Hui-Wen Chen

University of Warwick

Research Assistant

Gibbet Hill Rd.

Coventry, West Midlands CV4 8UW

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

The Brown Moment in Taiwan: Making Sense of the Law and Politics of the Taiwanese Same-Sex Marriage Case in a Comparative Light

Columbia Journal of Asian Law Vol. 31, pp. 72-149, 2017.
Number of pages: 78 Posted: 20 Sep 2017 Last Revised: 11 Jan 2019
Ming-Sung Kuo and Hui-Wen Chen
University of Warwick - School of Law and University of Warwick
Downloads 167 (178,745)

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Comparative Constitutional Law, Taiwan Constitutional Court, Brown v. Board of Education, Obergefell v. Hodges, Same-Sex Marriage, Gay Rights, Social Movement, Judicial Review, Constitutional Politics, Judicial Legitimacy, Judicial Style, Anti-Discrimination Law

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The Clouds Are Gathering: Developments in Taiwanese Constitutional Law — The Year 2016 in Review

International Journal of Constitutional Law (Forthcoming)
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 08 Mar 2017 Last Revised: 04 Nov 2017
Jau-Yuan Hwang, Ming-Sung Kuo and Hui-Wen Chen
National Taiwan University College of Law, University of Warwick - School of Law and University of Warwick
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Taiwan Constitutional Court, Constitutional Law, Transitional Justice, Same-Sex Marriage, Land Rights, Judicial Remedy, Political Constitutionalism in Action, Constitutional Politics, Politics of Judicial Appointment

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Seventy Years On: The Taiwan Constitutional Court and Judicial Activism in a Changing Constitutional Landscape

Hong Kong Law Journal, Vol. 48, Part 3, pp. 995-1027 (2018)
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 03 Jan 2019
Tzu-Yi Lin, Ming-Sung Kuo and Hui-Wen Chen
Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, University of Warwick - School of Law and University of Warwick
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Taiwan Constitutional Court (TCC), judicial activism, judicial bootstrapping, democratization, dual state, Taiwanese postwar constitutional history, same-sex marriage, Interpretation No 748, judicial politics, institutional continuity, constitutional complaints, Bill of Constitutional Litigation Act

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Killing in Your Name: Pathology of Judicial Paternalism and the Mutation of the 'Most Serious Crimes' Requirement in Taiwan

Jerome A. Cohen, William P. Alford and Chang-fa Lo (eds), Taiwan and International Human Rights: A Story of Transformation (Springer, Forthcoming)
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 20 Dec 2017 Last Revised: 27 Feb 2018
Ming-Sung Kuo and Hui-Wen Chen
University of Warwick - School of Law and University of Warwick
Downloads 32 (458,564)

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most serious crimes, rehabilitation, rehabilitatibility, judge-civilizer, judicial paternalism, the incorrigible offender, ICCPR (International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights), civilizing mission, cultural register, death penalty