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The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and Violence against Women: Implications for Hong Kong by Andrew Byrnes, May 1999

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Language Rights in Education: A Study of Hong Kong's Linguistic Minorities by Sarah Carmichael, November 2009

Deference and the separation of powers: an assessment of the court's constitutional and institutional competences, by Cora Chan, 2011

Judicial deference at work: some reflections on Chan Kin Sum and Kong Yun Ming, by Cora Chan, 2010

Mainland mothers giving birth in Hong Kong, by Johannes Chan, 2012

Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, edited by Johannes Chan SC (Hon) & C.L. Lim, Hong Kong : Thomson Reuters Hong Kong Limited trading as Sweet & Maxwell, 2011

Chapter 16: Interpreting Constitutional Rights and Permissible Restrictions, by Johannes Chan & C.L. Lim, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

Hong Kong Human Rights Bibliography by Johannes M.M. Chan SC. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Law Journal Limited, 2006

Hong Kong's Constitutional Debates, edited by Johannes Chan & Lison Harris. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Law Journal Limited, 2005

Unauthorized and Damaging Disclosure of Protected Information: A Comment on the National Security (Legislative Provisions) Bill 2003 by Johannes Chan, July 2003

The Interaction of Public Law and International Human Rights Law: The Case of Hong Kong [in Chinese], by Albert Chen, 2011

International Human Rights Law and Domestic Constitutional Law: Internationalisation of Constitutional Law in Hong Kong, by Albert Chen, 2010

Unity and Plurality: The Basic Laws of the Special Administrative Regions under 'One Country, Two Systems', by Albert Chen, 2008

Human Rights in Asia: A Comparative Legal Study of Twelve Asian Jurisdictions, France and the USA by Randall Peerenboom, Carole J. Petersen and Albert H.Y. Chen, eds. London and New York: Routledge, 2006

Chapter 18: Right to a Fair Trial and the Criminal Process, by Simon Young & Sarah Cheng, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

Exercising Freedom of Speech behind the Great Firewall: A Study of Judges' and Lawyers' Blogs in China, by Anne Cheung, 2011

Hanging in a Balance: Freedom of Expression and Religion, by Puja Kapai & Anne Cheung, 2009

Freedom of Religion and Anti-Cult Policing in China – The Case of Falun Gong, by Benny Tai & Anne Cheung, 2002

Chapter 6: National Security, by Fu Hualing & Richard Cullen, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

The Development of Public Interest Litigation in China, by Fu Hualing & Richard Cullen, 2011

Electing Hong Kong's Chief Executive, by Simon Young & Richard Cullen, 2010

National Security Law in Hong Kong: Quo Vadis – A Study of Article 23 of the Basic Law of Hong Kong, by Fu Hualing & Richard Cullen, 2002

Media Freedom in Chinese Hong Kong, by Richard Cullen, 1998

National Security Law in China, by Fu Hualing & Richard Cullen, 1996

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Tibet and China's 'National Minority' Policies, by Michael Davis, Orbis, Vol. 56, No. 3, pp. 429-446, Summer 2012

Human Rights and India's Struggle Against Corruption, A Review Article, by Michael Davis, Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 34, pp. 624-627, 2012

Tibet, by Michael Davis, The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 2009, 2012

Repression, Resistance and Resilience in Tibet, by Michael Davis, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 12/2, pp. 29-38, Fall 2011

Chinese Policies in Tibet: Should India Remain Concerned?, by Michael Davis, Jindal Global Review, Vol. 2/2, pp. 79-98, 2011

The Political Economy and Culture of Human Rights in East Asia, by Michael Davis, Jindal Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 1/1, pp. 48-72, Fall 2011 (also in: Sarah Joseph and Adam McBeth, eds., Research Handbook on International Human Rights Law (London: Edward Elgar Publishers,), pp. 414-439, 2010)

Establishing a Workable Autonomy in Tibet, by Michael Davis, Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 30, pp. 227-58, June 2008

After the December Decision: Eight Hurdles on the Road to Full Democracy in Hong Kong, by Michael Davis, Hong Kong Journal, Vol. 10, April 2008

The Quest for Self-Rule in Tibet, by Michael Davis, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 18/4, pp. 157-171, October 2007

Constituting Democracy in Hong Kong – Ten Years On, by Michael Davis, China Perspectives, Vol. 2007/2, pp. 28-34, July 2007

