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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Rehan Abeyratne, ‘Judicial Independence and the Rise of the Supreme Court in India’ in H.P. Lee and  Marilyn Pittard (eds), Asia-Pacific Judiciaries (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 169-185.
  • Rehan Abeyratne, ‘Judicial Appointments in Sri Lanka: A Politicized Trajectory’ in Arghya Sengupta and Ritwika Sharma, Appointment of Judges to the Supreme Court of India (Oxford University Press, 2018) Chapter 20.
  • Rehan Abeyratne, ‘Socioeconomic Rights, Human Dignity, and Constitutional Legitimacy in India’ in Dieter Grimm, Alexandra Kemmerer and Christoph Mollers (eds), Human Dignity in Context (Hart/Nomos, 2018) 445-468.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Rehan Abeyratne, ‘Giving Structure to the Basic Structure Doctrine’ (2017) 1(2) Indian Law Review 182-189.
  • Rehan Abeyratne, ‘Upholding Judicial Supremacy in India: The NJAC Judgment in Comparative Perspective’ (2017) 49 George Washington International Law Review 569-613.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Uncertain Sovereignty: Ceylon as a Dominion (1948-72)’ in New Dominion Constitutional Framework organized by Centre for Comparative and Public Law (CCPL), HKU Faculty of Law, Hong Kong (2017-09).
  • ‘Protecting the Powerful: Religion and Constitutional Law in India’ in American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL) Annual Meeting organized by American University Washington College of Law , United States of America (2017-10).
  • ‘Displacing Private Law: Torts as Fundamental Rights in Asia’ in Melbourne Institute of Comparative Constitutional Law (MICCL) organized by Melbourne Law School, Australia (2017-11 to 2017-12).
  • ‘Protecting the Powerful: Religion and Constitutional Law in India’ in Religion and Constitutional Practices in Asia organized by International Centre for Ethnic Studies and the National University of Singapore , Sri Lanka (2017-11).
  • ‘Politico-Legal Dynamics of Judicial Review in India’ in Book Manuscript Review Workshop organized by UNSW Faculty of Law, Australia (2017-12).
  • ‘Displacing Private Law: Torts as Fundamental Rights in Asia’ in Comparative Constitutional Law Roundtable organized by University of New South Wales Faculty of Law, Australia (2017-12).
  • ‘Hindu Nationalism and Caste-Based Politics: Is India a Deeply Divided Society?’ in Politics of Divided Societies and the Limits of Constitutional Design organized by Centre for Asian Legal Studies, National University of Singapore Faculty of Law , Singapore (2018-02).
  • ‘Tort Claims as Constitutional Rights: The Public Law Model of Torts in South Asia’ in CUHK Faculty of Law Research Seminar organized by CUHK Faculty of Law, Hong Kong (2018-02).
  • ‘Displacing Private Law: Torts as Fundamental Rights in Asia’ in Asian Law Institute (ASLI) Annual Conference organized by Seoul National University School of Law, Korea (2018-05).
  • ‘The Public Law Model of Torts in South Asia’ in World Congress of Constitutional law organized by SKK University, Korea (2018-06).
  • ‘Displacing Private Law: The Growing Dominance of Public Law in South Asia’ in ICON-S Annual Conference organized by University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law , Hong Kong (2018-06).

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BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Anatole Boute and Sergey Seliverstov, ‘A Torturous Path to Efficiency and Innovation in Heat Supply: Lessons from the Russian Experience with District Heating’ in D. Zillman, L. Godden and L. Paddock, M. Roggenkamp (eds), Innovation in Energy Law and Technology (Oxford University Press, 2018) Chapter 12.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Anatole Boute and Hao Zhang, ‘Fixing the Emissions Trading Scheme: Carbon Price Stability in the EU and China’ (Paper presented at The 2018 Meeting of the Society for Environmental Law and Economics, Chicago, United States of America, 15-16 June 2018).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Renewable Energy and Investment Arbitration’ organized by University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India (2017-01 to 2018-05).
  • ‘Emissions Trading and Electricity Markets in Kazakhstan’ organized by Tokyo Metropolitan Government and ICAP, Japan (2017-06 to 2017-07).
  • ‘The “One Belt-one Road”-Initiative and the Role of Law in Transborder Energy Infrastructure in Central Asia’ in Resources in Central Asia: Chances for Cooperation organized by Konrad Adeneaur Stiftung, Kyrgyzstan (2017-07 to 2017-10).
  • ‘The Role of Law in Increasing Transborder Energy Infrastructure in Central Asia’ in Domestic and Regional Challenges for Kazakhstan´s Energy Transformation organized by Konrad Adeneaur Stiftung , Kazakhstan (2017-07).
  • ‘Electricity Market Cooperation in Central Asia in The Future of Energy Security: Conventional and Renewable Sources’ in the Aftermath of the Paris Agreement organized by Konrad Adeneaur Stiftung and Nazerbaev University, Kazakhstan (2017-07).
  • ‘The Geopolitics of Energy and Law’ organized by Jindal Law School, Hong Kong (2018-01 to 2018-06).
  • ‘Introduction to Energy Law’ in Introduction to Energy Law organized by Amity University, India (2018-04 to 2018-05).
  • ‘Fixing the ETS: Carbon Price Stability in the EU and China’ in Environmental Law and Economics organized by Notre Dame Law School, United States of America (2018-05 to 2018-06).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Kevin Cheng, ‘Aggravating and Mitigating Factors in Context: Culture, Sentencing, and Plea Mitigation in Hong Kong’ (2017) 20(3) New Criminal Law Review 506-533.
  • Kevin Cheng, ‘Navigating Through The Effects of ‘Cracked Trials’: How Hong Kong Legal Practitioners Deal with Late Guilty Pleas’ (2018) 47(2) Common Law World Review 136-149.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Kevin Cheng, ‘Review of David M. Engel, The Myth of the Litigious Society: Why We Don’t Sue (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016’ (2017) 4(2) Asian Journal of Law and Society 473-474.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Kevin Cheng, ‘Navigating through the Effects of ‘Cracked Trials’: How Hong Kong Legal Practitioners Deal with Late Guilty Pleas’ (Paper presented at 15th Asian Law Institute Conference, Seoul National University, Korea, 10-11 May 2018).
  • Kevin Cheng, ‘Aggravating and Mitigating Factors in Context: Culture, Sentencing and Plea Mitigation in Hong Kong’ (Paper presented at The 2018 Annual Meeting on Law and Society, Sheraton Centre, Toronto, Canada, 7-10 June 2018).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Navigating the Effects of ‘Cracked Trials’: How Legal Practitioners Deal with Late Guilty Pleas in Hong Kong’ in 15th Asian Law Institute Conference organized by Seoul National University School of Law, Korea (2018-05).
  • ‘Aggravating and Mitigating Factors in Context: Culture, Sentencing and Plea Mitigation in Hong Kong’ in Annual Meeting on Law and Society organized by Law and Society Association, Canada (2018-06).

