 The Journal of Law & Medicine 387- 397.
  • Steven Gallagher, ‘Placing Your Trust: A Comparison of Special Trusts Jurisdictions’ (2014) China Business Law Journal 5(8) 51-57.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS/ CONFERENCE PAPERS

    • “Protecting the Underwater Cultural Heritage in the waters surrounding Hong Kong”. The Asia-Pacific Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage, Honolulu, Hawaii, 15 May 2014.

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    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Gregory Gordon, ‘Speech Along The Atrocity Spectrum’ (2014) 42(2) Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 425-456.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Gregory Gordon, ‘The Hong Kong Election Crisis and International Law’ (Paper presented at the Kentucky Bar Association Annual Convention, Kentucky Bar Association, USA, June 2015) 1-50 pgs.

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS

    • Gregory Gordon, ‘Review Essay of Hong Kong’s War Crimes Trials’ (2014) 15(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 560-579.
    • Gregory Gordon, ‘Seselj’s Provisional Release: Hate Speech, International Criminal Procedure and Transitional Justice’ (2015) JURIST 1-3.
    • Gregory Gordon, ‘Aaron Hernandez, OJ Simpson and the Evolution of Justice for the NFL?’ (2015)  JURIST 1-3.

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • The Hong Kong Election Crisis and International Law in Kentucky Bar Association Annual Convention organized by Kentucky Bar Association (2015-06)
    • The Legal Framework for the Crime of Incitement to Genocide in Contextualizing the Tutsi Genocide with the Current Ezidi Crisis organized by American University Duhoc Kurdistan (2015-04)
    • Incitement and the Charlie Hebdo Massacre in The Charlie Hebdo Massacre and Issues of Free Speech organized by Charlston School of Law (2015-03)
    • The Oriental Pre-Birth of International Criminal Law in CUHK Law Research Seminar organized by CUHK Faculty of Law (2015-02)
    • Preventing and Responding to Incitement to Violence in Preventing Genocide and Other Atrocity Crimes: Challenges in Today’s World organized by International Nuremberg Principles Academy (2014-12)
    • The Oriental Pre-Birth of International Criminal Law in The Historical Origins of International Criminal Law organized by Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law – New Delhi, India (2014-11)
    • Responsibility to Protect in Jan Karski Conference: Memory and Responsibility organized by Loyola University Chicago (2014-09)
    • Speech, Violence Prevention, Genocide and the Politics of Denial in International Association of Genocide Scholars Eleventh Conference organized by International Association of Genocide Scholars (2014-07)
    • A Proposed Optional Protocol to the Genocide Convention in International Association of Genocide Scholars Eleventh Conference organized by International Association of Genocide Scholars (2014-07)

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    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Stephen Hall, Foundations of International Law (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 2nd ed, 2014) 843 pgs.
    • Stephen Hall, Halsbury’s Laws of Hong Kong: Vol. 18, Contract (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: LexisNexis, 2nd ed., 2015) 930 pgs.
    • Stephen Hall, Law of Contract in Hong Kong: Cases and Commentary (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR: LexisNexis, 4th ed., 2015) 972 pgs.

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS

    • Stephen Hall, ‘International Law can Provide Answers to Vital Questions about Flight MH17’, ‘Insight’ opinion article, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR), 22 July 2014.
    • Stephen Hall, ‘Beijing’s Patriotism Test Finds No Support in the Basic Law’, ‘Insight’ opinion article,  South China Morning Post (Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR), 23 February 2015.

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    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘”Jones-ing” for a Solution: Commercial Street Surveillance and Privacy Torts in Canada’ (2014) 3(3) Laws 388.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘Unforeseen Risks of the Right to be Forgotten’ (Paper presented at the Symposium on Privacy in Greater China, Law and Technology Center, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 28 November 2014) 10 pgs.
    • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘Gendered Surveillance & the Digital Replication of the Male Gaze’ (Presented at XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, 16 July 2014).

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • The Right to Be Forgotten in Symposium on Privacy in Greater China organized by Faculty of Law, HKU (2014-11)
    • Gendered Surveillance and the Digital Replication of the Male Gaze in XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama organized by ISA (2014-07)

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    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Hui Huang, Securities and Capital Markets Law in China (Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press Inc., 1st ed, 2014) 362 pgs.
    • Hui Huang (ed), Institutional Structure of Financial Regulation: Fundamental Theories and International Experiences (London, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2015) 262 pgs.
    • Hui Huang (ed), Institutional Structure of Financial Regulation: Fundamental Theories and International Experiences (London, United Kingdom: Routledge, 1se ed, 2015) 280 pgs.

