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Norman P. Ho

教授

normanho@stl.pku.edu.cn

  • Norman P. Ho在物权法、法律理论、中国法律史、法律和人文学科(特别是法律和音乐的交叉领域)方面写作和教学。在加入STL之前,Ho教授曾在Slaughter and May和Morrison & Foerster LLP律师事务所执业。他的业务主要集中在广泛的资本市场、私募股权、并购交易以及美国证券法合规事宜。他曾任香港大学法学院讲师、香港大学中国法律研究中心客座研究员、新加坡国立大学法学院亚洲法律研究所客座教授和客座研究员。

    此外,Ho教授亦是香港大学亚洲国际金融法研究所的荣誉研究员,以及香港中文大学比较与跨国法研究中心跨国法学史小组的学者。他在哈佛大学获得学士学位和硕士学位,在纽约大学法学院获得法学博士学位,并在那里获得了霍华德·l·格林伯格比较法杰出成就奖。

    点击观看Norman P. Ho教授的部分讲座:

    YouTube: Thinking about Law through Music

    Bilibili: Thinking about Law through Music

    YouTube: Law and Music: Tchaikovsky and the Law

    Bilibili: Law and Music - Tchaikovsky and the Law

    YouTube: Law and Music: Schumann and the Law

    Bilibili: Law and Music - Schumann and the Law

    YouTube: Confucianism and Chinese Law, Past and Present

  • 财产法I & II

    中国传统法律思想

    法律实务:香港的国际资本市场交易

    法律理论

  • 学术作品

    “Natural Law in Confucianism,” in Jonathan Crowe & Constance Youngwon Lee eds., Research Handbook on Natural Law Theory. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2019.

    “Lockean property theory in Confucian thought: property in the thought of Wang Fuzhi (1619–92) and Huang Zongxi (1610–95),” in James Penner & Michael Otsuka eds., Property Theory: Legal and Political Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018.

    “Addressing Corruption and the Trial of Bo Xilai: Historical Continuities, Rule of Law Implications,” in John Garrick and Yan Chang Bennett, eds., China’s Socialist Rule of Law Reforms Under Xi Jinping. London: Routledge, 2016.

    “WANG Anshi,” in Kerry Brown, ed., Berkshire Dictionary of Chinese Biography. Great Barrington: Berkshire, 2014.

    “Prospectus Simplification in Hong Kong,” in PLI First Annual Institute on Corporate and Securities Law in Hong Kong 2013: Coursebook. New York: Practising Law Institute, 2013. (with John Moore and Jun-min Tang)

    “RMB Bonds in Hong Kong,” in PLI First Annual Institute on Corporate and Securities Law in Hong Kong 2013: Coursebook. New York: Practising Law Institute, 2013. (with John Moore and Melody He-Chen)

    “Organized Crime in China: The Chongqing Crackdown,” in John Garrick, ed., Law and Policy for China’s Market Socialism. London: Routledge, 2012.

    学术文章

    “‘The Confucianization of Law’ Debate.”Jurisprudence. DOI: 10.1080/20403313.2024.2314412. 2024.

    “Confucian Legal Hypotheticals.”The Journal of Comparative Law. Volume 18, No. 2. 2023.

    “Ending the Exceptionalism of Conservation Easements.”Virginia Environmental Law Journal. Volume 41, No. 2. 2023.

    “A Defense of Horizontal Privity in American Property Law.”Mississippi Law Journal. Volume 91, No. 1. 2022.

    “Legal Realism and Chinese Law: Are Confucians Legal Realists, Too?”Tsinghua China Law Review. Volume 13, No. 1. 2020.

    “A Look into Traditional Chinese Administrative Law and Bureaucracy: Feeding the Emperor in Tang Dynasty China.”University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review. Volume 15, No. 1. 2019.

    “Literature as Law? The Confucian Classics as Ultimate Sources of Law in Traditional China.”Law and Literature. Volume 31, No. 2. 2019.