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Surabhi Chopra, ‘Judging the Troops: Exceptional Security Measures and Judicial Impact in India’ (Paper presented at The10th World Congress of Constitutional Law (IACL-AIDC) 2018, Seoul, South Korea, 18-22 June 2018).
  • Surabhi Chopra, ‘Impunity and Public Law in India: Lessons for Challenging Constitutional Retrogression in Liberal Democracies’ (Paper presented at 2018 Conference of the International Society of Public Law (ICON·S) on Identity, Security, Democracy: Challenges for Public Law, Hong Kong, 25-27 June 2018).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • David C Donald, ‘Evolutionary Development in Hong Kong of Transplanted UK-Origin Takeover Rules’ in Umakanth Varottil and Wai Yee Wan (eds), Comparative Takeover Regulation: Global and Asian Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 344-380.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • David C Donald and Paul WH Cheuk, ‘Hong Kong’s Public Enforcement Model of Investor Protection’ (2017) 4(2) Asian Journal of Law and Society 349-385.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • “Why Designing Corporate Governance to Serve the Logic of Financial Markets Damages Business Corporation” in International Conference on Business and Social Science organized by Higher Education Forum, Japan (2018-03).
  • “Legal System as Norm Packaging Platform” in NTU College of Law Visiting Scholar Lecture Series organized by National Taiwan University, Taiwan (2018-05).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Conceiving Corporate Governance for an Asian Environment’ in 4th Conference of the EU‐Asia Corporate Governance Dialogue Series organized by National University of Singapore & European Corporate Governance Institute, Singapore (2017-07).
  • ‘Networked Securities Markets: From Cross-Listing to Direct Connection’ in Conference on Asian Financial Law and Regulation organized by Singapore Management University, Singapore (2018-01).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Towards a Theory of Spontaneous Legal Standardization’ (2017) 8(3) Journal of International Dispute Settlement 403-431.
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘The Coming Collapse of the Paris Agreement’ (2017) Harvard Journal on Legislation.
  • Bryan Druzin,’Escaping the Logic of Anarchy: A New Model of Collective Security’ (2018) 19 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution 565-612.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Institutional Lock-In within the Field of Investment Arbitration’ (Paper presented at 6th Biennial Conference of the Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL), Seoul, South Korea, 25-26 August 2017).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Toward a Network Model of Soft Law’ (Paper presented at The 3rd European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN), Johannes Gutenberg University, Institute of Sociology, Germany, 26-29 September 2017).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘The Rise of Soft Law’ (Paper presented at The 2nd Annual Conference of the French Association of Law and Economics (AFED), Aix-Marseille University, France, 8-9 November 2017).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Escaping Institutional Lock-in’ (Paper presented at Conference – The Future of Asian Trade Deals and IP, Singapore Management University, School of Law, Singapore , 8 December 2017).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Controlling Public Opinion in the Digital Age’ (Paper presented at 2018 Conference: Law and the Digital Age, Qatar University, College of Law, Qatar, 19-20 February 2018).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Strengthening International Institutions in a Time of Global Disorder’ (Paper presented at 2018 European Society of International Law (ESIL) Research Forum, Hebrew University, Faculty of Law, Israel, 28 February – 1 March 2018).
  • Bryan Druzin, ‘Corporate Responsibility and the Limits of Soft Law’ (Paper presented at The 2018 Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) Annual Conference, Donisha University, Japan, 23-25 June 2018).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Institutional Lock-In’ within the Field of Investment Arbitration’ in The Biennial Conference of the Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL) organized by The Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL), Korea (2017-08).
  • ‘Toward a Network Model of Soft Law’ in The 3rd European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN) organized by Johannes Gutenberg University Institute of Sociology, Germany (2017-09).
  • ‘The Rise of Soft Law’ in The 2nd Annual Conference of the French Association of Law and Economics (AFED) organized by Aix-Marseille University, France (2017-11).
  • ‘Escaping Institutional Lock-in’ in The Future of Asian Trade Deals and IP organized by Singapore Management University, Singapore (2017-12).
  • ‘Controlling Public Opinion in the Digital Age’ in Law and the Digital Age organized by Qatar University, College of Law, Qatar (2018-02).
  • ‘Strengthening Global Governance in a Era of International Disorder’ in The European Society of International Law (ESIL) Research Forum organized by Hebrew University Faculty of Law, Israel (2018-02 to 2018-03).
  • ‘Corporate Responsibility and the Limits of Soft Law’ in The 2018 Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) annual conference organized by Doshisha University / Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE), Japan (2018-05).

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Denis Edwards, ‘No, Not and Other Than: The Impact of Negative Legislative Drafting on Free Movement Rights’ (Paper presented at Challenges To EU Law And Governance In The Member States Conference, Florence, Italy, 8 June 2018).
  • Denis Edwards, ‘Redistributing the Costs of Disaster Risk Reduction’ (Paper presented at Climate Change Litigation:  Trends, Policy Implications and the Way Forward, Aarhus University, Denmark, 14-15 June 2018).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Third Party Funding of Litigation in England & Wales in Third Party Funding in Arbitration organized by CIETAC, Hong Kong (2018-03).

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, Stephen Gallagher and Lin Siyi, ‘The History of a Mystery: The Law of Unjust Enrichment in Hong Kong, China and Germany’ (Paper presented at Greater China Legal History Seminar Series, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2 February 2018).

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Gregory S. Gordon, ‘A Set of International Crimes without Coherence or a Proper Name: The Origins of “Atrocity Speech Law”’ (Paper presented at Symposium: Gregory Gordon’s “Atrocity Speech Law”, Opinio Juris, 12-14 July 2017).
  • Gregory S. Gordon, ‘On the General Part, the New Media and the Responsibility to Protect’ (Paper presented at Symposium: Gregory Gordon’s “Atrocity Speech Law”, Opinio Juris, 12-14 July 2017).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Concluding Observations for International Conference’ in Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law organized by Indian Society of International Law, India (2017-08).
  • ‘Concluding Observations for International Conference’ in Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice organized by Centre for International Law Research and Policy, Italy (2017-10).
  • ‘Atrocity Speech Law: Foundation, Fragmentation, Fruition’ in International Criminal Justice Lecture Series organized by Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany (2018-06).
  • ‘Atrocity Speech Law: Foundation, Fragmentation, Fruition’ in Georg-August-University of Göttingen Lecture Series organized by Georg-August-University of Göttingen, Germany (2018-06).
  • ‘Atrocity Speech Law: Foundation, Fragmentation, Fruition’ in USC Price PPIA Public Service Conference organized by University of Southern California, United States of America (2018-06).
  • ‘Atrocity Speech Law: Foundation, Fragmentation, Fruition’ in Berkeley Law Human Rights Center Lecture organized by Berkeley Law, United States of America (2018-06).
  • ‘Atrocity Speech Law: Foundation, Fragmentation, Fruition’ in LAMOTH Lecture Series organized by Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, United States of America (2018-06).
  • ‘Atrocity Speech Law: Foundation, Fragmentation, Fruition’ in Kentucky Bar Association Annual Convention organized by Kentucky Bar Association, United States of America (2018-06).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Transnational Governmentality Networking: A Neo-Foucauldian Account of International Criminal Law’ in Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law organized by Indian Society of International Law, India (2017-08).
  • ‘On ‘Radio Machete’ Founder Ferdinand Nahimana’s Early Release: The First Amendment, the Cold War, and the Ghost of America’s Nuremberg Commutations’ in Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice organized by Centre for International Law Research and Policy, Italy (2017-10).
  • ‘Incitement to Sexual Violence’ in ICC Assembly of States Parties Side Event on Side Event on “Accountability for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Crimes: CAR, Colombia, DRC and Iraq” organized by ICC Assembly of States Parties, United States of America (2017-12).
  • ‘On ‘Radio Machete’ Founder Ferdinand Nahimana’s Early Release: The First Amendment, the Cold War, and the Ghost of America’s Nuremberg Commutations’ in Georg-August-University of Göttingen Criminal Law Workshop organized by Georg-August-University of Göttingen, Germany (2018-06).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Stephen Hall, Ho & Hall’s Hong Kong Contract Law (LexisNexis, 4th edition, Butterworths, 2017) 951 pgs.
  • Stephen Hall, Law of Contract in Hong Kong: Cases and Commentary (LexisNexis Hong Kong, 2017) 1130 pgs.

