傅华伶

教授

教研领域

简介

Doctor of Jurisprudence  Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Toronto, Canada

2012  Hauser Global Visiting Professor, NYU (invited)

2013  Distinguished  Visiting  Professor,  University  of Pennsylvania School of Law

2017 Visiting Professor, Michigan Law School (invited)


Prizes and Awards

“Re-education through Labour in Historical Perspective” (2005) 184 The China Quarterly 811-830

-  2005 Gordon White Award from The China Quarterly

-  2005 Research Output Prize from The University of Hong Kong


Other Professional Services


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Members: Mainland Affairs Committee, the Law Society of Hong Kong (2003- 2005)

                 Hong Kong University Press Committee (2012-2013)

Co-Editor:  Hong Kong Law Journal (Chinese Law) (2003-)

Co-Editor:  SSRN E-Journal of Chinese Law (2018-)

Co-Series Editor:  The Rule of Law in China and Comparative Perspectives, Routledge (2017- )

Director:  Centre for Comparative and Public Law (2004-2006)

Head:  Department of Law, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong (2008-2010)

           Associate Dean  Faculty of Law (China Affairs, 2014-2019)


Manuscript review:

Asian Journal of Comparative Law, Asian Journal of Comparative Politics, Asian Journal of

Criminology, Asian Journal of Law and Society, Asian Survey, Australian Journal of Asian

Law, Australian Journal of Human Rights, Brill, Business and Politics; China Information;

Current Chinese Affairs, Journal of Comparative Law, Journal of Comparative Criminal

Justice, Cambridge University Press, China Perspectives, China Review, Critical Criminology,

Gofs Research Paper Series, Police Studies, The China Quarterly, The China Journal, Australian

Journal of International Law, Global Constitutionalism; Hong Kong Law Journal, Hong Kong

University Press, Human Rights Watch, Human Rights in China, Journal of Criminal Justice,

Law and Social Inquiry, Modern China,Law & Society Review, South African Journal of

Criminal Justice, Studies of Post-Communism, Journal of Law and Social Inquires, Yale Law

Journal, International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology


Consultancy:

The Asian Foundation (evaluating the Foundation’s legal aid projects in China, 2005)

Danish Centre for Human Rights (advising on its criminal justice research project 2005)

The UK Secretary for Foreign and Commonwealth Office (evaluating six of its rule of law projectsin the mainland and Hong Kong, 2007)

Raoul Wallenberg Institute (advising on its police and prosecution cooperation project, 2005 and 2007)

UNICEF (legal and policy review of AIDS testing in China, 2007)

American Bar Association (evaluating ABA rule of law projects in China, 2008)

Access to Justice in Rural China (managing a donor project in three Chinese provinces, 2008-

2010)

The Rights Practice (TRP) (evaluating TRP’s duty lawyers and on-site procurators project in

Hubei Province, 2013)

Ford Foundation (evaluating the Foundation’s legal assistance to China since 1979, 2018-2019)


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Publications in English

Books

Bryan Bachner and Fu Hualing (eds.) Commercial Law in the PRC (Butterworths, 1995)

H L Fu and Richard Cullen Media Law in the PRC (Asia Law and Practice, Hong Kong, 1996)

Johannes Chan, H L Fu and Yash Ghai (eds.) 

Constitutional Debate on the Right of Abode:

Conflict on the Approach to Interpretation (Hong Kong University Press, 2000, English and

Chinese)

Fu Hualing, Carole Peterson and Simon Young (eds.) National Security and Fundamental

Freedoms: Hong Kong’s Article 23 Under Scrutiny (Hong Kong University Press, 2005)

Fu Hualing, Lison Harris and Simon Young (eds.) The Struggle for Coherence: Constitutional

Interpretation in Hong Kong (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008).

Fu Hualing and Zhu Guobin, Constitutional Rights and Constitutionalism: Research on

Contemporary Chinese Constitutional Problems (Hong Kong University Press, 2011, in Chinese).

Jean Philippe Beja, Fu Hualing and Eva Pils, Liu Xiaobo, Charter 08 and the Limits of China’s

Political Reform (Hong Kong University Press, 2012).

Fu Hualing and John Gillespie (eds.) Resolving Land Disputes in East Asia: Exploring the Limit

of Law (Cambridge University Press, 2014).

Fu Hualing and Michael Palmer (eds.) Mediation in Contemporary China: Continuity and Change

2015 5 (2) Journal of Comparative Law (Special Issue) pp 1-276; Wildy, Simonds &      Hill Publishing, 2017)

Hualing Fu, John Gillespie, Pip Nicholson and William Edmund Partlett (eds) Socialist Law in Socialist East Asia (Cambridge University Press, 2018)

Hualing Fu, Xianchu Zhang, and Michael Palmer (eds.) Transparency Challenges Facing China (Wildy, Simonds & Hill Publishing, 2019)

Weitseng Chen and Fu Hualing (eds.) Authoritarian Legality in Asia (Cambridge University

Press, 2019, forthcoming).