    “Debates on Mutilating Corporal Punishment and Theories of Punishment in Traditional Chinese Law.”Tsinghua China Law Review. Volume 11, No. 1. 2018.

    “Chinese Legal Thought in the Han-Tang Transition: Liu Song’s (d. 300) Theory of Adjudication.”UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal. Volume 35, No. 2. 2018.

    “Internationalizing and Historicizing Hart’s Theory of Law.”Washington University Jurisprudence Review.Volume 10, No. 2. 2018.

    “Natural Law in Chinese Legal Thought: The Philosophical System of Wang Yangming.”Yonsei Law Journal. Volume 8, No. 1&2. 2017.

    “The Legal Thought of Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty (618-907).”Frontiers of Law in China. Volume 12, No. 4. 2017.

    “Confucian Jurisprudence, Dworkin, and Hard Cases.”Washington University Jurisprudence Review.Volume 10, No. 1. 2017.

    “Chinese (PRC & ROC) Nationality Laws and Reconceptualizing Asian-American Identity.”UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal. Volume 22, No. 1. 2017.

    “A Confucian Theory of Property.”Tsinghua China Law Review, Volume 9, No.1. 2016.

    “State of Nature Theory in Chinese Political and Legal Thought.”Northwestern Interdisciplinary Law Review.Volume VIII. 2015

    “Understanding Traditional Chinese Law in Practice: The Implementation of Criminal Law in the Tang Dynasty (618-907).”UCLA Pacific Basin Law Journal. Volume 32, No. 2. 2015.

    “Confucian Jurisprudence in Practice: Pre-Tang Dynasty Panwen (Written Legal Judgments).”Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal(now known as theWashington International Law Journal). Volume 22, No. 1. 2013.

    “Asian-American Jurisprudence and Corporate Law: Politicization, Racialization, Foreignness, and the U.S. CFIUS Foreign Direct Investment Review Mechanism.”Widener Journal of Law, Economics & Race. Volume 4, Issue 1. 2012.

    “A Tale of Two Cities: Business Trust Listings and Capital Markets in Singapore and Hong Kong.”Journal of International Business and Law. Volume 11.2. 2012.

    “The Legal Philosophy of Zhu Xi (1130-1200) and Neo-Confucianism’s Possible Contributions to Modern Chinese Legal Reform.”Tsinghua China Law Review. Volume III, No. 2. 2011.

    “Ying jiang gudai chuantong falü shiwei zhengui ziyuan – Meiguo de Zhongguo falü yanjiu” [“The Chinese Legal Tradition Should be Viewed as a Resource for Modern Chinese Legal Reform – Suggestions for American Scholarship on Chinese Law”],Chinese Social Sciences Today. March 1, 2011.

    “Stare Decisis in Han China: Dong Zhongshu (179-104 BC), theChunqiu, and the Systemization of Law.”Tufts Historical Review, Vol. III, no.1. Spring 2010.

    “Law, Literature, and Gender in Tang China: An Exploration of Bai Juyi’s (772-846) Selected Panwen on Women.”Tsinghua China Law Review. Vol. I, No. 1. Spring 2009.

    书刊评论

    Review of Civil Unrest and Governance in Hong Kong: Law and Order from Historical and Cultural Perspectives. Michael H.K. Ng & John D. Wong (book editors). Abingdon Oxon/New York: Routledge, 2017.Law and Literature. Volume 31, No. 2. 2019.

    Review of True Crimes in Eighteenth-Century China: Twenty Case Histories. Compiled and Translated by Robert E. Hegel. Seattle, Washington: University of Washington Press, 2009.New York University Journal of International Law and Politics. Volume 43, No. 3. 2011.

  • J.D., 纽约大学

    A.B. and A.M., 哈佛大学

  • 我院Norman Ho教授受邀在香港中文大学法学院开展讲座

    我院Norman P. Ho教授受邀在香港中文大学开展讲座

    我院Norman P. Ho教授选派为新加坡国立大学法学院访问学者

    我院Norman Ho教授应邀参加美国纽约大学亚洲法研究所系列讲座并发表讲话

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