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BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘”I’m a Creep, I’m a Weirdo”: Street Photography in the Service of the Male Gaze’ in Bryce Clayton Newell, Tjerk Timan, Bert-Jaap Koops, Surveillance, Privacy and Public Space (Routledge, 2018) Chapter 10.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘Online Monitoring of ‘Localists’ in Hong Kong: A Return to Political Policing?’(2017) 15(3/4) Surveillance and Society 425-431.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘Surveillance, Protest & the Exercise of Constitutional Rights’ (Paper presented at Privacy, Personality and Flows of Information – UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy, Hong Kong, 29-30 September 2017).
  • Stuart Hargreaves, ‘Grinding Down the Edges’ (Paper presented at Law and Society Association Annual Meeting 2018, Toronto, Canada, 7-10 June 2018).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Robin Huang and Nicholas Calcina Howson (eds), Enforcement of Corporate and Securities Law: China and the World (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 500 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Robin Huang, ‘Private Enforcement of Securities Law in China: Past, Present and Future’ in Robin Hui Huang and Nicholas Calcina Howson (eds), Enforcement of Corporate and Securities Law (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 138-161.
  • Robin Huang and Juan Chen, ‘Takeover Regulation in China: Striking a Balance between Takeover Contestability and Shareholder Protection’ in Umakanth Varottil and Wai Yee Wan, Comparative Takeover Regulation: Global and Asian Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 211-240.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Robin Huang, 《‘一国两制’背景下的香港与内地证券监管合作体制: 历史演变与前景展望 The Prospect and Evolution of the Securities Regulatory Cooperative Regime between Hong Kong and Mainland China under the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Arrangement》(2017) (5) 比较法研究  Journal of Comparative Law》 12-25.
  • Robin Huang, 《国企改革背景下母子公司债务责任问题的规制逻辑和进路 Regulatory Logic and Approach to the Liability of Parent Company for the Debt of Subsidiary Company Against the Background of China’s Reform of State-Owned Enterprises》 (2017) 29(6) 中外法学  Peking University Law Journal》 1526-1545.
  • Robin Huang, 《论基本法对于香港金融市场繁荣稳定的重要意义 The Significance of the Hong Kong Basic Law to the Prosperity and Stability of the Financial Markets in Hong Kong》 (2017) (13) 中国人大  The People’s Congress of China》 26-28.
  • Robin Huang, ‘Online P2P Lending and Regulatory Responses in China: Opportunities and Challenges’ (2018) 19(1) European Business Organization Law Review 63-92.
  • Jyh-An Lee and Robin Huang, ‘Post-application Evidence of Bad Faith in China’s Trade Mark Law’ (2018) 13(5) Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 400-407.
  • Robin Huang, ‘Rethinking the Relationship between Public Regulation and Private Litigation: Evidence from Securities Class Action in China’ (2018) 19(1) Theoretical Inquiries in Law 333-361.
  • Robin Huang and Li Hailong, 《强化监管背景下的中国证券市场禁入制度研究:基于实证与比较的视角 Debarring Orders in the Chinese Securities Market against the Background of Tightened Regulation: From an Empirical and Comparative Perspective》 (2018) 《比较法研究  Journal of Comparative Law 》 76-106.
  • Robin Huang, 《香港证券市场失当行为审裁处制度及其启示 The Institution of the Market Misconduct Tribunal in Hong Kong and its Implications for Mainland China》 (2018) 1(1) 《投资者 Investor》 184-202.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Zhenghui Li, Hui Huang and Yu Chen, 《证券市场操纵行为监管 : 立法问题及建议 Regulation of Securities Market Manipulation: Legislative Problems and Suggestions》 (2018) Internal Report to China Securities Regulatory Commission.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Robin Huang and Anan Li, ‘Legal Analysis of Local Government Debts Securitization: Causes, Nature and Risk Regulation’ (Paper presented at Financial Risk and Local Government Debts, Xi An, China, 30 November–3 December 2017).
  • Robin Huang and Yao Lin, 《P2P网贷的风险保障金机制:困境与出路》 (Paper presented at Shanghai Stock Exchange Conference on Securities Regulation, Shanghai, China, 15-17 December 2017).
  • Robin Huang, ‘The Nature of Corporate Law in China: Mandatory or Voluntary?’ (Paper presented at The Future of Corporate Law Reform in China, China Social Science Academy, Beijing, China, 27-29 April 2018).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Rethinking the Relationship between Public Regulation and Private Litigation: Evidence from Securities Class Action in China’ in Li Ka Shing Visiting Professor Public Lecture Series organized by McGill Law School, Canada (2018-04).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘The Regulation of Equity Crowdfunding in China’ in International Commercial Law Forum organized by Tsinghua Law School, China (2017-10).
  • ‘Local Debts in China’ in Local Debts and Financial Risks Regulation organized by Northwestern China University of Political Science and Law , China (2017-11 to 2017-12).
  • ‘Regulation of Anti-takeover Measures in China’ in Shanghai Stock Exchange Legal Forum organized by Shanghai Stock Exchange, China (2017-12).
  • ‘The Regulation of Insider Trading in Hong Kong’ in Distinguished Legal Scholar Public Lecture Series organized by East China University of Political Science and Law, China (2017-12).
  • ‘The Mandatory or Voluntary Nature of Corporate Law’ in The Future Development of Corporate Law in China organized by China Academy of Social Science , China (2018-04).
  • ‘Recent Developments and Trends of Securities Law Enforcement in Hong Kong’ in Workshop on Securities Regulation organized by China Securities Regulatory Commission , China (2018-06).
  • ‘The Regulation of Securities Investment Funds’ in 2018 Annual Conference of China Securities Law Association organized by China Securities Law Association , China (2018-06).

SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Nina Jørgensen, The Elgar Companion to the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (Edward Elgar, London, 2018) 432 pgs.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Jae Woon Lee, ‘Aerial Blockade in the Middle East: The Line That Must Not Be Crossed’ (2017) 16(4) The Aviation and Space Journal 19-23.
  • Jae Woon Lee and Will Horton, ‘Fifth Freedom Traffic Rights: Formidable Threat or Theoretical Concern?’(2018) 43(3) Air and Space Law 303-318.
  • Jae Woon Lee and Xiongfeng Li, ‘Ongoing Tension in the Air: The Need for ICJ’s Advisory Opinion on Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ)’ (2018) 6(1) The Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law 5-29.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘ASEAN Aviation Services and Investment Liberalisation’ in Workshop on ASEAN Aviation Integration organized by The National University Of Malaysia, Malaysia (2018- 01).
  • ‘Low Cost Carrier Market Trends’ in Korea Low-Cost Carrier Workshop organized by SITA of IATA (International Air Transport Association), Korea (2018-03).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘ASEAN Air Transport Integration and Liberalization: A Good and Realistic Model’ in ASEAN Law in the New Regional Economic Order: Global Trends and Shifting Paradigms organized by Singapore Management University, Singapore (2017-12).
  • ‘Antitrust Immunity for Airline Alliances: A Comparative Study’ in Northeast Asia in ASLI (Asian Law Institute) 15th Conference organized by Seoul National University, Korea (2018-05).
  • ‘Airline Subsides: Can the Law Play a Role in Regulating Them?’ in ICAO Legal Seminar in Asia-Pacific Region organized by International Civil Aviation Organization, Korea (2018-05).
  • ‘LCC development in South Korea – The Accidental Success Story’ in CAPA Low-Cost Carriers North Asia Summit organized by Center For Aviation , Korea (2018-06).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Digital Copyright in the TPP’ in Julien Chaisse, Henry Gao and Chang-fa Lo, Paradigm Shift in International Economic Law Rule-Making (Springer, 2017) 371-387.
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘The Legal Framework for FRAND Enforcement in China’ in Yahong Li (ed), Patents and Innovation in Mainland China and Hong Kong: Two Systems in One Country Compared (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 155-172.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Hacking into China’s Cybersecurity Law’ (2018) 53 Wake Forest Law Review 57-104.
  • Jyh-An Lee and Hui Huang, ‘Post-application Evidence of Bad Faith in China’s Trade Mark Law’ (2018) 13(5) Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 400-407.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Have You Trademarked Your Chinese Name? Trademark Protection for Chinese Translation of Foreign Marks in China’ (Paper presented at The 17th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, USA, 10-11 August 2017).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘The Legal Nature of FRAND Declaration’ (Paper presented at Conference – SEPs, SSOs and FRAND – Fostering Innovation in Interconnectivity Asian & Global Perspectives, Singapore Management University, Singapore, 9-10 November 2017).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Hacking into China’s Cybersecurity Law’ (Paper presented at iEthics-Cyberport Symposium on Data Privacy and Cybersecurity, Hong Kong, 1 December 2017).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Machine Creativity: Artificial Intelligence Challenges to Copyright Law’ (Paper presented at Intellectual Property in Big Data Era: Opportunities and Challenges, Sun Yat-Sen University, China, 9-11 December 2017).
  • Dicky Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at 3rd Works-In-Progress Conference “IPScholars Asia”, Singapore Management University, Singapore, 1-2 March 2018).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Hacking into China’s Cybersecurity Law’ (Paper presented at Global Media Forum – Changes and Adaptations: Chinese Media & its Global Development, York University, United Kingdom, 15 March 2018).
  • Dicky Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at The 5th Roundtable of the “VIPP for Asian IP Cooperation Project”, Nagoya, Japan, 14-15 April 2018).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘Cybersecurity and Data Protection in China’ (Paper presented at Seminar on Internet Law, Vienna, Austria, 4 June 2018).
  • Jyh-An Lee, ‘China‘s Approach to Internet Sovereignty’ (Paper presented at 2018 Conference of the International Society of Public Law (ICON·S) on Identity, Security, Democracy: Challenges for Public Law, Hong Kong, 25-27 June 2018).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Hacking into China’s Cybersecurity Law’ in iEthics-Cyberport Symposium on Data Privacy and Cybersecurity organized by The Computer Ethics Society, Cyberport, Hong Kong (2017-12).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • C. L. Lim, Jean Ho and Martins Paparinskis, International Investment Law and Arbitration (Cambridge, England, UK, 2018) 578 pgs.

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michael Lower, ‘Liden v Burton: Proprietary Estoppel and the Family Home’ (2018) 82(1) Conveyancer and Property Lawyer 84-91.

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Case Management C ulture in C riminal T rials’ in Prosecution Service in Shenzhen (Qianhai) organized by Supreme People’s Procuratorate’s procuratorial theory research institute, China (2018-06).
  • ‘Plenary: Confronting the ‘ Business’ of Human Misery: the UK Legal Response to Modern Slavery in Criminal Justice Responses to Human Trafficking’ in Asia and Beyond organized by Cavite State University’s College of Criminal Justice, Philippines (2018-06).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Benoit Mayer and François Crépeau (eds), Research Handbook on Climate Change, Migration and the Law (Edward Elgar, 2017) 512 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Climate Change, Migration and the Law of State Responsibility’ in Benoit Mayer and François Crépeau, Research Handbook on Climate Change, Migration and the Law (Edward Elgar, 2017) 238-261.
  • Benoit Mayer and François Crépeau, ‘Introduction’ in Benoit Mayer and François Crépeau (eds), Research Handbook on Climate Change, Migration and the Law (Edward Elgar, 2017) Chapter 1.
  • Frédéric Mégret and Benoit Mayer, ‘ ‘Climate Migration’ and the Security Council’ in Shirley Scott and Charlotte Ku (eds), Climate Change and the UN Security Council (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018) 85-100.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Definitions and Concepts’ in Robert McLeman and François Gemenne (eds), Routledge Handbook of Environmental Displacement and Migration (Routledge, 2018) 323-328.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Who Are “Climate Refugees”? Academic Engagement in the Post-Truth Era’ in Simon Behrman and Avidan Kent, Climate Refugees: Beyond the Legal Impasse? (Routledge, 2018) Chapter 6.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Less-than-full reparations in international law’ (2017) 56(3-4) Indian Journal of International Law 463-502.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Climate Change Mitigation in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’ (2017) 7(2-3) Climate Law 65-96.
  • Richard ZHANG Qing and Benoit Mayer,  ‘Public Interest Environmental Litigation in China’ (2017) 1(2) Chinese Journal of Environmental Law 202-228.
  • Benoit Mayer, Mikko Rajavuori and Mandy Meng Fang, ‘The Contribution of State-Owned Enterprises to Climate Change Mitigation in China’ (2017) 7(2-3) Climate Law 97-124.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Construing International Climate Change Law as a Compliance Regime’ (2018) 7(1) Transnational Environmental Law 115-137.
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Editorial ∙ Special Issue: Legal Aspects of the 1.5°C Target’ (2018) 12(1) Carbon and Climate Law Review 1-5.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Policy and Legal Regime on Radioactive Waste Management and Site Selection in Foreign Countries’ (Paper presented at International Conference on the Legal Regime on Site Selection and Final Disposal of Nuclear Waste, Taipei, Taiwan, 21 October 2017).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The Climate-migration Nexus: An International Law Perspective’ (Paper presented at Symposium on Environmental Migration, Tokyo, Japan, 29 October 2017).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The Climate-migration Nexus: An International Law Perspective’ (Paper presented at International Conference on Environment, Migration and Security, Sendai, Japan, 29 October 2017).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Loss and Damage: Legal Perspectives’ (Paper presented at Loss and Damage in the UNFCCC Negotiations, Bonn, Germany, 9 November 2017).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Litigation on Loss and Damage Associated with Impacts of Climate Change’ (Paper presented at Loss and Damage: a side-event to the 23rd session of the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Bonn, Germany, 12 November 2017).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The international law on EIA’ (Paper presented at World Tour of Regional Tools for the UN Sustainable Development Goals: An International Legal Experts Roundtable, Montreal, 1 June 2018).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Taking Stock of Research on Climate Change, Migration and the Law: Achievements and Remaining Issues’ (Paper presented at Expert roundtable on Climate Induced Displacement, Law and Policy issues, Asheville NC, United States of America, 21 June 2018).
  • Benoit Mayer, ‘The international law on climate change: the dearth of critical scholarship’ (Paper presented at Singapore’s Third World Approaches of International Law Conference, Singapore, 19-21 July 2018).

