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Table of Contents
|Introduction: explaining the rise of legal mobilization in post-colonial Hong Kong|
|The growth of legal mobilization in post-colonial Hong Kong|
|Critical antecedent - legal complex|
|The opening of new legal opportunities|
|The reversal of political opportunities|
|The political origins of cause lawyering in Hong Kong|
|Cause lawyers as transformative agents|
|Rights advocacy groups as transformative agents|
|The impacts of the judicialization of politics|
|Conclusion: theoretical and comparative contributions|
|Human rights and public policy litigation the Privy Council and the Court of Final Appeal decided (1981-2010)|
|Important litigation brought by pro-democracy politicians and social activists to the Court of Appeal (CoA) and the Court of First Instance (CFI) (1981-2010)|
|List of interviewees (alphabetical by category)|
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