Journal Articles:

Fu Hualing, “Police Reform and Its Implication for Chinese Social Control” (1990) 14 (1) International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 247-256.

Fu Hualing, “Patrol Police: A Recent Development in the People’s Republic of China” (1990)

13 Police Studies 111-117.

Fu Hualing, "Police Accountability: The PRC Case." Police Studies (Vol. 14, No. 3, Fall 1991,

pp 140-151)

Fu Hualing, “Juvenile Delinquency in Post-Mao China” (1992) 16 International Journal of

Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice 263-272.

Fu Hualing, "Police Accountability: The PRC Case." Police Studies (Vol. 14, No. 3, Fall 1991,

pp 140-151)

Fu Hualing, "The Judicial Assistant System in Rural China." Issues and Studies (Vol. 28, No. 4,

1992, pp.23-45)


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Fu Hualing, “Understanding People's Mediation in Post Mao China." Journal of Chinese Law

(Vol. 16, No. 2, Fall, 1992, pp. 211-246)

Fu Hualing "China's Security Service Company." Journal of Security Administration (Vol 16,

No. 2, December 1993, pp. 35-44)

H L Fu "A Bird in the Cage: Police and Political Leadership in PRC." Policing and Society (Vol.

4, 1994, pp. 277-291)

H L Fu, "A Case for Abolishing Shelter for Examination: Judicial Review and Police Powers in

China." Police Studies (Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 41-60)

H L Fu and Richard Cullen, "China's National Security Law" (1996) 34 Columbia Journal of

Transnational Law pp. 449-486)

H L Fu "Sedition and Political Dissidence: Towards Legitimate Dissent in China?" (1996) Hong

Kong Law Journal pp. 210-233.

Richard Cullen and H L Fu "Fiscal Reform in China: Implication for Hong Kong" (1997) 19

Loyola International and Comparative Law Journal 389-412

H L Fu "Sedition in Common Law: Lesson for China and Lessons for the West", Law Year Book

1995-1996 (City University of Hong Kong Law Department Society), 16-25.

H L Fu and Richard Cullen, "A Market Place of Centrally Planned Ideas" (1996) 18 Delhi Law

Review, reprinted in Parman and Singh (eds) Legal Dimensions of Free Market Economy.

H L Fu and Richard Cullen, "Regulating the Established Press in China" (1996) 5 Hong Kong

Journal of Public Administration 121-152

H L Fu "The Relevance of Chinese Criminal Law to Hong Kong and its Residents" (1997) 27

Hong Kong Law Journal 229-246.

Richard Cullen and H L Fu, "Seeking Theory from Experience: Media Regulation in China",

(1998) 5 Democratization 155-178.

H L Fu "Criminal Defence in China: The Possible Impact of the 1996 Criminal Procedural Law

Reform", (1998) 153 The China Quarterly 31-48.

H L Fu and Richard Cullen, "The Law of Defamation in China", (1998) 11 Transnational Lawyers

1-22.

Richard Cullen and H L Fu, “Some Limitations in the Basic Law Exposed.” (1999) 22 China

Perspectives 54.

H L Fu and Pinky Choy “Unlawful Detention in the Mainland and the concerns of Hong Kong,”

(2000) 30 Hong Kong Law Journal pp. 290-303.

H L Fu, Richard Cullen and Pinky Choy, “Curbing the Enemies of the State: What does Article

23 Require?” (2001-2002) “5 Journal of Chinese and Comparative Law pp. 45-72

H L Fu and Richard Cullen, “National Security Law in Hong Kong: Quo Vadis: A study of Article

23 of the Basic Law of Hong Kong,” (2002) 19 UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal pp. 185-230

H L Fu and Richard Cullen, “Political Policing in Hong Kong,” (2003) 33 Hong Kong Law

Journal pp. 199-230

H L Fu, “The Politics of Mediation in a Chinese County: The Case of Luo Lianxi,” (2003) 5

Australian Journal of Asian Law (107-227).

Fu Hualing and D W Choy, “From Mediation to Adjudication: Settling Labor Disputes in

China,” (September 2004) 3 China Rights Forum 17-22

Fu Hualing, “Re-education through in Historical Perspective” (2005) 184 The China Quarterly

811-830.

Fu Hualing, “Zhou Yongkang and Recent Police Reform in China,” (2005) 38 Australian and

New Zealand Journal of Criminology 241-253.

