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Criminal Act 1990
Criminal Code 1985
Human Rights Act 1998
Obscene Articles Tribunal
balance of convenience
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breach of trust
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deprivation of democracy
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mandating procedural requirements
politicization of judicial process
risk of injustice
rule of law
separation of powers
July 6, 2016
Oscar Wilde once famously defended the artistic value of his hedonistic and homoerotic literature against moral judgment: “[t]here is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written, or badly written. That is all...
Concretizing “progressive realization”- A new perspective on assessing the state fulfillment on economic and social rights obligations
November 25, 2016
An Authentic Principle yet to be Authenticated: The Equal Legal Authenticity of Chinese and English Language in Hong Kong
November 2, 2016
Latecomer and Pioneer: The Prospect of Constructing a Fair Online Copyright Regime in Hong Kong by Transplanting the Notice and Takedown Mechanism fro...
September 12, 2016
Does greater compliance with the Rule of Law make a Legal System better?
August 22, 2016
Might we have a moral duty not to obey the law?
Can Hong Kong Secede?
The Delusion of Self-Determination
August 4, 2016
Is Civil Disobedience ever justified and still effective: Through the Lens of the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong
July 26, 2016
The Application of Proportionality Test in Hong Kong Public Law
The HKU injunction reimagined: Press freedom protection in confidentiality cases
July 12, 2016
Hong Kong Court’s role in judicial review of legislative process: reassessing the Hong Kong jurisprudence and the relevance of the Israeli experience
“No Artist is Ever Morbid”: How Far are Artistic Creations Protected under Current Hong Kong Laws?
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