    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Hui Huang, ‘Securities Regulation in the People’s Republic of China’ in Gordon R. Walker (ed), International Securities Regulation Pacic Rim (US: Thomas Reuters, 2014) 199.
    • Hui Huang, ‘Institutional structure of financial regulation in China: Where is it now and where is it heading?’ in Dirk Schoenmaker and Hui Huang (ed), Institutional Structure of Financial Regulation: Theories and International Experiences (United Kingdom: Routledge, 1st ed, 2015) 232-259.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Hui Huang, ‘Empirical Study on Shareholder Derivative Suits in China’ (2014) 16 Renda Falv Pinglun (Renmin University Law Review) 232-265.
    • Hui Huang, ‘中国证券虚假陈述民事赔偿制度十年回顾’ (2014) 证券时报.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Hui Huang, ‘The Regulation of Securities Offerings in China: Reconsidering the Merit Review Element in light of the Global Financial Crisis’ (Paper presented at the Conference on Comparative Enforcement of Corporate and Securities Laws in Asia, SMU, Centre for Cross Border Commercial Law in Asia and Singapore Academy of Law, 24 July 2014) 32 pgs.
    • Hui Huang, ‘中国证券投资者民事赔偿制度:现状与未来’ (Presented at 中国证券法研究会年会, China, 25 April 2015) 12 pgs.

    KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

    • Private Civil Securities Litigation in China: Past, Present and Future in Private Civil Securities Litigation in China: Past, Present and Future organized by College of International Financial Law, East China University of Politics and Law (2015-05)
    • Self-regulation of Corporate Affairs in 2015 Annual Conference of Guangdong Civil and Commercial Law Society organized by Guangdong Civil and Commercial Law Society (2014-11)
    • China’s 2013 Reform of Legal Capital Regime: A Law and Economics Perspective in China’s 2013
    • Reform of Legal Capital Regime: A Law and Economics Perspective organized by Faculty of Law, Jinan University (2014-11)

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

    • The Regulation of Internet Finance in China in Financial Regulatory Reforms in the Context of China’s Free Trade Zone Policy organized by China Society of International Economic Law (2015-05)
    • Enforcement Strategies of Investor Protection in China in Annual Conference of China Securities Law Society organized by China Securities Law Society (2015-04)
    • Financial Dispute Resolution Mechanims in China’s Free Trade Zone Policy and Legal Issues organized by Macao University (2015-03)
    • The Evolution of Corporate Legal Capital Regime in China in Annual Conference of China Commercial Law Society organized by China Commercial Law Society (2014-10)
    • The Regulation of Securities Offerings in China: Reconsidering the Merit Review Element in Light of the Global Financial Crisis in Comparative Enforcement of Corporate and Securities Laws in Asia organized by Centre for Cross Border Commercial Law in Asia, Singapore Management University, and Singapore Academy of Law (2014-07)

    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Eric C. Ip, Law and Justice in Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR: Sweet & Maxwell, 1st ed, 2014) 376 pgs.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Eric C. Ip, ‘The High Court of the People: Popular Constitutionalism in Hong Kong under Chinese Sovereignty’ (2014) 36(3) Law & Policy 314-338.
    • Eric C. Ip, ‘Mapping Parliamentary Law and Practice in Hong Kong’ (2014) 3(1) Chinese Journal of Comparative Law 997.
    • Eric C. Ip, ‘Constitutional Competition Between the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal and the Chinese National People’s Congress Standing Committee: A Game Theory Perspective’ (2014) 39(4) Law and Social Inquiry 824.
    • Eric C. Ip, ‘Doctrinal Antithesis in Anglo-American Administrative Law’ (2015) 22(1) Supreme Court Economic Review 147.
    • Eric C. Ip, ‘The Constitution of Economic Liberty in Hong Kong’ (2015) 26(3) Constitutional Political Economy 307.
    • Eric C. Ip, “Taking a ‘Hard Look’ at ‘Irrationality’: Substantive Review of Administrative Discretion in the US and UK Supreme Courts” (2014) 34 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 481.
    • Eric C. Ip, ‘The Democratic Foundations of Judicial Review Under Authoritarianism: Theory and Evidence from Hong Kong’ (2014) 12 International Journal of Constitutional Law 330.
    • Eric C. Ip, ‘Kong Yunming Manifest Unreasonableness: The Doctrinal Future of Constitutional Review of Welfare Policy in Hong Kong’ (2014) 44 Hong Kong Law Journal 55.
    • Eric C. Ip, ‘The Judicial Review of Legislation in the United Kingdom: A Public Choice Analysis’ (2014) 37 European Journal of Law and Economics 221.

    KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

    • The Constitution of Economic Liberty in Hong Kong in Rights Talk organized by Centre for Comparative and Public Law, The University of Hong Kong (2014-09)

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • The Constitutional Foundations of Customary Law in Hong Kong in Chinese Customary Law in Hong Kong organized by Centre for Rights and Justice, Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2015-03)

    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Nina H.B. Jørgensen and Danny Friedmann, ‘Enforced Prostitution in International Law Through the Prism of the Dutch Temporary Courts Martial at Batavia’ in Morten Bergsmo, Wui Ling Cheah and Ping Yi (eds), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 2 (Oslo, Norway: TOAEP, 2014) 331-354.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Nina H.B. Jørgensen, ‘State Responsibility for Aiding or Assisting International Crimes in the Context of the Arms Trade Treaty’ (2014) 108(4) American Journal of International Law 722-749.

