Margaret K. Lewis

Seton Hall University - School of Law

Professor of Law

One Newark Center

Newark, NJ 07102-5210

United States

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Scholarly Papers (11)

1.

Mutual Legal Assistance and Extradition: Human Rights Implications

China Rights Forum, No. 2, 2007
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 13 Jul 2009
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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China, mutual legal assistance, extradition, criminal justice

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Presuming Innocence, or Corruption, in China

Columbia Journal of Transnational Law, Vol. 50, No. 2, 2012
Number of pages: 83 Posted: 25 Sep 2011 Last Revised: 25 Jul 2012
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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Presumption of Innocence, China, Illicit Enrichment, Criminal Procedure

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Controlling Abuse to Maintain Control: The Exclusionary Rule in China

New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, Vol. 43, p. 629, 2011
Number of pages: 70 Posted: 10 Sep 2010 Last Revised: 23 Aug 2011
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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China, Criminal Procedure, Exclusionary Rule

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Criminal Law Pays: Penal Law's Contribution to China's Economic Development

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, Vol. 47, No. 2, 2014
Number of pages: 80 Posted: 27 Jul 2013 Last Revised: 30 Apr 2014
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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China, law and development, criminal law, economic growth

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Taiwan’s New Adversarial System and the Overlooked Challenge of Efficiency-Driven Reforms

Virginia Journal of International Law, Vol. 49, No. 3, 2009
Number of pages: 76 Posted: 24 Jun 2009
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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Taiwan, China, Criminal Procedure, Adversarial, Inquisitorial

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Leniency and Severity in China’s Death Penalty Debate

Columbia Journal of Asian Law, Vol. 24, No. 2, 2011
Number of pages: 30 Posted: 24 Jul 2012
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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China, criminal law, death penalty, capital punishment

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Corruption: Spurring China to Engage in International Law

China Rights Forum, No. 1, 2009
Number of pages: 7 Posted: 13 Jul 2009
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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China, corruption, UNCAC, United Nations

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The Enduring Importance of Police Repression: Laojiao, the Rule of Law and Taiwan's Alternative Evolution

Posted: 23 Jun 2009
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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China, Taiwan, Police, Laojiao, Reeducation Through Labor

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Who Shall Judge? Taiwan's Exploration of Lay Participation in Criminal Trials

Human Rights Performance of Taiwan – Self-Inclination and International Context: Edited by William P. Alford, Jerome A. Cohen, & Chang-fa Lo (Springer, 2018 Forthcoming), Seton Hall Public Law Research Paper No. 3074459,
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 27 Nov 2017
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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Taiwan, human rights, jury, trial, lay participation, criminal procedure, ICCPR

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Human Rights and the U.S.-China Relationship

49 Geo. Wash. Int'l L. Rev. 471 (2017)
Number of pages: 63 Posted: 03 Sep 2016 Last Revised: 26 May 2017
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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China, Human Rights, Criminal Law, Transnational Law Enforcement

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When Foreign is Criminal

Virginia Journal of International Law, Vol. 55, No. 3, 2015
Number of pages: 60 Posted: 28 Jan 2016
Margaret K. Lewis
Seton Hall University - School of Law
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criminal law, foreign, extraterritorial, international, economic espionage, terrorism, sentencing