The new law has raised concerns in the academic community, says Fu Hualin, law dean at the University of Hong Kong, Photo: HKU The new law has raised concerns in the academic community, says Fu Hualin, law dean at the University of Hong Kong, Photo: HKU
The new law has raised concerns in the academic community, says Fu Hualin, law dean at the University of Hong Kong, Photo: HKU

National security law: Hong Kong academics might choose self-censorship to protect themselves, law dean warns

  • Experts ask when mainland Chinese authorities will take over cases and how three-judge court will work
  • Lack of clarity in various aspects of new law has raised concerns in academic community

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The new law has raised concerns in the academic community, says Fu Hualin, law dean at the University of Hong Kong, Photo: HKU The new law has raised concerns in the academic community, says Fu Hualin, law dean at the University of Hong Kong, Photo: HKU
The new law has raised concerns in the academic community, says Fu Hualin, law dean at the University of Hong Kong, Photo: HKU
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