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • Domestic incorporation of international criminal procedure in ASIL conference, Panel on the National Impact of the International Criminal Court organized by American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, (Washington DC). (2015-04)

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    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Non-profits in the Commons Economy’ in Matthew David and Debora Halbert (eds), The SAGE Handbook of Intellectual Property (London, United Kingdom: SAGE Publications Ltd., 1st ed, 2014) 335-354.
    • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Deconstructing the Legal Structure of ISP Safe Harbor’ in Kung-Chung Liu (eds), Comprehensive Review of Copyright Law under International Comparison (Taipei, Taiwan: Academia Sinica, 1st, 2014) 451-490
    • Chung-lun Shen and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Review of Granted Compulsory Licenses’ in Reto M. Hilty & Kung-Chung Liu (eds), Compulsory Licensing: Practical Experiences and Ways Forward (Berlin Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag, 1st ed, 2015) 291-309.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Jyh-An Lee, ‘The Red Strom in Uncharted Waters: China and International Cybersecurity’ (2014) 82(4) UMKC Law Review 951-966.
    • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Gene Patents in the Aftermath of AMP v. Myriad Genetics, Inc.’ (2014) 12(2) NCCU Intellectual Property Review 1-46
    • Jyh-An Lee and Thomas Mehaffy, ‘Prior Rights in the Chinese Trademark Law’ (2015) 37(10) European Intellectual Property Review 673-678.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Jyh-An Lee, ‘The Mechanics of Copyright Safe Harbor Sluice’ (Paper presented at The Sixth Cross- Strait Copyright Conference: Copyright Law in the Convergence of Traditional and New Media, Intellectual Property School, Peking University, 13 December 2014).
    • Jyh-An Lee, and Ching-yi Liu, ‘Real-Name Registration Rules and the Fading Digital Anonymity in China’ in Eric Goldman (ed) (Paper presented at Fifth Annual Internet Law Works-in-Progress Conference, Santa Clara, Santa Clara Law School, 7 March 2015).
    • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Overlapping Rights in Different Business Models’ (Paper presented at the The Sixth Euro-Asia IP Conference—Exploring Sensible Mechanisms of Paying for Copyright, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Academia Sinica, Taipei, 11 June 2015).

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    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Luke Marsh and Michael Ramsden (eds), The Hong Kong Anti-Money Laundering Ordinances: Commentary and Annotation (Asia: Sweet and Maxwell, 1st ed, 2014) 400 pgs.
    • Luke Marsh and Mike McConville (eds), Criminal Judges: Legitimacy, Courts and State-Induced Guilty Pleas in Britain (Edward Elgar, 2014).

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Luke Marsh, ‘Review of Daniel Newman, Legal Aid Lawyers and the Quest for Justice, Hart Publishing (Oxford, 2013)’ (2014) 18 International Journal of Evidence and Proof 282-285.
    • Luke Marsh, ‘All the King’s Men, Police Powers and the Reining in of Liberty’ (Vathek Publishing, 2014) 78(4) Journal of Criminal Law 300-08.
    • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Same-Sex Marriage in Hong Kong: The Case for a Constitutional Right’ (Routledge, 2015) 19(1) The International Journal of Human Rights 90-103.
    • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Reflections on a High School Mooting Competition: Bridging the Gap Between Secondary and Tertiary Education’ (Routledge, 2015) The Law Teacher.
    • Luke Marsh and Michael James Mcconville, ‘Adversarialism Goes West: Case Management in Criminal Courts’ (2015) 19(3) International Journal of Evidence and Proof 172-189.

    CONFERENCE PAPER

    • MARSH Luke and MCCONVILLE Michael James. “The Political Role of Judges: Justice Putting Just on Ice.”. 2014 Society of Legal Scholars Conference pp.1-18. 2014.09.01.

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • The Political Role of Judges: Justice putting Just on Ice in 2014 Society for Legal Scholars Annual Conference organized by Society for Legal Scholars (University of Nottingham) (2014-09)
    • Assessing the justiciability of socio-economic rights in Hong Kong in the particular context of refugee protection in Public Seminar organized by Auckland Law School, New Zealand (convenor: Marcus Roberts) (2014-08)
    • Developing a Public Interest Law Clinic Culture: A Hong Kong Perspective in 12th International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference organized by Northumbria University, UK and Palacký University, Olomouc, the Czech Republic (2014-07)

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    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • C. L. Lim and Bryan Mercurio (eds), International Economic Law after the Global Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 557 pgs.