Constitutionalism and the Politics of Democracy in Hong Kong, by Michael Davis, Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Vol. 30/2, pp. 165-177, Summer 2006

The Basic Law and Democratization in Hong Kong, by Michael Davis, Loyola University of Chicago International Law Review, Vol. 3/3, pp. 165-185, Spring 2006

Constitutionalism and Economic Development in Asia: Do Domestic Institutions Matter?, by Michael Davis in: D.K. Srivastava and C. Raj Kumar, eds., Human Rights and Development: Approaches to the Reform of Governance in Asia (Singapore: Butterworth/Lexis), Chapter 2, pp. 29-42, 2006

Constitutionalism and New Democracies, by Michael Davis, George Washington International Law Review, Vol. 36/3, pp. 681-693, 2004

East Asia After the Crisis: Human Rights, Constitutionalism and State Reform, by Michael Davis, Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 26/1, pp. 126-151, 2004

International Intervention in the Post-Cold-War World: Moral Responsibility and Power Politics, by Michael Davis, Dieter Sepp, Wolfgang Dietrich & Bettina Scholdan, (New York: M.E. Sharpe), 2004

The Basic Law, Human Rights and Democracy, Theory and Practice, by Michael Davis, in: Christine Loh, ed., Building Democracy: Creating Good Governance for Hong Kong (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press), Chapter 1, pp. 12-26, 2003

Constitutionalism and Asian Values [in Chinese], by Michael Davis, Nanjing University Law Review, Vol. 17, pp. 1-21, Spring 2002

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"Bureaucratic Justice: The Incarceration of Mainland Chinese Women Working in Hong Kong's Sex Industry", 51 (1) International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 2007, 1-16, by Laidler, Petersen & Emerton

"Trafficking of Mainland Chinese Women into Hong Kong Sex Industry: Problems of Identification and Response", Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, 2007:2, 35-84, by Emerton, Laidler & Petersen

"Filipina Nightclub Hostesses in Hong Kong: An Analysis of their Vulnerability to Trafficking and Human Rights Violations and a Comparison with the Situation of Foreign Domestic Helpers in Hong Kong" in Hewison and Young (eds), Transnational Migration and Work in Asia, Routledge London and New York: 2006, 126-143, by Emerton & Petersen

"Translating International and Regional Trafficking norms into Domestic Reality: A Hong Kong Case Study", 10 Buffalo Human Rights Law Review, 2004, 215-260, by Robyn Emerton

Migrant Nightclub/ Escort Workers in Hong Kong: An Analysis of Possible Human Rights Abuses by Robyn Emerton & Carole Petersen, April 2003

Trafficking of Women into Hong Kong for the Purpose of Prostitution: Preliminary Research Findings by Robyn Emerton, February 2001

Implementing the CEDAW Convention in Hong Kong: Gender Policy Analysis by Moana Erickson, June 1999

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Investigation and Conciliation of Discrimination Complaints in Hong Kong: Statistical Analysis of 451 Complaint Files and Commentary, by Carole J. Petersen, Janice Fong & Gabrielle Rush, July 2003

"Enforcing Equal Opportunities: Investigation and Conciliation of Discrimination Complaints in Hong Kong", by Carole J. Petersen, Janice Fong & Gabrielle Rush (2003)

Early Security Council Efforts at Nuclear Non-Proliferation Law and Policy: Cooperation Forgotten, by James Fry, 21 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 337-358, 2012

Of Pinpricks and Cannon Shots: UN Arms Embargoes and Peacekeeping as Coercive Disarmament Measuresby James Fry, 17 U.C. Davis Journal of International Law & Policy 213-232, 2011

Gas Smells Awful: UN Forces, Riot-Control Agents and the Chemical Weapons Convention, by James Fry, 31 Michigan Journal of International Law 475-559, 2010

Sovereign Equality under the Chemical Weapons Convention: Doughnuts over Holes, by James Fry, 15 Journal of Conflict & Security Law 45-63 (Oxford University Press), 2010

The Swindle of Fragmented Criminalization: Continuing Piecemeal Responses to International Terrorism and Al Qaeda, by James Fry, 43 New England Law Review 377-436, 2009

Dionysian Disarmament: Security Council WMD Disarmament and Arms Control Measures and their Legal Implications, by James Fry, 29 Michigan Journal of International Law 197-292, 2008

