Publications

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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“Enforcement of Hong Kong Arbitral Awards in India” in the IBA’s “Arbitration Newsletter”, March 2012 (co-author)

Kim M. Rooney (Co-author)

2012

New Zealand Administrative Reports (NZAR)

(Case Reporter)

2012

“UK/Hong Kong: Inconsistent judgments on contractual waiver of state immunity” in “Global Arbitration Review”, Vol. 6, Issue 6, 2011

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2011

Lexis Nexis’ volume entitled “Hong Kong Encyclopedia of Forms and Precedents, Dispute Resolution-Arbitration & Mediation”, 2011 (co-author).

Kim M. Rooney (Co-author)

2011

“The New Arbitration Law in Hong Kong” in the IBA’s “Arbitration Newsletter”, March 2011

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2011

Discrimination Law and Practice in Hong Kong

Private: Annie Leung (Co-author)

2011

“Treaty Arbitration – Is it a real alternative for China Investment Disputes?” in “Transnational Dispute Management”, December 2010

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2010

“The 2009 ASEAN Comprehensive Investment Agreement” in the IBA’s “Dispute Resolution International”, Vol 4, No. 2, October 2010

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2010

Brief for Judges of CIETAC Arbitration Mooting Competition 2010

Private: Vicky Chung (Researcher) and ()

2010

Colinvaux’s Law of Insurance (Hong Kong)

Dr. Nisha Mohamed (Co-Author)

2009

“HKIAC’s New Administered Arbitration Rules”, Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 27 May 2009

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2009

“Resolving Business Disputes in Today’s China Investor-State Arbitration and China: The “New, New Thing?” in “Business Disputes in China”, Juris Publishing, 1st edition, 2007, and 2nd Edition, 2009

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2009

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