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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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Review of “Procedure and Evidence in International Arbitration” by Prof. J. Waincymer, Dispute Resolution International, Vol. 8, No. 1, May 2014

Kim M. Rooney (Reviewer)

2014

Review of “The Secretariat’s Guide to ICC Arbitration” and “Arbitration Under the 2012 ICC Rules – An Introductory User’s Guide” in the IBA’s “Dispute Resolution International”, Vol 7, No. 1, May 2013

Kim M. Rooney (Author)

2013

Snell’s Equity, 32nd Edition

Timothy Harry (Contributing Editor)

2008

Status Quo and Suggestions: Mutual Juridical Cooperation and Assistance in Civil and Commercial Matters between the Mainland and HKSAR, China Law, 02.2003 at p 74

2003

Sweet and Maxwell, Land Registration

Timothy Harry (Contributing Editor)

2004

Tech Innovations On The Privacy Edge – An Overview From A Legal, Sociological And Cultural Perspective In China, 68th American Bar Association Antitrust Law 2020 Spring Meeting, April 2020;

2020

The Annotated Ordinance of Hong Kong – Crimes Ordinance, Cap 200

Private: Denise Souza (Editor of Updates)

2020

The Annotated Ordinance of Hong Kong – Homicide Ordinance, Cap 339

Private: Denise Souza (Editor of Updates)

2020

The Annotated Ordinance of Hong Kong – Race Discrimination Ordinance, Cap 602

Private: Denise Souza (Editor of Updates)

2020

The Annotated Ordinance of Hong Kong – Rating Ordinance, Cap 116

Private: George Lam (Annotator (2003 -2020))

2020

The Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong: Inland Revenue Ordinance, Criminal Procedure Ordinance, Juvenile Offenders Ordinance, Summary Offences Ordinance, Registration of Local Newspapers Ordinance, Post Office Ordinance, Adoption Ordinance, Corporate Bodies Ordinance, Immigration Ordinance

Dr. Nisha Mohamed (Contributor)

2020

The Mainland/Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement, Hong Kong Lawyer, 09.2003 at p 77

2003

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