Arbitrating Arms Control Disputes, by James Fry 44 Stanford Journal of International Law 359-420, 2008

Coercion, Causation and the Fictional Elements of Indirect State Responsibility, by James Fry, 40 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 611-642, 2007

International Human Rights Law in Investment Arbitration: Evidence of International Law's Unity, by James D. Fry, 2007

Contextualized Legal Reviews for the Methods and Means of Warfare: Cave Combat and International Humanitarian Law, by James Fry, 44 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 453-519, 2006

The UN Security Council and the Law of Armed Conflict: Amity or Enmity?, by James Fry, 38 George Washington International Law Review 327-348, 2006

Terrorism as a Crime Against Humanity and Genocide: The Backdoor to Universal Jurisdiction, by James Fry, 7 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 169-200, 2002

Responses to terrorism in China, by Fu Hualing, in: Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, January 2012

Chapter 6: National Security, by Fu Hualing & Richard Cullen, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

The Development of Public Interest Litigation in China, by Fu Hualing & Richard Cullen, 2011

The Varieties of Law in China, by Fu Hualing, 2011

Access to justice in China: potentials, limits and alternatives (Legal Reforms in China and Vietnam: A comparison of Asian Communist regime), by Fu Hualing, 2010

Can OGI Take Off in China (Human Rights in China), by Fu Hualing, 2009

Dissolving Laojiao (Human Rights in China), by Fu Hualing, 2009

National Security and Fundamental Freedoms: Hong Kong's Article 23 Under Scrunity, edited by Fu Hualing, Carole J. Petersen & Simon N.M. Young, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, c2005

Group Submission to the Legislative Council, the Department of Justice, and the Security Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR on the National Security (Legislative Provisions) Bill, by Fu Hualing, Kelley Loper, Carole Petersen & Simon N.M. Young, May 2003

National Security Law in Hong Kong: Quo Vadis – A Study of Article 23 of the Basic Law of Hong Kong, by Fu Hualing & Richard Cullen, 2002

National Security Law in China, by Fu Hualing & Richard Cullen, 1996

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Freedom of Expression, Essays in honour of Nicolas Bratza, President of the European Court of Human Rights, including contributions by Lord Lester QC ('The right to offend') and Lech Garlicki ('Symbolic speech'), 2012

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Is Tibet Entitled to Self Determination? by Paul Harris, S.C. August 2008

Hong Kong's Constitutional Debates, edited by Johannes Chan & Lison Harris. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Law Journal Limited, 2005

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Chapter 21: Right to Privacy, Unlawful Search and Surveillance, by Michael Jackson, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

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Submission to the Government: Education of Ethnic Minority Children, by Puja Kapai, December 2011

The Human Rights of Women in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region by Puja Kapai, November 2011

A Principled Approach Towards Judicial Review: Lessons from W v Registrar of Marriages, by Puja Kapai, 2011

Building Inclusive Societies: the Role of Substantive Equality, Ideas of Justice and Deliberative Theory, by Puja Kapai, 2011

Chapter 23: Freedom of Conscience and Religious Belief, by Puja Kapai, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

Minority Women: A Struggle for Equal Protection Against Domestic Violence, by Puja Kapai, 2011

The Doctrine of Substantive Equality and the Democratisation of Diversity, by Puja Kapai, 2011

Book Chapter: The Human Rights of Women, by Puja Kapai, 2011

The Same Difference: Protecting Same-Sex Couples under the Domestic Violence Ordinance, by Puja Kapai, 2011

The Right to Freedom of Religion in the Hong Kong SAR, by Puja Kapai, 2010

Hanging in a Balance: Freedom of Expression and Religion, by Puja Kapai & Anne Cheung, 2009

Hong Kong Equal Opportunities Commission: Calling for a New Avatar, by Puja Kapai, 2009

The Same Difference: Protecting Same-Sex Couples under the Domestic Violence Ordinance, by Puja Kapai, 2009

Adjudicating Social Welfare Rights in Hong Kong, by Karen Kong, in: International Journal of Constitutional Law (ICON), Volume 10, Issue 2, Pp. 588-599, 2012

Chapter 25: Right to Social Welfare, by Karen Kong, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

Funding Public Interest Litigation in Hong Kong, by Karen Kong, 2009

Public Interest Litigation in Hong Kong: A New Hope for Social Transformation?, by Karen Kong, 2008

