1 City U. H.K. L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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CONTENTS


Articles

Abolition of the Death Penalty: China in World Perspective

The Administration of Justice and Human Rights

The Challenge of Civil Justice Reform:
Effective Court Management of Litigation

The Latin American Amparo Proceeding and
the Writ of Amparo in the Philippines

A European Glance on the Notion of Citizenship


       Roger Hood

   David Weissbrodt


   Adrian Zuckerman


Allan Brewer-Carias

     Markus Kotzur


Notes

Prosecuting Genocide at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal  Anees Ahmed and Ilze Tralmaka 105

Vicarious Liability and the Close Connection Test:
The Past, Present, and Future                           Alex Ching Kong Ma 117

Respecting the Closet:
Sexual Harassment between the Same Sex                 Sunny Sing Nam Chan 135


Legal Developments - Hong Kong and Mainland China

Legal Development in Hong Kong in 2009:
A Review                                        Michael Beck

PRC Legislation in the First Half of 2009:
A Saga of Well-structured Legal Reform Continues


Book Reviews

A Guide to Civil Procedure in Hong Kong (Michael Wilkinson,
Eric TM Cheung and Christine Booth)                       A

Criminal Law (Michael Jefferson)

Textbook on Contract Law (Jill Poole)

Law of Tort (John Cooke)

Letters to a Law Student:
A Guide to Studying Law at University (Nicholas J McBride)


ett and Anna Koo 155


   Wenwai Guan 163






drian Zuckerman 175

     Jack Burke 178

        Jojo Mo 180

        Sara Tsui 182


 Sushma Sharma 184

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