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Norman P. Ho

Professor of Law

    • Property I and II

    • Traditional Chinese Legal Thought

    • International Capital Markets Transactions in Hong Kong

    • Legal Theory

  • Book contributions:

    • “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.


    • ‘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 the Was hingt on 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), the Chunqiu, 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.

    Book review:

    • 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., New York University School of Law

    • A.B. and A.M., Harvard University

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