Costs in Public Interest Litigation: Whose Pocket Should be Picked?, by Karen Kong, 2008

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"Bureaucratic Justice: The Incarceration of Mainland Chinese Women Working in Hong Kong's Sex Industry", 51 (1) International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 2007, 1-16, by Laidler, Petersen & Emerton

"Trafficking of Mainland Chinese Women into Hong Kong Sex Industry: Problems of Identification and Response", Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, 2007:2, 35-84, by Emerton, Laidler & Petersen

Public Interest Litigation in Asia: An Overview, by Po Jen Yap & Holning Lau, 2011

Employment Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation: A Hong Kong Study, by Holning Lau & Rebecca L. Stotzer, May 2010

The discourse on ‘human dignity’ in the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China, by Benny Tai & Karen Lee, 2010

The Nature and Development on Laws on Sexuality, by Benny Tai & Karen Lee, 2006

Forced Labour and Debt Bondage in Hong Kong: A Study of Indonesian and Filipina Migrant Domestic Workers, by Peggy W.Y. Lee & Carole J. Petersen, May 2006

Freedom of Expression, Essays in honour of Nicolas Bratza, President of the European Court of Human Rights, including contributions by Lord Lester QC ('The right to offend') and Lech Garlicki ('Symbolic speech'), 2012

Chapter 16: Interpreting Constitutional Rights and Permissible Restrictions, by Johannes Chan & C.L. Lim, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, edited by Johannes Chan SC (Hon) & C.L. Lim, Hong Kong : Thomson Reuters Hong Kong Limited trading as Sweet & Maxwell, 2011

Upcoming – Research Paper 'Understanding Goodwin: W v Registrar of Marriages', by Athena Liu, 2012.

Exacerbating Corbett: W v Registrar of Marriages, by Athena Liu, Hong Kong Law Journal, Volume 41, Part 3, 2011

Reflections on a Master of Laws in Human Rights Program in Asia, by Kelley Loper, 2011 (In: Jefferson R. Plantilla, Human Rights Education in Asia-Pacific. Osaka, Japan, The Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center, 2011, 2: 215-224. Publication No.: 192121)

Right to Equality and Non-discrimination, by Kelley Loper, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

Substantive Equality in International Human Rights Law and Its Relevance for the Resolution of Tibetan Autonomy Claims, by Kelley Loper, 2011

The Application of the Anti-Discrimination Legislation, by Kelley Loper, 2011

W v Registrar of Marriages and the Right of Equality in Hong Kong, by Kelley Loper, 2011

Inclusion in Education: Recommendations for Legal Reform, by Kelley Loper, October 2010

Inclusion in Education: Final Project Report, by Kelley Loper, October 2010

Discrimination Law, by Kelley Loper, 2010

Equality and Inclusion in Education for Persons with Disabilities: Article 24 of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Implementation in Hong Kong, by Kelley Loper, 2010

Human Rights, Non-refoulement and the Protection of Refugees in Hong Kong, by Kelley Loper, 2010

Is There Space for "Genuine Autonomy" for Tibetan Areas in the PRC's System of Nationalities Regional Autonomy?, by Kelley Loper, 2010

Submission to the UN Committee to End Racial Discrimination (CERD),  by Kelley Loper, August 2009

Toward Comprehensive Refugee Legislation in Hong Kong? Reflections on Reform of the "Torture Screening" Procedures (comment), by Kelley Loper, 2009

Briefing on Hong Kong's Race Discrimination Bill to the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination, by Kelley Loper, February 2008

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back? The Dilemma of Hong Kong's Draft Race Discrimination Legislation, by Kelley Loper, 2008

Submission to Joint Meeting of the Legislative Council Panels on Welfare Services and Security on the situation of asylum seekers, refugees and claimants against torture in Hong Kong, by Kelley Loper, July 2006

Race and Equality: A Study of Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong's Education System by Kelley Loper, February 2004

Group Submission to the Legislative Council, the Department of Justice, and the Security Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR on the National Security (Legislative Provisions) Bill, by Fu Hualing, Kelley Loper, Carole Petersen & Simon N.M. Young, May 2003

Submission on the Proposals to Implement Article 23 of the Basic Law, by Carole Petersen & Kelley Loper, 17 December 2002

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Chapter 15: Basic Law, Hong Kong Bill of Rights and the ICCPR, by Dinusha Panditaratne, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

