2006 Lawasia J. [i] (2006)

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1.    About LAWASIA                                                       iv
2.     Foreward from President, LAWASIA                                    vi
3.    Articles
Sorcery and the Criminal Law in Vanuatu                              I
Miranda Forsyth
When a Stranger Calls: Guidelines for Legal Services on Websites, Phone or E-mail  29
Frances Gibson and Francine Rochford
The Malaysian Constitution and its Identity Crisis - Secular or Theocratic?  47
Vanitha Sundra Karean
An Historical Review and Analysis: The Chinese Judiciary from the Revolution of
1949 to Date                                                        63
David Yiping Lu
Constitutional Interpretation in Hong Kong: Do Common Law Approaches Apply
When the National People's Congress Standing Committee Interprets the Basic Law?  99
Simon Marsden
Protecting Australia's Trade Mark Interests Through the Australia-China Free Trade
Agreement                                                          125
Leah Mauger and Natalie P Stoianoff
Mediation/Conciliation in the Malaysian Courts: with Specific Emphasis on Settlement
of Labour Disputes                                                 163
Ashgar All Ali Mohamed and Dato' Tan Yeak Hui
Family Courts in Pakistan in Search of 'Better Remedies' for Women and Children  191
Muhammad Amir Munir
The Relationship Between Economic Transition and Constitutional Government: the
Experience of the Republic of Maldives                             227
Athaulla A Rasheed
4.     Case Note
The Blind Masseurs' Case by Ann Black and Jeong-Seop Yoon          249
5.     Book Reviews
Human Rights in Asia by Ankush Sharma                              257
Mixed Blessings by Reid Mortensen                                  263
Reconciling Customary Law and Received Law in Melanesia by Don E Paterson  269
6.     Country Notes
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Law Society)              275
India                                                              285
Indonesia                                                          291
Japan                                                              297
Singapore                                                          317
7.     Notes for Contributors                                             323
8.    Joining LAWASIA                                                     324
9.     Subscribing to LAWASIA Journal                                     325

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