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No research is ever quite complete. It is the glory of a good bit of work that it opens the way for something still better, and this repeatedly leads to its own eclipse. - Mervin Gordon

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Centre for Comparative and Public Law Human Rights Bulletin, Volume 4 Issue 2 & Volume 5 Issue 1

Griffith H.F. Cheng (Contributor)

2016 - 2017

“A Curious Case of HK Judicial Review on Appeal Procedures, One Too Many?” (2017) Nottingham Law Journal Vol 26 115-119

2017

“Legal Developments on the Right to be Forgotten – Is the Time Ripe for Hong Kong?” (2017) Hong Kong Law Journal Vol 47 847-870

2017

Halsbury’s Laws of Hong Kong: Immigration (Vol.215)

Dr. Nisha Mohamed (Co-Author)

2017

Email Scams: Urgent Action for Recovery of Funds

Nick Luxton (Author)

2017

“Conflict of Laws Issues in Arbitration” in “Hong Kong: A Practical Guide” Thomson & Reuters, 4th Ed., 2017; 3rd Ed., 2014; 2nd Ed., 2011

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2017

“Hong Kong’s Third Party Funding of Arbitration Law Reform and “Light Touch” Regulation” in the “New York Dispute Resolution Lawyer”, Spring 2017, Vol. 10, No. 1.

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2017

“Watch out! This is my personal data privacy” “注意 ! 這是我的個人資料私隱”CityU HK Press (Chinese edition)

2017

“Recent Legal Developments in Third Party Funding of Arbitration and Mediation In Hong Kong” in “Asian Dispute Review”, October 2017

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2017

Butterworths Hong Kong Copyright Law Handbook, 4th Edition

Richard Sham (Annotator)

2017

“Third Party Funding for Arbitration Final Report” of the Hong Kong Law Reform Commission, (co-author), 12 October 2016.

Kim M. Rooney (Co-Author)

2016

“Third Party Funding for Arbitration in Hong Kong: Law Reform Commission’s Final Report dated 12 October 2016”, “Hong Kong Lawyer”, December 2016

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2016

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