    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Bryan Mercurio, ‘ACTA: Anatomy of a Failed Agreement’ in Pedro Roffe and Xavier Seuba (eds), The ACTA and the Plurilateral Enforcement Agenda: Genesis and Aftermath (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 1st ed, 2014) 329-337.
    • C. L. Lim and Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Fragmented Disciplines of International Economic Law after the Global Financial and Economic Crisis: An Introduction’ in C. L. Lim and Bryan Mercurio (eds), International Economic Law after the Global Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 1-30.
    • Bryan Mercurio, ‘China, Intellectual Property and the WTO: Challenging but not a Challenge to the Existing Legal Order’ in Lisa Toohey, Colin B. Picker and Jonathan Greenacre (eds), China in the International Economic Order: New Directions And Changing Paradigms (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 293-317.
    • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement: Less Harmonization, Further Fragmentation’ in C. L. Lim and Bryan Mercurio (eds), International Economic Law after the Global Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 406-426.
    • C. L. Lim and Bryan Mercurio, ‘Conclusion: Beyond Fragmentation?’ in C. L. Lim and Bryan Mercurio (eds), International Economic Law after the Global Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, 2015) 521-536.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Bryan Mercurio, ‘International Investment Agreements and Public Health: Neutralizing a Threat through Treaty Drafting’ (2014) 92(7) Bulletin of the World Health Organization 520-525.
    • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Staying Engaged on Every Front: Australia’s Trade Policy Strategy’, The Conversation Online Forum (Sydney, Australia),15 October 2014.
    • Bryan Mercurio, ‘How US Support for Taiwan TPP Entry can Foster Democracy’, Hong Kong Economic Journal (online), 19 November 2014.
    • Bryan Mercurio, ‘The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Suddenly a ‘Game Changer” (2014) 37(11) The World Economy 1558-1574.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Bryan Mercurio, ‘TRIPS and Innovation: A Necessary Reappraisal?’ in Pedro Roffe (ed) (Paper presented at International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, Geneva, Switzerland, 1 November 2014) 1-15.

    KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

    • Switzerland-China Free Trade Agreement: Summarizing the Potential Benefits to Traders in oint Monthly Luncheon of the Swiss Association & Swiss Chamber of Commerce organized by Swiss Association & Swiss Chamber of Commerce (2015-04)

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • Unforeseen Developments: Time to End the Debate in 2015 Seoul International Forum on Trade Remedies organized by World Trade Organization and Korea Trade Commission (2015-06)
    • Safeguards and the Importance of Dominican Republic–Safeguards on Bags and Fabric in 2015 International Conference on Trade Remedy System organized by International Society of Fair Trade and Seoul National University (2015-06)
    • Critical Analysis of the Trans Pacific Partnership: A Reply to Professor Raj Bhala in AIIFL Lunchtime Seminar Series organized by Asian Institute of International Financial Law, University of Hong Kong (2015-05)
    • Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Clean Water: Friends, Foes or Something in Between in Managing the Globalization of Sanitation and Water Services: ‘Blue Gold’ Regulatory and Economic Challenge organized by Chinese University of Hong Kong / World Universities Network (2015-03)
    • Amending the TRIPS Agreement to Promote Innovation: What if in HKIPD IP Forum 2015: Patent and Innovation: Worldwide Patent Law Reform and Hong Kong’s Response organized by HKU Law & Technology Center, HKU Technology Transfer Office and the HKSAR Intellectual Property Department (2015-01)
    • Intellectual Property and Innovation in Green Technologies: update on work in WTO TRIPS Council in WTO Regional Workshop on Intellectual Property and its Role in the Generation and Diffusion of Green Technologies organized by World Trade Organization (2014-11)
    • Intellectual Property Rights, International Investment Agreements and Health: Be Alert but not Alarmed in Mega-Regionals and the Future of International Trade and Investment Law organized by Technische Universitat Dresden (2014-10)
    • Patents and TRIPS: Does TRIPS encourage innovation in International Economic Law Works-in- Progress Workshop organized by US-Canada Law Institute and the University of Western Ontario (2014-09)
    • Australia’s Trade Policy Agenda in Ten years since the Australia–US Free Trade Agreement: Where to for Australia’s Trade Policy organized by University of New South Wales and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (2014-09)

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • D Panditaratne, ‘The Criminalization of Same-Sex Relations in Asia: The Significance of Socio-Cultural Factors Impeding Legal Reform’ (Paper presented at Association of American Law Schools, Washington DC, United States of America, 3 January 2015.

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    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Luke Marsh and Michael Ramsden (eds), The Hong Kong Anti-Money Laundering Ordinances: Commentary and Annotation (Asia: Sweet and Maxwell, 1st ed, 2014) 400 pgs.
    • Michael Ramsden and Steven Gallagher (eds), Landlord and Tenant Ordinance (Cap 7), in Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong (Hong Kong: Lexis Nexis Butterworths, 2014).
    • Michael Ramsden and Kemal Bokhary (eds), ‘Misfeasance in Public Office’, in Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 3rd ed, 2014).
    • Michael Ramsden and Kemal Bokhary (eds), ‘Trespass to Land’, in Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong. Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 3rd ed, 2014).

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Same-Sex Marriage in Hong Kong: The Case for a Constitutional Right’ (Routledge, 2015) 19(1) The International Journal of Human Rights, 90-103.
    • Michael Ramsden, ‘Reasonable Grounds to Believe: An Unreasonably Unclear Threshold in the ICC Statute’ (Oxford University Press, 2015) 13(3) Journal of International Criminal Justice 555.
    • Michael Ramsden and Luke Marsh, ‘Reflections on a High School Mooting Competition: Bridging the Gap Between Secondary and Tertiary Education’ (Routledge, 2015) The Law Teacher.

