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Publication of Volume 9, Issue 2 of The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law


The Centre for Chinese and Comparative Law is proud to announce the publication of Issue 9(2) (2021) of The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law (CJCL). This issue includes the following articles: Chao Xi, “Shareholder Voting and COVID-19: The China Experience”; Liuyang He, Hui Li, "Failed It or Nailed It: A Historical-Comparative Analysis of Legislating Bushmeat Ban in China"; Dat T Bui, "A Quest for Due Process Doctrine in Vietnamese Law: From Soviet Legacy to Global Constitutionalism"; Arthur R Lee, Joshua Yeung, "Semblance and Separation: Comparing the Law of Unjust Enrichment in Hong Kong and England"; Williams C Iheme, "The Perilously Racist Carceral System in America and Its Perpetuation of Police Brutality against Black People"; Connie H Y Lee, Joshua YeungReconsidering the ‘Conduit Pipe’ Defence to Unjust Enrichment Claims for Intermediary Recipients"; and Jaakko Husa, "Constitutional Biography of Hong Kong and Ambiguities of One Country, Two Systems Policy".The CJCL is an independent, peer-reviewed general comparative law journal published under the auspices of the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL) with its Editorial Office currently based in the Centre for Chinese and Comparative Law of the School of Law, City University of Hong Kong. CCCL Deputy Director Professor Liu Qiao and Director Professor Wang Jiangyu serve as the joint Editors-in-Chief of the CJCL. Find more of the new issue here: