Symposium on “The Shifting Boundaries of Criminal Law: A Chinese-Common Law Dialogue”

This international symposium on “The Shifting Boundaries of Criminal Law: A Chinese-Common Law Dialogue” was held at CUHK Law on 13-15 April 2018 where more than 20 academics and leading experts on criminal law and criminal justice from around 10 jurisdictions attended to explore the impact of new developments in the field of criminal law on the changing boundaries and processes of criminalisation. Started with welcome addresses by Professor Christopher Gane, Dean of CUHK Law and Mr. Ian Grenville Cross, SBS, JP, QC, SC, Visiting Professor of CUHK Law, the symposium conducted comparative analysis and debates from a wide range of perspectives including but not limited to sentencing, cross-border judicial cooperation, corporate liability, joint enterprise, counterterrorism and drug offences.

Mr. Ian Grenville Cross, SBS, JP, QC, SC, Visiting Professor of CUHK Law (right) and Professor Christopher Gane, Dean of CUHK Law (left)

The Symposium brought together leading experts on criminal law and criminal justice from around 10 jurisdictions to attend.

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