Hong Kong Law Journal 1971 - 2017

Vol. 34, Part 1 of 2004

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
Some Thoughts on Constitutional Reform in Hong Kong Johannes Chan 1
ANALYSIS
Sentencing for Drug Offences in Hong Kong: An Overview Stefan H. C. Lo, Ian Dobinson and Wing Hong Chui 13
Master of One’s Own Court P. Y. Lo 47
Singapore, “Shared Values” and Law: Non East Versus West Constitutional Hermeneutic Benedict Sheehy 67
ARTICLES
Judges and Judicial Power Under the Hong Kong Basic Law Peter Wesley-Smith 83
Restricting Basic Law Rights in Hong Kong Simon N. M. Young 109
Justice and the Law: The Evolving Role of the Lawyer Hon. Mr Justice Bokhary PJ 133
CHINESE LAW
Parallel Importation of Trademarked Goods in Hong Kong and China Cindy Wai Chi Wong 151
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 187
Multipliers 200
REVIEW ARTICLES
Regulation, Colin Scott Paul Salembier 201
China’s Long March Toward Rule of Law, Randall Peerenboom Fu Hua Ling 205
Self-Censorship and the Struggle for Press Freedom in Hong Kong, Anne S. Y. Cheung Richard Cullen 209
Corporate Insolvency Law: Perspectives and Principles, Vanessa Finch Charles D. Booth 214


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Vol. 34, Part 2 of 2004

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
The Constitutional Controversy of Spring 2004 Albert H. Y. Chen 215
ANALYSIS
Charge Over Book Debts – The Question Of Control Jessica Young 227
ARTICLES
Neither Here nor There: The Current Status of Transsexual and Other Transgender Persons Under Hong Kong Law Robyn Emerton 245
Judicial Independence Under the Basic Law Berry F.C. Hsu 279
Balancing the Scales: a Statutory Business Judgment Rule for Hong Kong? Douglas M. Branson and Low Chee Keong 279
How the International Financial System, to its Detriment, Differs from National Systems, and What We Can Do About It Ross P. Buckley 321
Convergence of Civil Law and Common Law Contracts in the Space Field Julian Hermida 339
CHINESE LAW
Online Dispute Resolution for E-commerce in China: Present Practices and Future Developments Xue Hong 377
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 401
Multipliers 418
REVIEW ARTICLES
The National People’s Congress of China, Jiang Jinsong Albert H. Y. Chen 419
International Crimes, Nikos Passas Ilaria Bottigliero 423
Objectivity in Ethics and Law, Michael Moore Raymond Wacks 429


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Vol. 34, Part 3 of 2004

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
Putting the Cat Among the Pigeons: The Politics of the Referendum Yash Ghai 433
The Illusion of Proportionate Liability: The Case of the Incorporated Owners of Albert House Rick Glofcheski 451
ANALYSIS
Racial Equality and the Law: Creating an Effective Statute and Enforcement Model for Hong Kong Carole J. Petersen 459
Muddying the Waters? The Water Pollution Control Ordinance and Defining Pollution of Rivers and Streams in Hong Kong Amanda Whitfort and David Dudgeon 481
Is Mistake Dead in Contract Law? Desmond Gerard Greenwood 495
ARTICLES
Time For Change: A Call For The Legal Recognition of Transsexual and Other Transgender Persons in Hong Kong Robyn Emerton 515
To Be or Not To Be: Recognition of Same-sex Partnerships in Hong Kong Bart Rwezaura 557
A Defendant’s “Good Character” in a Criminal Trial Janice Brabyn 581
Rethinking the Power of Determination of the Telecommunications Authority in the Context of Interconnection Disputes Wong Ka Yu, Joeson 615
CHINESE LAW
Lawyers, Trial by Jury and Other Aspects of Criminal Justice in the Leased Territory of Weihaiwei Carol G.S. Tan 637
REVIEW ARTICLES
A Life of H. L. A. Hart: The Nightmare and the Noble Dream, Nicola Lacey Raymond Wacks 661
Re-Imagining Justice: Progressive Interpretations of Formal Equality, Rights, and the Rule of Law, Robin L. West Carole J. Petersen 667
Deliberation and Decision: Economics and Deliberative Democracy, Anne van Aaken, Christian List and Christopher Luetge (eds) Sonny Shiu-hing Lo 673
Pirates in the Middle Kingdom: The Art of Trademark War, Loke-Khoon Tan Hong Xue 675


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