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • ‘The Development of a Public Interest Culture in Hong Kong’ in 8th International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference, Olomouc, Czech Republic organized by Northumbria University (2014-07)

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    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Anne Scully-Hill and Katherine Lynch (eds), International Perspectives on Child Custody: Collected Essays on Parental Responsibility & Child Dispute Resolution (Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2015).

    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Anne Scully-Hill and Sharon Melloy, ‘Custody Orders in Hong Kong: Fact & Fiction’ in Katherine Lynch & Anne Scully-Hill (eds), International Perspectives on Child Custody: Collected Essays on Parental Responsibility & Child Dispute Resolution (Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2015).
    • Anne Scully-Hill, ‘International Perspectives on Child Custody: Collected Essays on Parental Responsibility & Child Dispute Resolution: Themes & Trends’ in Katherine Lynch & Anne Scully-Hill (eds), International Perspectives on Child Custody: Collected Essays on Parental Responsibility & Child Dispute Resolution (Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2015).
    • Anne Scully-Hill, ‘The Hong Kong Government, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and the Disagreement over the Need for a Children’s Commissioner for Hong Kong: Conflicting Perspectives on How Best to Implement Children’s Rights’ in Katherine Lynch & Anne Scully-Hill  (eds), International Perspectives on Child Protection: Collected Essays (Hong Kong SAR: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2015).

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Swati Jhaveri and Anne Scully-Hill, ‘Executive and Legislative Reactions to Judicial Declarations of Constitutional Invalidity in Hong Kong: Engagement, Acceptance or Avoidance?’ (2015) 13(2) International Journal of Constitutional Law 507-529.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Anne Scully-Hill, ‘Article 12 and a Children’s Commissioner for Hong Kong?’ (Paper presented at International Conference 25 Years CRC, Leiden University, 18 November 2014).
    • Anne Scully-Hill, ‘The Ties That Bind: Ceremony & Acceptance?’ (Paper presented at Chinese Customary Family Law Seminar Series, 6 February 2015) 23.

    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Kirsten Sellars, ‘Crimes against Peace’ and International Law (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2015, pbk) 340 pp.

    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Kirsten Sellars, ‘Trying The Kaiser: The Origins of International Criminal Law’ in Morten Bergsmo, Wui Ling Cheah and Ping Yi (eds), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1 (Brussels, Belgium: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher Brussels, 1st ed, 2014) 195-211.
    • Kirsten Sellars, ‘Founding Nuremberg: Innovation and Orthodoxy at the 1945 London Conference’ in Morten Bergsmo, Wui Ling Cheah and Ping Yi (eds), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1 (Brussels, Belgium: Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher Brussels, 1st ed, 2014) 541-562.

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • ‘Another Meaning of Treason: The Legacy of the Red Fort Trials in International Law’ at the Faculty of Law research workshop series, Chinese University of Hong Kong (2015-02)
    • ‘The Influence of the Red Fort Trials on International Law’ at the ‘Asia in Bengal, Bengal in Asia: 1900 to the Present’ conference, Netaji Research Bureau, Kolkata (2015-01)
    • ‘Hermann Jahhreiß, Takayanagi Kenzo, and the Crimes against Peace Charge’ (http://papers.ssrn.com) at the ‘The Defence in International Criminal Courts’ conference, International Research and Documentation Centre on War Crimes Trials, Philipps-Universität Marburg (2014-12)
    • ‘Another Meaning of Treason’ (http://papers.ssrn.com) at the ‘Rethinking Justice: Decolonization, Cold War, and War Crimes Trials’ conference, East-West Cluster of Excellence, University of Heidelberg (2014-10)

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    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • Lead Discussant in Conference on water services organized by Julien Chaisse CUHK (2015-03) Rawls rejected, ignored, and radicalized – debating procedural justice in China in Justice: The China Experience organized by ANU COLLEGE OF ASIA & THE PACIFIC (2014-07)

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS

    • Samuli Seppänen, ‘Ideological Renewal and Nostalgia in China’s “Avant-Garde” Legal Scholarship’, 13 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 83-125 (2014).

    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Stephen Thomson, The Nobile Officium: The Extraordinary Equitable Jurisdiction of the Supreme Courts of Scotland (Edinburgh, United Kingdom: Avizandum Publishing Ltd, 2015) 300 pgs.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Stephen Thomson, ‘The Nobile Officium in Civil Jurisdiction: An Outline of Equitable Gap-Filling in Scotland’ (2014) 29 Tulane European and Civil Law Forum 125-146.
    • Stephen Thomson, ‘Mixed Jurisdiction and the Scottish Legal Tradition: Reconsidering the Concept of Mixture’ (2015) 7(1) Journal of Civil Law Studies 51-91.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Stephen Thomson, ‘Judicial Perception and Treatment of Scottish and English Jurisprudence: A Case Study of Mixed Pedigree of Sources in Scots Judicial Review’ (Paper presented at the Fourth Worldwide Congress of the World Society of Mixed Jurisdiction Jurists, World Society of Mixed Jurisdiction Jurists & McGill University, Montreal, Canada, June 2015) 15 pgs.

