Full Name
Jaclyn Neo
Variants
Neo, J.L.-C.
 
Main Affiliation
LAW
 
Faculty
 
Email
lawjnlc@nus.edu.sg
 

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1Dec-2017‘"All Power has Legal Limits”: The Principle of Legality as a Basic Principle of Constitutional and Administrative Law in SingaporeNeo, JL 
22004“Anti-God, anti-Islam and anti-Quran”: Expanding the Range of Participants and Parameters in Discourse over Women’s Rights and Islam in MalaysiaNeo, JLC 
32016Balancing Act: The Balancing Metaphor as Deference and Dialogue in Constitutional AdjudicationNeo, JLC 
41-Nov-2013Calibrating Interpretive Incorporation: Constitutional Interpretation and Pregnancy Discrimination Under CEDAWNeo, Jaclyn Ling-Chien 
51-Jan-2015Competing imperatives: Conflicts and convergences in state and islam in pluralist MalaysiaNeo, JL 
63-Dec-2008Constitutional Supremacy: Still a Little DiceyNeo, JLC ; Lee, Y 
71-Apr-2018Definitional imbroglios: A critique of the definition of religion and essential practice tests in religious freedom adjudicationNeo, JL 
829-Aug-2019Dimensions of Religious Harmony as Constitutional Practice: Beyond State ControlNeo, Jaclyn 
92016Equal Protection and the Reasonable Classification Test in Singapore: After Lim Meng Suang v Attorney-GeneralNeo, JLC 
102016Incorporating Human Rights: Mitigated Dualism and Interpretation in Malaysian CourtsNeo, JLC 
112016Introduction: Judging the Singapore ConstitutionNeo, JLC 
1224-Jan-2020Introduction: Law and Politics of Freedom of Religion in Comparative PerspectiveJACLYN NEO LING CHIEN ; Scharffs, Brett
131-Mar-2006Malay nationalism, Islamic supremacy and the constitutional bargain in the multi-ethnic composition of MalaysiaNeo, JLC 
142007Malaysia’s First Report to the CEDAW CommitteeNeo, JLC 
1512-Feb-2017Navigating Minority Inclusion and Permanent Division: Minorities and the Depoliticization of Ethnic DifferenceNeo, JL 
16Jan-2010Parsing Privative Clauses: Rights, Security and Judicial Review in MalaysiaNeo, JLC 
171-Dec-2017Realizing the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion: The limited normative force of the ASEAN Human Rights DeclarationNeo, JL 
18Mar-2019Recent Developments in Muslim Law Practice in SingaporeJaclyn Neo Ling Chien ; Jamal, Arif ; Abbas, Ahmad Nizam; Mohammad, Halijah
192-Jul-2020Regulating Pluralism: Laws on Religious Harmony and Possibilities for Robust Pluralism in SingaporeNeo, JL 
2028-Sep-2018Regulation of religious communities in a multicultural polityNeo, JL