"Bureaucratic Justice: The Incarceration of Mainland Chinese Women Working in Hong Kong's Sex Industry", 51 (1) International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 2007, 1-16, by Laidler, Petersen & Emerton

"Trafficking of Mainland Chinese Women into Hong Kong Sex Industry: Problems of Identification and Response", Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, 2007:2, 35-84, by Emerton, Laidler & Petersen

"Filipina Nightclub Hostesses in Hong Kong: An Analysis of their Vulnerability to Trafficking and Human Rights Violations and a Comparison with the Situation of Foreign Domestic Helpers in Hong Kong" in Hewison and Young (eds), Transnational Migration and Work in Asia, Routledge London and New York: 2006, 126-143, by Emerton & Petersen

Forced Labour and Debt Bondage in Hong Kong: A Study of Indonesian and Filipina Migrant Domestic Workers, by Peggy W.Y. Lee & Carole J. Petersen, May 2006

Human Rights in Asia: A Comparative Legal Study of Twelve Asian Jurisdictions, France and the USA by Randall Peerenboom, Carole J. Petersen and Albert H.Y. Chen, eds. London and New York: Routledge, 2006

National Security and Fundamental Freedoms: Hong Kong's Article 23 Under Scrunity, edited by Fu Hualing, Carole J. Petersen & Simon N.M. Young, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, c2005

Investigation and Conciliation of Discrimination Complaints in Hong Kong: Statistical Analysis of 451 Complaint Files and Commentary, by Carole J. Petersen, Janice Fong & Gabrielle Rush, July 2003

Group Submission to the Legislative Council, the Department of Justice, and the Security Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR on the National Security (Legislative Provisions) Bill, by Fu Hualing, Kelley Loper, Carole Petersen & Simon N.M. Young, May 2003

Migrant Nightclub/ Escort Workers in Hong Kong: An Analysis of Possible Human Rights Abuses by Robyn Emerton & Carole Petersen, April 2003

"Enforcing Equal Opportunities: Investigation and Conciliation of Discrimination Complaints in Hong Kong", by Carole J. Petersen, Janice Fong & Gabrielle Rush (2003)

Submission on the Proposals to Implement Article 23 of the Basic Law, by Carole Petersen & Kelley Loper, 17 December 2002

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace by Carole Petersen, June 2002

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CCPL Rights Bulletin (Volume 1-2), 2010-2011

Investigation and Conciliation of Discrimination Complaints in Hong Kong: Statistical Analysis of 451 Complaint Files and Commentary, by Carole J. Petersen, Janice Fong & Gabrielle Rush, July 2003

"Enforcing Equal Opportunities: Investigation and Conciliation of Discrimination Complaints in Hong Kong", by Carole J. Petersen, Janice Fong & Gabrielle Rush (2003)

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Recent Developments in Hong Kong's Torture Screening Process, by Ché Singh Kochhar-George, Hong Kong Law Journal, Volume 42, Part 2 (p.385), 2012

Nepalese Gurkhas and their battle for equal rights, by Ché Singh Kochhar-George, October 2010

Employment Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation: A Hong Kong Study, by Holning Lau & Rebecca L. Stotzer, May 2010

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Amendment of the Basic Law as the Legal Solution, by Benny Tai, 2012

Constitutionalism and China: From Modernization and Cultural Change to see the Development of Constitutionalism in China, by Benny Tai, 2012

Law and Religion: The Hong Kong Model and its Adaptability to Mainland China, by Benny Tai, 2011

Models of Ombudsman and Human Rights Protection, by Benny Tai, 2011

The Relationship between Law and Religion in China: The ‘Beijing Shouwang Church Incident’, by Benny Tai, 2011

A New Chapter of Hong Kong’s Constitution: From Conflict to Consensus?, by Benny Tai, 2010

Constitutional Game: An Analytical for Constitutional Law and Constitutional Politics, by Benny Tai, 2010

The discourse on ‘human dignity’ in the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China, by Benny Tai & Karen Lee, 2010

In or Out? Seeing Exclusions from Constitutional Law from the analytical framework of constitutional game, by Benny Tai, 2009

The Hong Kong ombudsman and human rights protection revisited, by Benny Tai, 2009

Basic Law, Basic Politics: The Constitutional Game of Hong Kong, by Benny Tai, 2007