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS

    • Stephen Thomson, ‘The Nobile Officium: Principles and Practice’ (Speech delivered at the Supreme Courts of Scotland, June 2015).

    KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

    • The Nobile Officium: Principles and Practice in The Nobile Officium: Principles and Practice organized by Terra Firma Chambers / Faculty of Advocates, United Kingdom (2015-06)

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • Judicial Perception and Treatment of Scottish and English Jurisprudence: A Case Study of Mixed Pedigree of Sources in Scots Judicial Review in Fourth Worldwide Congress of the World Society of Mixed Jurisdiction Jurists organized by McGill University (Montreal, Canada) / World Society of Mixed Jurisdiction Jurists (2015-06)

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    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • King Fung Tsang, ‘Applicable Law in Piercing the Corporate Veil in the United States: A Choice with No Choice’ (2014) 10(2) Journal of Private International Law 227-264.

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • Piercing Corporate Veil of Foreign Corporations in the United States: The Jurisdiction and Enforcement Perspectives in The 4th Mid-Atlantic SJD Roundtable organized by Georgetown University (2014-12)

    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig, Economic Relations between Australia and the European Union: Law and Policy (Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2014) i-xxxviii, 1-341.

    BOOK CHAPTERS

    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig and Erik Mitbrodt, ‘Agricultural Trade and Economic Development: Contradictions and Incongruities between Law and Policy’ in David A. Deese (ed), Handbook of the International Political Economy of Trade (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014) 174-198.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • The Hon Justice Susan Kiefel AC, a Justice of the High Court of Australia, and Gonzalo Villalta Puig, ‘The Constitutionalisation of Free Trade by the High Court of Australia and the Court of Justice of the European Union’ (2014) 3(1) Global Journal of Comparative Law 34-49.
    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig and Tsun Tat Lee, ‘Problems with the ASEAN Free Trade Area Dispute Settlement Mechanism and Solutions for the ASEAN Economic Community’ (2015) 49(2) Journal of World Trade  277-308.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig, ‘Dispute Settlement in the ASEAN Free Trade Area: A Case for Arbitration’ (Paper presented at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Asia-Pacific 2014 Fall Conference, Macau, 18 October 2014) 20.
    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig, ‘Linkages and Controversies in New Generation Trade and Investment Agreements’ (Paper presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association, Hong Kong, 7 May 2015) 18.

    KEYNOTE/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig, ‘Good Governance: For People’s Sake’ (Paper presented at the 7th Global Economic Symposium, Kuala Lumpur, 8 September 2014) 8.
    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig, ‘Harmonising Commercial Law and Commercial Norms’ (Paper presented at the 2014 Annual International Conference on Law, Policy and Social Justice: ‘Harmonising Law and Social Norms’, Penang, 10 September 2014) 27.
    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig, ‘Investment Protection and Investor-to-State Dispute Settlement in Economic Integration Agreements’ (Paper presented at the Department of Justice, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, 16 January 2015) 16.
    • Gonzalo Villalta Puig, ‘WTO-plus SPS and TBT Provisions in Hong Kong’s PTAs’ (Paper presented at the Department of Justice, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, 17 April 2015) 18.

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    SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

    • Lutz-Christian Wolff, Mergers & Acquisitions in China: Law and Practice (Hong Kong, China: CCH Hong Kong Ltd., 5th ed, 2015) 835 pgs.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Chinese Outbound Investments in the Food Sector: Hungry for Much More!’ (2014) 69(3) Food and Drug Law Journal 399-428.
    • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Flexible Choice-of -Law Rules: Panacea or Oxymoron?’ (2014) 10(3) Journal of Private International Law 431-459.

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS

    • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘PRC Foreign Investment Law: Trick or Treat?’ (2015) 2 GC.comm Commerce and Communication to the Point 5-7.
    • Lutz-Christian Wolff ‘Cultivating a Deeper Understanding’ South China Morning Post – Postgraduate Guide 8 (Hong Kong, 11 November 2014) 10 pgs.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘M&A in China 2015′ (CPD Seminar, Kornerstone, Hong Kong, January 2015).
    • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ’35 Years of Chinese Foreign Investment Law: Facts, Trends, Stories’ (Speech delivered at the Wei Lun Professorship Inaugural Lecture, January 2015).

