ANTI-TERRORISM​

PUBLICATIONS

Responses to terrorism in China, by Fu Hualing, in: Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, January 2012

 

Security laws for Hong Kong, by Simon Young, in: Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, January 2012

 

The Swindle of Fragmented Criminalization: Continuing Piecemeal Responses to International Terrorism and Al Qaeda,by James Fry, 43 New England Law Review 377-436, 2009

 

Hong Kong's Anti-Terrorism Measures Under Fire, by Simon Young, January 2003

 

Terrorism as a Crime Against Humanity and Genocide: The Backdoor to Universal Jurisdiction, by James Fry, 7 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 169-200, 2002

 

SUBMISSIONS TO GOVERNMENT

 

Submissions on the United Nations (Anti-Terrorism Measures) (Amendment) Bill 2003First Submission, by Simon Young, October 2003

 

Administration's Reponse to First Submission, by Simon Young, November 2003

 

Second Submission, by Simon Young, January 2004

 

Submissions by other parties can be found on the LegCo Bills Commitee website.

 

In the Shadow of the Law, A Report by the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group in response to Justice Canada's 1st annual report on the application of the Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36), May 2003

 

EVENTS

 
 

FAIR TRIAL

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE

PUBLICATIONS

Early Security Council Efforts at Nuclear Non-Proliferation Law and Policy: Cooperation Forgotten, by James Fry, 21 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 337-358, 2012

Of Pinpricks and Cannon Shots: UN Arms Embargoes and Peacekeeping as Coercive Disarmament Measures, by James Fry, 17 U.C. Davis Journal of International Law & Policy 213-232, 2011

Gas Smells Awful: UN Forces, Riot-Control Agents and the Chemical Weapons Convention, by James Fry, 31 Michigan Journal of International Law 475-559, 2010

Sovereign Equality under the Chemical Weapons Convention: Doughnuts over Holes, by James Fry, 15 Journal of Conflict & Security Law 45-63 (Oxford University Press), 2010

The Swindle of Fragmented Criminalization: Continuing Piecemeal Responses to International Terrorism and Al Qaeda, by James Fry, 43 New England Law Review 377-436, 2009

Dionysian Disarmament: Security Council WMD Disarmament and Arms Control Measures and their Legal Implications, by James Fry, 29 Michigan Journal of International Law 197-292, 2008

Arbitrating Arms Control Disputes, by James Fry,  44 Stanford Journal of International Law 359-420, 2008

Coercion, Causation and the Fictional Elements of Indirect State Responsibility, by James Fry, 40 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 611-642, 2007

Contextualized Legal Reviews for the Methods and Means of Warfare: Cave Combat and International Humanitarian Law, by James Fry, 44 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 453-519, 2006

The UN Security Council and the Law of Armed Conflict: Amity or Enmity?, by James Fry, 38 George Washington International Law Review 327-348, 2006

"Book Review: Introduction to the International Criminal Court by William Schabas", 33 Hong Kong Law Journal 508-511, by Simon Young, 2003

Terrorism as a Crime Against Humanity and Genocide: The Backdoor to Universal Jurisdiction, by James Fry, 7 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 169-200, 2002

Obligations to Surrender Accused to the International Criminal Court: The Case of the Hong Kong SAR as a Non-State Party, by Simon Young, 2002

Surrendering the Accused to the International Criminal Court, by Simon Young, 71 British Yearbook of International Law 317-356, 2000

RIGHTS TALK SEMINARS

 

POLICE POWERS

PUBLICATIONS

NEWS ARTICLES

SUBMISSIONS TO GOVERNMENT

Submission to Legislative Council's Security Panel on Police Undercover Operations for Vice Activities for Zi Teng, an organization working to protect the rights of sex workers: 

 

First Submission, by Simon Young, April 2006

 

Administration's Response, by Simon Young, September 2006

 

Second Submission, by Simon Young, September 2006

EVENTS

 

RIGHTS TALK SEMINARS

EVENTS

 

PROJECTS

COVERT SURVEILLANCE IN AN AGE OF PRIVACY

This project examined covert surveillance regulatory systems in overseas jurisdictions from theoretical and practical perspectives with a view to assessing the existing regulatory model adopted in HK in 2006 following the enactment of the Interception and Covert Surveillance Ordinance (Cap. 589)

 

FACULTY EXPERTISE

 

Johannes Chan

Simon Young

Michael Jackson

This project is supported by the HKU Knowledge Exchange Fund granted by the University Grants Committee.