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Benoit Mayer, ‘Book Review: The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Analysis and Commentary (Oxford University Press)’ (2018) 8 (1-2) Climate Law 129-132.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Policy and Legal Regime on Radioactive Waste Management and Site Selection in France’ in International Conference on the Legal Regime on Site Selection and Final Disposal of Nuclear Waste organized by National Tsinghua University (2017-10).
  • ‘The Climate-migration Nexus: An International Law Perspective’ in International Conference on Environment, Migration and Security organized by Tohoku University, Sendai (2017-10).
  • ‘The Climate-migration Nexus: An International Law Perspective’ in Symposium on Environmental Migration organized by Friends of the Earth (2017-10).
  • ‘Legal perspectives in Loss and Damage’ organized by United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (2017-11).
  • ‘Litigation on Loss and Damage Associated with the Impacts of Climate Change’ in side-event of the 23rd Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change organized by United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (2017- 11).
  • ‘The International Law on Climate Change’ in NA organized by Shanghai University of Finance and Economics School of Law, China (2017-12).
  • ‘The International Law on Climate Change: An O verview’ in guest lecture organized by Suzhou University Kenneth Wang School of Law, China (2017-12).
  • ‘The EIA Ordinance at 20: Comparative perspectives’ in The Environmental Impact Assessment Ordinance 20 years on: Achievements and possible enhancements organized by Business Council for the Environment (HK) (2018-02).
  • ‘Mainstreaming Climate Change Mitigation in EIAs: A Transnational Review in Mainstreaming Climate Change Mitigation’ in EIAs: A Transnational Review organized by Center for International Governance Innovation, Canada (2018-04).
  • ‘The International Law on EIA in World Tour of Regional Tools for the UN Sustainable Development Goals: An International Legal Experts Roundtable’ organized by Center for International Sustainable Development Law (2018-06).
  • ‘Taking Stock of Research on Climate Vhange, Migration and the Law: Achievements and Remaining issues’ in Expert roundtable on Climate Induced Displacement, Law and Policy Issues organized by Yale University (2018-06).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Simon Lester and Bryan Mercurio, Arwel Davies, World Trade Law: Text, Materials and Commentary (Hart Publishing, United Kingdom, 2018) 1008 pgs.
  • Bryan Mercurio, Drugs, Patents and Policy: A Contextual Study of Hong Kong (Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 2018) 234 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Safeguarding Public Welfare? Intellectual Property Rights, Health and the Evolution of Treaty Drafting in International Investment Agreements’ in Thilo Rensmann, Mega-Regional Trade Agreements (Springer International Publishing, 2017) 241-271.
  • Antoine P. Martin and Bryan Mercurio, ‘TPP Promoting Financial Services as an Investment Playground: Crystalizing a Change in Approach from GATS?’ in Julien Chaisse, Henry Gao and Chang-fa Lo (eds), Paradigm Shift in International Economic Law Rule-Making: TPP as a New Model for Trade Agreements? (Springer, 2017) 223-239.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Harmonization without Localization: Trendspotting pharmaceutical patent law in recent FTAs’ in Shin-Yi Peng, Han-Wei Liu and Ching-Fu Lin (eds), Governing Science and Technology under the International Economic Order (Edward Elgar, 2018) 318-337.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Antoine P. Martin and Bryan Mercurio, ‘The IMF Mandate on Capital Controls: Legal Analysis of the Article IV Byroad and the Institutional View of 2012’ (2017) 34(3) Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law 529-556.
  • Antoine Martin and Bryan Mercurio, ‘The IMF and Its Shifting Mandate Towards Capital Movements and Capital Controls: A Legal Perspective’ (2017) 44(3) Legal Issues of Economic Integration 211-235.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Smoke Them Out: Why Excluding Tobacco from the Scope of International Investment Agreements is Unwise and Unnecessary’ (2018) 37(1) Medicine and Law 125-144.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Simon Lester and Bryan Mercurio, ‘Safeguarding Policy Space in Investment Agreements’, Institute of International Economic Law (IIEL) Issue Brief, Georgetown University (United States) December 2017, 1-11.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Returning From The Cold: Zimbabwe’s Chance for a New Beginning’, Africa Up Close, The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (United States) 27 March 2018.
  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘WTO tobacco ruling: Implications if Australia emerges triumphant’, The Jakarta Post (Indonesia) 17 April 2018.
  • Antoine P. Martin and Bryan Mercurio, ‘Trump, China, and a Tale of Aluminum and Steel Tariffs’, TradePacts (Switzerland) 23 April 2018.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Bryan Mercurio, ‘Fragmentation and Regime Conflict in International Economic Law’ (Paper presented at Distinguished Visitor Lunchtime Seminar Series, Saint Louis University, School of Law, USA, 17 July 2017).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • ‘Fragmentation and Regime Conflict in International Economic Law in Fragmentation and Regime Conflict’ in International Economic Law organized by Saint Louis University, School of Law, United States of America (2017-07).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘The legal risks associated with the Belt & Road Initiative’ in Continuing Legal Education – China Workshop organized by King & Wood Mallesons, Australia (2017-09).
  • ‘G-Zero World and Trade: A Return to Bilateralism and Self-Interest in G-Zero World and Trade: A Return to The Era of Uncertain Leadership: East Asian responses and the role of Middle Powers to a G- Zero World’ organized by International Christian University, Japan (2017-10).
  • ‘As Makeshift as we are: Hong Kong’s Pragmatic Approach to Food Labeling in Food Law Comparative Perspectives: Safety, Trade and Culture in Hong Kong, Asia and the EU organized by CUHK Faculty of Law, General of Italy’ in Hong Kong and the Marco Polo Society, Hong Kong (2017-12).
  • ‘How to make Intellectual Property Provisions More Development Friendly’ in Symposium on Preferential Trade Agreements and Inclusive Trade organized by United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP), Thailand (2017-12).
  • ‘The Eli Lilly Case in ‘Trade and Investment Arbitration: The Philip Morris and Eli Lilly Cases’’ organized by Singapore Management University, Singapore (2017-12).
  • ‘Moving towards Liberalization – The ATISA and Beyond in ASEAN Law’ in the New Regional Economic Order organized by Singapore Management University, Singapore (2017-12).
  • ‘The WTO Upcoming Decision and the IP Perspective’ in Roundtable on Plain Packaging and Brand Restrictions organized by International Trademark Association, Singapore (2018-02).
  • ‘Intellectual Property and International Trade in a Changing World’ in 3rd IPScholars Asia Works-In- Progress Conference organized by Singapore Management University, Singapore (2018-03).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Daniel Pascoe and Michelle Miao, ‘Victim–Perpetrator Reconciliation Agreements: What Can Muslim-Majority Jurisdictions And The PRC Learn From Each Other?’(2017) 66(4) International & Comparative Law Quarterly 963-989.
  • Xiong Moulin and Miao Michelle, ‘Miscarriage of Justice in Chinese Capital Cases’ (2018) 41(2) Hastings International & Comparative Law Review 273-342.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Michelle Miao, ‘The Asian Experience – the connection between welfare and penal policy’ (Paper presented at The left hand and the right hand: Linking the politics of social welfare and crime control, Odense, Denmark, 6-7 October 2017).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘Managing Financial Risk with Criminal Punishment: A Case Study of Illegal Fund Raising in China’ (Paper presented at Symposium on Big Data and Judicial Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 13 October 2017).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘The Decency of Punishment and Human Dignity in China: Evolving Legal Norms and Social Values’ (Paper presented at International Symposium “Dignity, Morality and Rights”, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 30 November – 1 December 2017).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘Criminal Justice System as an Enterprise’ (Paper presented at Conference on Judicial Reforms and Criminal Procedure in China, Cologne, Germany, Germany, 15-16 December 2017).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘Regional “Values” public support and public protection’ (Paper presented at Drug-related Offences, Criminal Justice Responses and the Use of the Death Penalty in South East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 28 February 2018).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘Public Participation vs Justice: the Role of Jury in Chinese Court’ (Paper presented at 15th ASLI Conference (Asian Law Institute), Korea, South Korea, 10-11 May 2018).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘Capital Sentencing in Murder and Drug Offenses in China’ (Paper presented at Empirical Research on Criminal Justice in China, Beijing, China, 30-31 May 2018).
  • Michelle Miao, ‘The Popular Politics of Punitiveness: Security, Identity, and Changing Societies’ (Paper presented at ICON-S Annual Conference (Society of International Constitutional Law) “Identity, Security, Democracy: Challenges for Public Law, Hong Kong, 25-27 June 2018).