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    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Chao Xi, ‘Why Has Basel III Become Hard Law for China? The Domestic Political Economy of International Financial Law’ in Ross Buckley, Douglas Arner and Avgouleas Emilios (eds), Rethinking Global Finance and Its Regulation (Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming 2015) .
    • Chao Xi, ‘From Rule-Taker to Rule-Maker: China and International Banking Regulation’ in Friedl Weiss and Kammel Armin (eds), The Changing Landscape of Global Financial Governance and the Role of Soft Law (Brill, 2015) 312-336.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Chao Xi, ‘Domestic Politics as International Norms: China’s Changing Roles in International Banking Regulation’ (2014) 30 Banking and Finance Law Review 69-88.
    • Chao Xi and Yugang Chen, ‘Does Cumulative Voting Matter? The Case of China: An Empirical Assessment’ (2014) 15 European Business Organization Law Review 585-613.
    • Chao Xi, ‘The Political Economy of Cumulative Voting: The Case of China’ (2014) 14 The Asian Business Lawyer 61-80.
    • Chao Xi, ‘The Political Economy of Takeover Regulation: What Does the Mandatory Bid Rule in China Tell Us?’ (2015) 58 The Journal of Business Law 142-164.

    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Yan Xu, ‘Features of Hong Kong Tax Law and The Application of GAAR in Combating Tax Avoidance’ in Zhengwen Shi (ed), China Tax Law Review (Beijing, 2014)215-244.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Yan Xu and Bill Butcher, ‘Chinese Cooperatives and Environmental Social Responsibility’ (2014) 47(4) Journal of the Chinese Economy 63-80.
    • Yan Xu, ‘Key Questions Regarding Chinese Tax Law’ (2014) 76(12) Tax Notes International 1111-1113.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Yan Xu, ‘A Historical Account of Taxes on Goods and Services in Post-Socialist China’ (Paper presented at the Cambridge Faculty of Law History of Tax Law Conference, Cambridge Faculty of Law Centre for Tax Law, 1 July 2014).
    • Yan Xu, ‘Facing the Dilemma: Who Cares about Environmental Taxes’ (Paper presented at the 15th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, GCET Committee and Aarhus University, Copenhagen, Denmark, 24 September 2014).
    • Yan Xu, ‘Environmental Challenges and the Tax Solution: The Chinese Case’ (Paper presented at Brownbag Lecture on Environmental Taxation in China, Western Michigan University Timothy Light Center for Chinese Studies, 13 November 2014).
    • Yan Xu, ‘Enduring Echoes in a Changing Landscape: History of China’s Land Tax’ (Paper presented at Keynote Lecture on the History of Chinese Tax Law, Western Michigan University Timothy Light Center for Chinese Studies, 13 November 2014).
    • Yan Xu, ‘The Divergent Path Towards Representative Government and the Rule of Law: The Role of Taxation’ (Paper presented at Georgetown Law Centre Tax Law Scholars Forum, 20 March 2015).
    • Yan Xu, ‘The Legality and Rationale of Taxation of Non-resident Taxpayers: The Case of China’ (Paper presented at Lecture on International Taxation Law, Michigan Law School, 2 April 2015).
    • Yan Xu, ‘The Implication of Taxation and Tax Reforms on Government Structures and Legal Principles’ (Paper presented at Columbia Law School Legal Research Workshop, 21 April 2015) 20.

    KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

    • The Regulatory Framework of Environmentally  Related Tax and Charge System in China in Columbia Earth Institute Beijing Week organized by Columbia Earth Institute (2015-06 to 2015-07)
    • Enduring Echoes in a Changing Landscape: History  of China’s Land Tax in Invited Public Lecture organized by Western Michigan University Timothy Light Center for Chinese Studies (2014-11)
    • Environmental Challenges and the Tax Solution: the Chinese Case in Invited Brown Bag Lecture organized by Western Michigan University Timothy Light Center for Chinese Studies (2014-11)

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    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Abatement of Emissions for a Sustainable Future: Revisiting the Carbon Tax in China’ (Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd , 2014) Environmental Taxation and Green Fiscal Reform 202-214.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Environmental Inspection in China’ (Paper presented at the Third EELF Conference on the Effectiveness of Environmental Law, Aix Marseille University, France, 2 September 2015) 15 pgs.
    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Renewable Energy for Climate Change Mitigation’ (Paper presented at the 16th Global Conference on Environmental Taxation, Green Fiscal Reform: Protecting Our Natural Resources for a Sustainable Future, University Technology Sydney, Australia, 23 September 2015) 18 pgs.
    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Law and Policy Incentives for Renewable Energy in China’ ( Paper presented at the Symposium on Implementing International Law on Climate Change, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge and Centre for International Sustainable Development Law, 28 November 2015) 16 pgs.
    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Environmental Adjudication in China’ (Paper presented at the 14th Annual Colloquium of the IUCN Academy of Environmental Law on the Environment in Court: Environmental Protection in National and International Courts, Tribunals and Compliance Mechanisms, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, Norway, 20 June 2016) 15 pgs.

    KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

    • Climate Change and Renewable Energy: Chinese Perspectives and Policies in Climate Change and Renewable Energy: Chinese Perspectives and Policies organized by Centre for Asian and Pacific Law (CAPLUS) and China Studies Centre, University of Sydney, Australia, Australia (2016-05)

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Cleaner Energy for Sustainable Development – The Beijing Strategy’ (Paper presented at 12th IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium on Energy for a Fair Society in a Safe Planet, Universitat Rovira I Virgili, Tarragona, Spain, 2 July 2014) 16 pgs.
    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Regulating Carbon Emissions Trading – From Local Schemes to National Market’ (Paper presented at the ECLS Annual Conference on Making, Enforcing and Accessing the Law, ECLS and Faculty of Law, CUHK, 15 November 2014) 15 pgs.
    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Climate Change Law and Policy: Will China Lead?’ (Paper presented at the International Conference on Environment, Energy and Law in the Climate Change Era, Soongsil University College of Law, Seoul, 26 November 2014) 15 pgs.
    • Yuhong Zhao, ‘Climate Change and the New Challenge for China’ (Paper presented at the 12th ASLI Conference on Law 2.0: New Challenges in Asia, ASLI and National Taiwan University, Taipei, 21 May 2015) 18 pgs.

    BOOKS CHAPTERS

    • Mimi Zou, ‘Hyper-Dependence and Hyper-Precarity in Migrant Work Relations’ in Tindara Addabbo, William Bromwich, Tommaso Fabbri and Iacopo Senatori (eds), Labour and Social Rights. An Evolving Scenario. Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference in Commemoration of Marco Biagi (Torino: G. Giappichelli Editore, 1st ed, 2015) 255-284.
    • Mimi Zou, ‘The Legal Construction of Precarious Migrant Work Relations: A Study of Australia’s 457-visa Scheme’ in Massimo Pilati, Hina Sheikh, Francesca Sperotti and Chris Tilly (eds), How Global Migration Changes the Workforce Diversity Equation (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 1st ed, 2015) 451-482.

    JOURNAL ARTICLES

    • Mimi Zou, ‘The Coming of Age: Mandatory Retirement and Age Discrimination Law’ (2015) Hong Kong Lawyer Feature Article.
    • Mimi Zou, ‘The Legal Construction of Hyper-Dependence and Hyper-Precarity in Migrant Work Relations’ (2015) 31(2) The International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations  141-162.
    • Mimi Zou, ‘Immigration Law as Labour Market Regulation: Temporary Migration Status and Migrant Work Relations’ (2015) 1 Mondi Migranti 43-64.

    CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

    • Mimi Zou, ‘Labour Rights with Chinese Characteristics?’ (Paper presented at World Social Sciences and Humanities Network International Research Seminar on Towards a Cross-Cultural Human Rights Dialogue, Peking University Law School, 22-23 September 2014).
    • Mimi Zou, ‘The Bonfire of the Illegalities: Will China’s New Immigration Law Combat Illegal Entry, Illegal Residence and Illegal Work?’ (Paper presented at European China Law Studies Association Annual Conference Hong Kong, 15 November 2014).
    • Mimi Zou, ‘Legal Issues of Disclosure and Consent’ (Paper presented at Clinical Ethics Grand Round of the Hospital Authority and Faculty of Medicine, CUHK Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital, 11 March 2015).
    • Mimi Zou, ‘The Legal Construction of Temporary Migrant Labour: the Hyper-dependent and Hyper-precarious Worker’ (Paper presented at a joint seminar hosted by the Labour Law and Migration Law Discussion Groups, University of Oxford, 26 May 2015).
    • Mimi Zou, ‘The “New” Guestworker? Rethinking the Ethics of Temporary Labour Migration Programme’ (Paper presented at St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, University of Oxford, 4 June 2015).
    • Mimi Zou, ‘Regulating for Flexibility? Rationales for Temporary Labour Migration Programmes’ (Paper presented at Seminar on Temporary Labour Migration in a Globalised World: The Regulatory Challenges, Onati International Institute for the Sociology of Law, 11-12 June 2015).
    • Mimi Zou, ‘Law and Ageing in China: Developing a Relational Perspective’ (Paper presented at Hart Workshop on Law and Ageing of Humankind London, School of Advance Studies, University of London, 23 June 2015).

    OTHER PUBLICATIONS

    • Mimi Zou, ‘Human Rights are a Business Issue Too’, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong, 22 May 2015).

    CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

    • The ‘New’ Guestworker? Rethinking the Ethics of Temporary Labour Migration Programme in St Cross Special Ethics Seminar organized by University of Oxford (2015-06)
    • The Legal Construction of Temporary Migrant Labour: the Hyper-dependent and Hyper-precarious Worker in Labour Law and Migration Law Discussion Group organized by Faculty of Law, University of Oxford (2015-06)
    • Labour Rights with Chinese Characteristics? in International Research Seminar on Towards a Cross- Cultural Human Rights Dialogue organized by World Social Sciences and Humanities Network and Peking University Law School (2014-09)
    ALL OTHER OUTPUTS
    • Goudkamp, J. & Zou, M. ‘The Defence of Illegality in Tort Law: Beyond Judicial Redemption? (2015) 74 Cambridge Law Journal 13.
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