Hong Kong Law Journal 1971 - 2021

Vol. 51, Part 1 of 2021


Judicial Responses to the National Security Law: HKSAR v Lai Chee Ying Johannes Chan 1
“Explosive Substances” that cannot Explode? Jiang Zixin 15
The Right to Life Hon Mr Justice Kemal Bokhary GBM, NPJ 23
Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Human Rights in Europe, Taiwan and Hong Kong Robert Wintemute 31
Copyright, Freedom of Speech and the Insult to the National Anthem Tianxiang He 53
Proportionality, Unreasonableness and a Unified Model: Reframing the Spectrum of Intensity of Judicial Review Shiling Xiao 85
Service Out and the Abela Interpretation in Hong Kong: The Triumph of Private Parties over Sovereignty Liam H. Y. Yuenw 115
“The Court” Rises: The New Use of Depersonalised Opinions on the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal Stuart Hargreaves 141
Fragmented before a Global Menace: WHO, COVID-19 and the Fragmentation of International Law Jaemin Lee 169
Lord Reed and Unjust Enrichment: A Correct(ive) Retreat from Expansionism Nguyen Sinh Vuong 203
China Law
The Reformed Individual Income Tax Law in China: A Move towards Equity? Jingyi Wang and Wilson W.S. Chow 249
Departmental Protectionism and Local Protectionism in China’s WTO Disputes Chenxi Wang 273
China’s Evolving Data Protection Law and the Financial Credit Information System: Court Practice and Suggestions for Legislative Reform Lu Yu and Björn Ahl 287
A Typology of Judicial Liability for Error in Chinese Courts Peter C.H. Chan and Huina Xiao 309
The Chinese Guiding Case System through the Lens of a CISG Case Qiao Liu 339
The Influence of Pre-Conviction Detention on Probation in China Xifen Lin,Sihong Liu and Yong Ma 363
Book Review
A Special Standing in the World: The Faculty of Law at The University of Hong Kong, 1969-2019John P. Burns 395
The Construction of Guilt in China: An Empirical Account of Routine Chinese InjusticeXin He 401

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