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • Regional “Values,” public support and public protection in “Drug-related Offences, Criminal Justice Responses and the Use of the Death Penalty in South East Asia organized by Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights With the financial support of the Federal Republic of Germany, Thailand (2018-02).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘The Asian Experience – the Connection between Welfare and Penal Policy’ in The left hand and the right hand: Linking the politics of social welfare and crime control (first workshop) organized by University of Southern Denmark, Denmark (2017-10).
  • ‘Managing Financial Risk with Criminal Punishment: A Case Study of Illegal Fund Raising in China’ in Symposium on Big Data and Judicial Studies organized by Chinese Law Programme, HKIAPS, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2017-10).
  • ‘Criminal Law and Populism’ in Special workshop on criminal justice organized by National Chengchi University, Taiwan, Taiwan (2017-12).
  • ‘Criminal Justice System as an Enterprise’ in Conference on Judicial Reforms and Criminal Procedure in China organized by Institute of East Asian Studies, University of Cologne, Germany (2017-12).
  • ‘The Decency of Punishment and Human Dignity in China: Evolving Legal Norms and Social Values’ in International Symposium “Dignity, Morality and Rights” organized by Insitute of Sino-Christian Studies, Hong Kong (2017-12).
  • ‘The Welfare-punitiveness Link – China as an Example’ in The left hand and the right hand: Linking the politics of social welfare and crime control (Second workshop) organized by University of Southern Denmark, Denmark (2017-12).
  • ‘Capital Sentencing in Murder and Drug Offenses in China’ in Empirical Research on Criminal Justice in China organized by Peking University School of Law, China (2018-05).
  • ‘Capital Sentencing in Murder and Drug Offenses in China’ in Empirical Research on Criminal Justice in China organized by Peking University School of Law, China (2018-05).
  • ‘Public Participation vs Justice: the Role of Jury in Chinese Court’ in 15th ASLI Conference (Asian Law Institute) organized by National University of Singapore, Korea (2018-05).
  • ‘The Popular Politics of Punitiveness: Security, Identity, and Changing Societies’ in ICON-S annual conference (society of international constitutional law) organized by Hong Kong University School of Law, Hong Kong (2018-06).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Ryan Mitchell, ’Sovereignty and Normative Conflict: International Legal Realism as a Theory of Uncertainty’ (2017) 58(2) Harvard International Law Journal 421-483.
  • Ryan Mitchell,’Review of Anthea Roberts, Is International Law International?’ (2018) 18(3) Modern Law Review 547-551.

KEYNOTES/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

  • Keynote Address in 2018 Hong Kong Law Research Symposium organized by CUHK RPG Program, Hong Kong (2018-04).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Concrete Order Thinking for the Socialist Rechtsstaat: The Role of German Juristic Thought in China’s ‘New Era’ Constitutionalism’ in Germany and the World organized by Hong Kong University of Science and Technology., Hong Kong (2018-05).
  • ‘De-Universalized Hegemony in Carl Schmitt’s Großraumlehre: The Power to Characterize Spaces and Determine Norms’ in Hegemony in the International Order organized by University of Rome, Tor Vergata and the European Society of International Law (ESIL), Italy (2018-06).

