Special Edition of Halsbury’s Law of Hong Kong on Constitutional and Human Rights Law
Author(s): The Hon Mr Justice Kemal Bokhary, Professor Johannes Chan
A Special Edition celebrating the 20th anniversary of Halsbury's Laws of Hong Kong.
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It is wholly fitting that this volume on Constitutional Law and Human Rights is being used to mark the 20th anniversary of Halsbury's Laws of Hong Kong. The advent of Halsbury’s in Hong Kong is a landmark in our law. And our constitutional and human rights law is, more than any other aspect of our legal system, noteworthy for its landmarks from the beginning of the British era right up the present time.
Cited in many superior court judgments, Halsbury’s Law of Hong Kong has gained, and continues to command in its reputation for providing comprehensive, accurate and authoritative statements on Hong Kong laws.
Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Halsbury’s Laws of Hong Kong, LexisNexis is proud to publish a Special Edition on Constitutional Law and Human Rights law. Looking to the past, present and future, this volume aims to help guide you through the intricacies of these subjects, and serve as a reminder of their importance in the rapid development of Hong Kong’s legal landscape.
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Human Rights Law