1. Introduction; 2. Reasons for convergence; 3. Convergence on structured proportionality; 4. Convergence on innovative constitutional remedies; 5. Limits on convergence; 6. Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Explains why the constitutional jurisprudence of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South Korea is converging, and provides analysis of relevant case law.
Po Jen Yap is a Professor of Law at The University of Hong Kong. He is an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore and an Attorney at Law in the State of New York, USA. He is the author of Constitutional Dialogue in Common Law Asia (2015) and Courts and Democracies in Asia (2017). Chien-Chih Lin is an Associate Research Professor at Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica (Taiwan). He has published in multiple law journals and edited volumes, including The Oxford Handbook of Constitutional Law in Asia, American Journal of Comparative Law, and International Journal of Constitutional Law. He is the book review editor of the International Journal of Constitutional Law.