Models of Interaction between Law and Religion: An Overview, by Benny Tai, 2007

The Nature and Development on Laws on Sexuality, by Benny Tai & Karen Lee, 2006

The Status of Human Rights Protection in Hong Kong after Transition, by Benny Tai, 2005

The strategies of the Hong Kong Churches towards anti-discrimination legislation on sexual orientation, by Benny Tai, 2005

The Four Modalities of the Perception of Human Rights, by Benny Tai, 2004

The Constitutional Significance of half a million Hong Kong people marched in the Street, by Benny Tai, 2003

Freedom of Religion and Anti-Cult Policing in China – The Case of Falun Gong, by Benny Tai & Anne Cheung, 2002

Hong Kong Basic Law and Constitutional Positioning [in Chinese], by Benny Tai, 2002

The Principle of Minimum Legislation for Implementing Article 23 of the Basic Law, by Benny Tai, 2002

The Basic Law: Hong Kong's post-1997 constitutional framework, by Benny Tai, 1994

Status of the Reservation to the Right to Vote in Hong Kong by Seren S.T. Tang, March 2008

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Chapter 20: Freedom of Expression, by Po Jen Yap, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

Locus Standi and Public Interest Litigation in Hong Kong: A Comparative Perspective, by Po Jen Yap, 2011 (In: Po Jen Yap and Holning Lau, Public Interest Litigation in Asia. UK, Routledge, 2011, 35-56. Publication No.: 184886)

Public Interest Litigation in Asia: An Overview, by Po Jen Yap & Holning Lau, 2011

Understanding Public Interest Litigation in Hong Kong, by Po Jen Yap, 2008

Human Rights in Hong Kong Criminal Trials, by Simon Young, in: Criminal Evidence and Human Rights, 2012

Security laws for Hong Kong, by Simon Young, in: Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, January 2012

Chapter 18: Right to a Fair Trial and the Criminal Process, by Simon Young & Sarah Cheng, in: Law of the Hong Kong Constitution, 2011

Electing Hong Kong's Chief Executive, by Simon Young & Richard Cullen, 2010

Fundamental Rights and the Basic Laws of the Hong Kong and Macau Special Administrative Regions, by Simon Young, 2009

Chapter 19: Human Rights, by Simon Young, 2008

Sentencing, by Simon Young, 2008

Second Submission to Legislative Council's Security Panel on Police Undercover Operations for Vice Activities for Zi Teng, an organization working to protect the rights of sex workers, by Simon Young, September 2006

Administration's Response to Legislative Council's Security Panel on Police Undercover Operations for Vice Activities for Zi Teng, an organization working to protect the rights of sex workers, by Simon Young, September 2006

First Submission to Legislative Council's Security Panel on Police Undercover Operations for Vice Activities for Zi Teng, an organization working to protect the rights of sex workers, by Simon Young, April 2006

Hong Kong Basic Law Bibliography by Simon N.M. Young. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Law Journal Limited, 2006

National Security and Fundamental Freedoms: Hong Kong's Article 23 Under Scrunity, edited by Fu Hualing, Carole J. Petersen & Simon N.M. Young, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, c2005

Second Submission on the United Nations (Anti-Terrorism Measures) (Amendment) Bill 2003, by Simon Young, January 2004

Administration's Reponse to First Submission on the Untied Nations (Anti-Terrorism Measurs) (Amendment) Bill 2003, by Simon Young, November 2003

First Submission on the United Nations (Anti-Terrorism Measures) (Amendment) Bill 2003, by Simon Young, October 2003

"Knock, knock. Who's there?" – Warrantless Searches for Article 23 Offences by Simon Young, June 2003

Group Submission to the Legislative Council, the Department of Justice, and the Security Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR on the National Security (Legislative Provisions) Bill, by Fu Hualing, Kelley Loper, Carole Petersen & Simon N.M. Young, May 2003

Hong Kong's Anti-Terrorism Measures Under Fire, by Simon Young, January 2003

"Book Review: Introduction to the International Criminal Court by William Schabas", 33 Hong Kong Law Journal 508-511, by Simon Young, 2003

Obligations to Surrender Accused to the International Criminal Court: The Case of the Hong Kong SAR as a Non-State Party, by Simon Young, 2002

Surrendering the Accused to the International Criminal Court, by Simon Young, 71 British Yearbook of International Law 317-356, 2000

 

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