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41 Hong Kong L.J. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/honkon41 and id is 1 raw text is: HONG KONG LAW JOURNAL 4i*W fi
Founded 1971; incorporating commentaries on Chinese law
Chief Justice Li: A Tribute Sir Anthony Mason                                1
Focus: What's so unusual about W?
Introduction                                                                 5
Deference and the Separation of Powers: An Assessment
of the Court's Constitutional and Institutional
Competences Cora Chan                                                     7
Objectification and Transgender Jurisprudence:
The Dictionary as Quasi-Statute Christopher Hutton                       27
A Principled Approach Towards Judicial Review: Lessons
from W v Registrar of Marriages Puja Kapai                               49
Misapplication of ECHR Jurisprudence in W v Registrar
of Marriages Holning Lau and Derek Loh                                   75
W v Registrar of Marriages and the Right to Equality
in Hong Kong Kelley Loper                                                89
Changing One's Legal Gender in Europe - The 'W' Case
in Comparative Perspective Jens M. Scherpe                              109
Doing Things with the Past: A Critique of the Use of
History by Hong Kong's Court of First Instance in
W v Registrar of Marriages Marco Wan                                    125
Transgender science: How Might it Shape the Way We
Think about Transgender Rights? Dr. Sam Winter                          139
Whistle-Blowing and Compulsory Medical Examinations:
Recent Developments in Australian Public
Sector Employment Law and their Relevance
to Hong Kong Louise Willans Floyd                                       155
Let the Mainland Speak: A Positivist Take on the
Congo Case Oliver Jones                                                 177
The Bank and the $10 Million Banknote
Henry Litton and Charles Banner                                         203
The Source of the Source Problem in Hong Kong
(and How to Respond to it) Antonietta Wong                              225
Chinese Law
The Regulation of Securities Offerings in China: Reconsidering
the Merit Review Element in Light of the Global
Financial Crisis Robin Hui Huang                                        261
The Role of the WTO in Limiting China's Censorship
Policies Michael Ting                                                   285
Book Reviews
Taxation Without Representation: The History of Hong Kong's Troubling
Successful Tax System, Michael Littlewood Wilson W. S. Chow             303
Human Rights, Southern Voices, W. Twining Nina H. B. J~rgensen             305
British Rule in China: Law and Justice in Weihaiwei 1898-1930,
Carol G S Tan. Billy K. L. So                                           311
VOLUME 41 m PART 1 m 2011

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