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JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Noam Noked, ‘Can Taxes Mitigate Corporate Governance Inefficiencies?’(2017) 9(1) William & Mary Business Law Review 221-282.
  • Noam Noked, ‘Public Country-by-Country Reporting: The Shareholders’ Case for Mandatory Disclosure’ (2018) 90(14) Tax Notes International.
  • Kobi Kastiel and Noam Noked, ‘The “Hidden” Tax Cost of Executive Compensation’ (2018) 70 Stanford Law Review Online 179-191.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • “Tax Considerations in Internal Restructurings in Asia” in Transnational Tax Network Conference organized by Transnational Tax Network (2018-02).
  • “From Tax Competition to Subsidy Competition” in CUHK Law Faculty Seminar organized by CUHK Faculty of Law (2018-03).
  • “Subsidies Over Tax Benefits” in Forum IV: Special Economic Zones – Issues and Implications for International Law & Policy organized by CUHK Faculty of Law (2018-03).

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CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Using Strategic Litigation to Address Human Trafficking’ (Paper presented at Gender and Transitional Justice in East Africa, Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya, 6-7 July 2017).

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Uniting for MH17’ (2017) 7(2) Asian Journal of International Law 337-360.
  • Michael Ramsden and Tom Hamilton, ‘Uniting Against Impunity: The UN General Assembly as a Catalyst for Action at the ICC’ (2017) 66(4) International & Comparative Law Quarterly 893-921.
  • Michael Ramsden, ‘Judging Socio-Economic Rights in Hong Kong’ (2018) 16(2) International Journal of Constitutional Law 447-469.

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BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Samuli Seppänen, ‘Rawls Rejected, Ignored and Radicalised’ in Flora Sapio, Susan Trevaskes, Sarah Biddulph & Elisa Nesossi, Justice: The China Experience (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 92-110.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Samuli Seppänen, ‘Chinese Legal Development Assistance: Which Rule of Law? Whose Pragmatism?’ (2018) 51(1) Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 101-158.
  • Samuli Seppänen, ‘Guidebook to a Foreign Land: Review of G. Frankenberg’s Comparative Law as Critique’ (2018) 66 American Journal of Comparative Law 474-479.

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BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Dicky Tsang, ‘The Role of Hong Kong in the Dispute Resolutions of One-Belt-One-Road’ in Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit and Sai Ramani Garimella (eds), China’s One Belt One Road Initiative and Private International Law (Routledge, 2018) 199-217.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Dicky Tsang, ‘Double Actionability: An Outdated Rule in Modern Times?’ (2017) 86(1) UMKC Law Review 73-110.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Dicky Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at 3rd Works-In-Progress Conference “IPScholars Asia”, Singapore Management University, Singapore, 1-2 March 2018).
  • Dicky Tsang and Jyh-An Lee, ‘Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND’ (Paper presented at The 5th Roundtable of the “VIPP for Asian IP Cooperation Project”, Nagoya, Japan, 14-15 April 2018).
  • Dicky Tsang, ‘Empirical research on enforcement of foreign judgments in China’ (Paper presented at 7th Journal of Private International Law Conference 2017, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 3-5 August 2017).
  • Dicky Tsang, ‘Empirical Research on Private International Law Judgments’ (Paper presented at Symposium on Big Data and Judicial Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 12-13 October 2017).
  • Dicky Tsang, ‘Sino-Japanese Judgment Enforcement Treaty’ (Paper presented at Lecture and Study Meetings on Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in China, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, 8 December 2017).
  • Dicky Tsang, ‘Sino-Japanese Judgment Enforcement Treaty’ (Paper presented at Invited Speech at Private International Law Association of Japan, Gakushuin University, Japan, 9 December 2017).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Empirical Research on Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in China’ in 7th Journal of Private International Law Conference 2017 organized by Journal of Private International Law, Brazil (2017-08).
  • ‘Empirical Research on Private International Law Judgments’ in Symposium on Big Data and Judicial Studies organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2017-10).
  • ‘Sino-Japanese Judgment Enforcement Treaty’ in Sino-Japanese Judgment Enforcement Treaty organized by Private International Law Association of Japan, Japan (2017-12).
  • ‘Sino-Japanese Judgment Enforcement Treaty’ in Sino-Japanese Judgment Enforcement Treaty organized by Hitotsubashi University, Japan (2017-12).

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SCHOLARLY BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, The Law of Cross-border Business Transactions – Principles, Concepts, Skills (Alphen aan den Rijn, Netherlands: Kluwer Law International, 2nd ed, 2018) 643 pgs.

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Hong Kong, SAR of China’ in Juergen Basedow, Giesela Ruehl, Franco Ferrari and Pedro de Miguel Asensio (eds), Encyclopedia of Private International Law, Vol. 3 (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017) 2129-2138.
  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, ‘Impossibility of Performance and Contract Validity: A German Perspective’ in Larry A. Dimatteo, Lei Chen, Chinese Contract Law: Civil and Common Law Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 239-278.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Lutz-Christian Wolff, Stephen Gallagher and Lin Siyi, ‘The History of a Mystery: The Law of Unjust Enrichment in Hong Kong, China and Germany’ (Paper presented at Greater China Legal History Seminar Series, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2 February 2018).

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Flexible Law as Response to the Challenges of Globalization?’ in 14th International Law Forum: International Law in a New Era: Change, Innovation and Development organized by Chinese Academy of Social Science, Beijing, China (2017-12).
  • ‘Legal Harmonization in the Belt and Road Area: Towards Flexible Commercial Law?’ in UNCITRAL- UM Joing Conference 2017 organized by UNCITRAL – University of Macau, Macau (2017-12).
  • ‘Comparing Chinese Law … but, with which Legal Systems?’ in Inaugural Chinese Journal of Comparative Law Conference on “Comparative Law and Transitional Systems: Past, Present and Future organized by Chinese Journal of Comparative Law, China (2018-06).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Chao Xi and Xuanming Pan, ‘Public Enforcement of Securities Laws: A Case of Convergence?’ in Yun Zhao and Michael Ng, Public Enforcement of Securities Laws: A Case of Convergence? (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 81-103.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Chao Xi, ‘Determinants of Public Securities Enforcement: An Empirical Assessment of Securities Enforcement Actions 1998-2016’ (Paper presented at Second Law and Finance Symposium on Credit, Technology and Financial Regulation, organized by East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, 1 July 2017).
  • Chao Xi, ‘What Motivates the Securities Regulators? An Empirical Assessment of Securities Enforcement Actions in China 1998-2016’ (Paper presented at 15th Annual Conference of the German Law and Economics Association, organized by the University of Marburg Faculty of Law, Marburg, Germany, 21-22 July 2017).
  • Chao Xi, ‘The UK Approach to Venture Capital Regulation: Its Implications for China’ (Paper presented at The Forum of 100 on Private Equity, organised by the Asset Management Association of China, Shenzhen, China, 6 July 2017).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Are Securities Regulators Biased? Empirical Evidence of Securities Enforcement Actions in China 1998–2016’ (Paper presented at Public lecture, organized by University of Cologne Institute of East Asian Studies, Cologne, Germany, 20 July 2017).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Biased Securities Regulators? Evidence from China’ (Paper presented at Public lecture, organized by the Finnish Center of Chinese Law and Chinese Legal Culture and Faculty of Law, Helsinki, Finland, 21 August 2017).
  • Chao Xi, ‘What Motivates the Securities Regulators? An Empirical Assessment of Securities Enforcement Actions in China 1998-2016’ (Paper presented at Fifth Annual Workshop for Corporate & Securities Litigation, organized by UCLA Law School, Los Angeles, United States of America, 20-21 October 2017).
  • Chao Xi, ‘The Determinants of Securities Enforcement: A Quantitative Approach’ (Paper presented at Conference on Data-Based Legal Research, organized by Tsinghua University Law School, Beijing, China, 23 December 2017).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Shareholder Activism and Corporate Sustainability in China: An Empirical Study’ (Paper presented at Symposium on the Cambridge Handbook of Corporate Law, Corporate Governance and Sustainability, Oslo, Norway, 12-14 March 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘A Risky Route? An Index-based Approach to Investing in Belt and Road Countries’ (Paper presented at Cross-Border Commercial Dispute Resolution: Trends, Risks and Opportunities for Businesses, Lawyers and States, co-organised by Renmin University of China’s Centre for Common Law and the Great Britain China Centre, Beijing, China, 20 March 2018).
  • Chao Xi, ‘Do Shareholders Care about Voting? Empirical Evidence from China’ (Paper presented at American Society of International Law International Legal Theory Interest Group (ILTIG) Symposium on When Corporate and International Law Meet: Corporate Agency in a Global Context, Washington, D.C., United States of America, 23 May 2018).

BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Yan Xu, ‘The State Salt Monopoly in China: Ancient Origins and Modern Implications’ in Peter Harris and Dominic de Cogan (eds), Studies in The History of Tax Law (Hart Publishing, 2017) 513-537.
  • Yan Xu, ‘The Taxation of Capital Gains in China’ in Michael Littlewood and Craig Elliffe (eds), Studies in the History of Tax Law, Volume 8 (Edward Elgar, 2017) Chapter 18.
  • Yan Xu, ‘Urbanisation and the Right of Living: the Role of Property Tax in Hong Kong’ in Zezong Xie (ed), Real Estate Tax: Law and Policy (Taiwan Yuanzhao Publishing House, 2017) 365-385.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Yan Xu, ‘Convergence and Divergence: the Imperial Foundations of China’s Path to a Modern Tax State’ (2017) 18(1) Australian Journal of Asian Law Article 5.
  • Yan Xu, ‘Foreign Tax Credits and the Complexity of Tax Law: China as a Case Study’ (2017) 46(2) Australian Tax Review 120-136.
  • Yan Xu, ‘Simple and Competitive: Proposed Tax Measures in Hong Kong’ (2018) 89(5) Tax Notes International 455-461.
  • Yan Xu, ‘Red China’s Green Ambition: Using Taxation and Emissions Trading to Address Pollution’ (2018) 89(9) Tax Notes International 793-799.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Yan Xu, ‘Maintaining the Competitiveness of Hong Kong Taxation System’, China Taxation News, State Administration of Taxation (China) 12 July 2017, Page B1.
  • Yan Xu, ‘Creating a Business Friendly Tax Environment: the Hong Kong Experience’, China Taxation News, State Administration of Taxation (China) 25 April 2018, Page B1.

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PAPERS

  • Yan Xu, ‘Exchange of Tax Information and Protection of Privacy’ (Paper presented at 4th International Taxation Forum on CRS and Jurisdictional Application, Xiamen, China, 15-16 July 2017).
  • Yan Xu, Joachim English, Piet Battiau, Rebecca Millar and Rita de la Feria, ‘International Indirect Taxation of Enterprise Services: Multilateral, Internal or Bilateral Approach’ (Paper presented at 71st Congress of the International Fiscal Association (IFA 2017), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 27 August – 1 September 2017).
  • Yan Xu, ‘The Interaction of Carbon Taxation and Emissions Trading in China: Limits of the Law’ (Paper presented at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics International Conference on Enhancing Environmental Law & Governance in China, Shanghai, 11-12 November 2017).
  • Yan Xu, ‘ETS and Carbon Taxation in China’ (Paper presented at CUHK and National University of Singapore International Conference on An Investment Perspective to Carbon Trading, Hong Kong, 17 November 2017).
  • Yan Xu, ‘Greening an Emerging Economy: Environmental Taxation in China’ (Paper presented at CUHK Institute of Environment, Energy and Sustainability Public Seminar, Hong Kong, 30 November 2017).
  • Yan Xu, ‘China’s Road and Belt Initiative and Innovation in International Tax Administration’ (Paper presented at China Law Society and China CPA Association: China Tax Law Forum, Shenzhen, China, 17 December 2017).
  • Yan Xu, ‘Scope of VAT: the Chinese System in Comparison to the EU VAT’ (Paper presented at WU Institute for Austrian and International Tax Law Conference on Court of Justice of the EU: Recent VAT Case Law, Vienna, Austria, 11-13 January, 2018).
  • Yan Xu, ‘International Taxation on Trade in Digital Services: A China Case Study’ (Paper presented at UNSW The 13th International Conference on Tax Administration, Sydney, Australia, 5-6 April 2018).
  • Yan Xu, ‘BEPS Practice around the Globe: the Case of Greater China’ (Paper presented at International Fiscal Association – Russia 2018 Congress, Moscow, Russian Federation, 9-14 April 2018).
  • Yan Xu, ‘Applying VAT to Cross-border Trade in Digital Services: the Place of Taxation’ (Paper presented at The 15th ASLI Conference on Law into the Future, Seoul, South Korea, 10-11 May 2018).
  • Yan Xu, ‘Indirect Taxation on Trade in Digital Services: Seeking Legal Certainty for Innovative Disruption’ (Paper presented at Harvard Law School IGLP Conference on Law in Global Political Economy, Cambridge, MA, United States of America, 2-3 June 2018).

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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • ‘Conflicts between Economic Regulation and Property Rights of Firms’ in The Sixth Commercial Law Forum for Young Scholars of Qinghua University: Prevention of Credit Risks of Chinese Local Governments (清华大学第六届青衿商法论坛 之地方政府债务风险防范化解研讨会) organized by Qinghua University, China (2018-06).

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BOOKS CHAPTERS

  • Zhao Yuhong, ‘Environmental Principles in China’ in Ludwig Krämer and Emanuela Orlando (eds), Principles of Environmental Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018) 424-436.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Zhao Yuhong, ‘Civil Legal Liabilities for Environmental Harm’ (Paper presented at International Conference on Environmental Damages, Chinese Society of Environmental Science, Beijing, 9-12 July 2017).
  • Zhao Yuhong, ‘Judicial Review and Public Participation in the EIA’ (Paper presented at Enhancing Environmental Law and Governance in China, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, China, 11-12 November 2017).
  • Zhao Yuhong, ‘Health, Environment and Law — Access to Safe Drinking Water’ (Paper presented at CUHK-USyd Collaborative Workshop on Planetary Health and Urbanization in China, University of Sydney, Australia, 7-8 June 2018).