Centre for Comparative and Public Law

at the Faculty of Law, the University of Hong Kong

Linked with Cyd Ho Sau-lan – Hong Kong, China, and with Cyd Ho Sau-lan’s letter to Hong-Kong.

The Centre for Comparative and Public Law was established within the Faculty of Law of the University of Hong Kong in mid-1995. Its goals are to promote research in the fields of public and comparative law, and to disseminate the results of that research through publications and making materials available on-line. The Centre’s research projects include the international law implications of the resumption of Chinese sovereignty in 1997, including the Hong Kong treaty project, immigration law and practice, equality and the law in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Bill of Rights, human rights protection under the Basic Law and international human rights law. (full text).

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