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A New Generation and New Thinking in Vietnamese Legal Scholarship

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Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Visiting Chair in Community Foundations, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University.

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1. See e.g. TAI, Ta Van, “The Status of Women in Traditional Vietnam: A Comparison of the Code of the Le Dynasty (1428-1788) with the Chinese Codes” (1981) 15(2) Journal of Asian History 97 ; TAI, Ta Van, “Vietnam’s Code of the Lê Dynasty (1428-1788)” (1982) 30(3) American Journal of Comparative Law 523 ; HUY, Nguyen Ngoc, TAI, Ta Van & LIEM, Tran Van, The Le Code: Law in Traditional Vietnam: A Comparative Sino-Vietnamese Legal Study with Historical-Juridical Analysis and Annotations (3 vols., 1987); NGUYEN, Phuong-Khanh, Vietnamese Legal Materials, 1954-1975: A Selected, Annotated Bibliography (Library of Congress, 1977); NGUYEN, Phuong-Khanh, “Introduction to the 1980 Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam” (1981) 7(1) Review of Socialist Law 347 ; and NGUYEN, Phuong-Khanh, “The Criminal Code of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam” (1987) 13 Review of Socialist Law 103 .

2. See e.g. FALL, Bernard B., “Constitution-Writing in a Communist State: The New Constitution of North Viet-Nam” (1960) 6 Howard Law Journal 157 ; FALL, Bernard B., “North Viet-Nam’s Constitution and Government” (1960) 33(3) Pacific Affairs 282 ; and FALL, Bernard B., The Viet-Minh Regime: Government and Administration in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (Connecticut: Greenwood, 1975).

3. See e.g. NICHOLSON, Penelope (Pip), Borrowing Court Systems: The Experience of Socialist Vietnam (Leiden and Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007) at 222230 ; NICHOLSON, Pip, “Vietnamese Legal Institutions in Comparative Perspective: Contemporary Constitutions and Courts Considered” in Kanishka JAYASURIYA, ed, Law, Capitalism and Power in Asia: The Rule of Law and Legal Institutions (London and New York: Routledge, 1999) at 257282 ; BUI, Ngoc Son & NICHOLSON, Pip, “Activism and Popular Constitutionalism in Contemporary Vietnam” Law and Social Enquiry [forthcoming]; John GILLESPIE & Randall PEERENBOOM, eds., Regulation in Asia: Pushing Back on Globalization (London: Routledge, 2009); GILLESPIE, John, “The Juridification of Cause Advocacy in Socialist Asia: Vietnam as a Case Study” (2013) 31 Wisconsin International Law Journal 672 ; GILLESPIE, John, “Human Rights as a Larger Loyalty: The Evolution of Religious Freedom in Vietnam” (2014) 27(1) Harvard Human Rights Journal 107 ; SIDEL, Mark, Law and Society in Vietnam (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008); SIDEL, Mark, The Constitution of Vietnam: A Contextual Analysis (Oxford and Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing, 2009); and SIDEL, Mark, “Analytical Models for Understanding Constitutions and Constitutional Dialogues in Socialist Transitional States: Re-Interpreting Constitutional Dialogues in Vietnam” (2002) 6(1) Singapore Journal of International and Comparative Law 42 .

* Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Visiting Chair in Community Foundations, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University.

A New Generation and New Thinking in Vietnamese Legal Scholarship

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