Date: 18 Jul 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 2:00pm – 5:30pm

This seminar explores the possible extraterritorial application of the Hong Kong National Security Law (NSL) based on both the personality principle and protective principle. Speakers in the panel will identity the reach and potential overreach of this long-arm legislation and examine legal and diplomatic challenges that the NSL may face in implementation.

Moderator 主持人 :

Albert Chen 陳弘毅
Cheng Chan Lan Yue Professor in Constitutional Law, HKU Faculty of Law (香港大學法律學院鄭陳蘭如憲法學講座教授)
Member, the Hong Kong Basic Law Committee of the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (全國人大常委會香港基本法委員會委員)

Speakers 講者:

China’s Long Arm Legislation 中國的長臂管轄立法
Fu Hualing 傅華伶
Dean, Warren Chan Professor of Human Rights and Responsibilities, HKU Faculty of Law (香港大學法律學院陳志海基金講座教授、院長)

Protective Jurisdiction and Hong Kong’s National Security Law 保護管轄和港區國安法
Ling Bing 凌兵
Professor of Chinese Law, The University of Sydney Law School (悉尼大學法學院教授)

Extraterritorial Effect of the HK National Security Law 港區國安法的域外效力
Li Zhaojie 李兆杰
Professor of International Law at Tsinghua University School of Law (清華大學法學院國際法教授)

Extraterritorial Effect of the Hong Kong’s National Security Law: Some Comparisons 港區國安法的域外效力: 一些比較
Peter Chau 周兆雋
Assistant Professor, HKU Faculty of Law (香港大學法律學院助理教授)