Fu Hualing and Richard Cullen, “Two Views of Hong Kong’s Basic Law:


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But Hong Kong Should Seek A Better Way…” Hong Kong Journal (2006)

http://www.hkjournal.org/archive/2006_spring/fu.html

Fu Hualing, ‘Commentary on “Transforming Family Law in Post-Deng China,”’ (2007) 191 The China Quarterly 696-698.

Fu Hualing “When Lawyers are prosecuted…The Struggle of a Profession in Transition” (2007)

2 Journal of Comparative Law 95-133.

Fu Hualing and Richard Cullen, “Weiquan (Rights Protection) Lawyering in an Authoritarian

State: Building a Culture of Public Interest Lawyering” (2008) 59 The China Journal 111-127.

Fu Hualing and Richard Cullen, “Climbing the Weiquan Ladder: A Radicalizing Process for

Rights-Protection Lawyers,” (2011) The China Quarterly 40-59.

Fu Hualing, “Challenging Authoritarianism through Law: Potential and limit” (2011) 6 National

Taiwan University Law Review 339-365.

Fu Hualing, “Embedded Socio-Legal Activism in China: The Case of Yirenping,” (2012) 42

Hong Kong Law Journal, vol. 42 pp 531-560.

Fu Hualing, "Away from Grass-roots? The Irony of the Chinese Rural Legal Service" (2015)

60 (3-4) Diogenes 116-132.

Fu Hualing “Building Judicial Integrity in China,” (2016) (39:1) Hastings International and

Comparative Law Review 167-181

Hualing Fu, “The July 9th (709) Crackdown on Human Rights Lawyers: Legal Advocacy in

an Authoritarian State”, (2018) 27 (112) Journal of Contemporary China,554-568.

Hualing Fu and Han Zhu “After the July 9 (709) Crackdown: The Future of Human Rights Lawyering” (2018) 41 F ORDHAM I NT ' L L.J. 1135 – 1164.

Han Zhu & Fu Hualing, “Transparency as an Offence: Rights Lawyering for Open Government Information in China”, (2017) 12 (2) J. OF COMP. L. 417-31.

Fu Hualing, “Social Organization of Rights: From Rhetoric to Reality,” (2019) 36 (1) UCLA

Pacific Basin Law Journal 1-33.


Book Chapters

Fu Hualing "Theft and Related Offenses", in D. Roebuck (ed) The Criminal Law of Hong Kong:

A Descriptive Text (Beijing, Beijing University Press, 1995)

Fu Hualing "Criminal Investigation", in D. Roebuck (ed) The Criminal Procedure in Kong Kong:

A Descriptive Text (Beijing, Beijing University Press, 1996), pp. 46-87.

Fu Hualing "Present and Future of Criminal Defence in China", In G.G. Wang (ed), Recent Development in Chinese Law (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell, 1996)

Fu Hualing "Criminal Procedure Law," in Wang Chengguang and Zhang Xianchu (eds.)

Introduction to Chinese Law (Hong Kong, Sweet and Maxwell, 1997)

Fu Hualing "The Right to Fair Trial in China" in Andrew Byrnes (ed) The Right to Fair Trial in

International & Comparative Perspective (Centre for Comparative and Public Law, The

University of Hong Kong, 1996).

Mark Gaylord and Fu Hualing, "Economic Reform and `Black Society': The Re-emergence of

Organized Crime In Post-Mao China," in Organized Crime, Massimo Buscema and Stanley

Eistein (eds.), (Office of International Criminal Justice, Chicago, 1999)

H L Fu “The Form and Substance of Legal Interaction Between Hong Kong and Mainland China:Towards Hong Kong’s New Legal Sovereignty”, Raymond Wacks (ed.). The New Legal Orderin Hong Kong (University of Hong Kong Press, 1999), pp 95-132.


Reports:

Fu Hualing, Creating a Support Structure for Rights: Legal Aid and the Rule of Law in China

(A Report Prepared for the Asia Foundation, December 2005)

http://www.asiafoundation.org/pdf/CH_legalaid.pdf

David Geer and Fu Hualing, Evaluation of Rule of Law Project in China (A Report prepared

for the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 2007)

Fu Hualing, Multi-Country Review of Laws and Policies on HIV Testing and Counseling in

East Asia and the Pacific, A Country Report : People’s Republic of China (A Report

prepared for UNICEF EAPRO, June 2007)

Fu Hualing, The Potential of Rights Advocacy in China : An Evaluation of the ABA Rule of

Law Initiative in China (June 2008).

Fu Hualing, Developing a Culture of Neutrality: Detention Centres as an Entry Point to

Criminal Justice Reform in China (January, 2014).