The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law

Second Female Legal Leaders Seminar CUHK LAW has organised the Female Legal Leaders Seminar series. It aims to enhance awareness regarding gender issues through sharing by speakers of their lives...
7 May 2020
“Directions in Legal Education 2020” – Call for Papers Extended to 31 May 2020 CUHK LAW has decided to take the conference “Directions in Legal Education 2020” online because of the present health...
7 May 2020
Read the latest CUHK LAW e-Newsletter at https://www.law.cuhk.edu.hk/eNewsletter/202004/
7 May 2020
THANK YOU for your support! CUHK LAW organised two online Greater China Legal History Seminars in April 2020 with record registrations of over a thousand each, filling the available quotas per...
7 May 2020
CUHK LAW will offer the following new courses in the academic year 2020-21: Legal Technologies (LLB, JD and LLM elective) – the course provides a broad introduction to the future of the legal...
7 May 2020
Winner of the Vis East Moot 2020 CUHK LAW was winner of the 17th Willem C. Vis East International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Vis East Moot)! This year the Vis East Moot was held virtually...
7 May 2020
JD student Jenna CHOW has written an article “Reflection on the First Female Legal Leaders Seminar: How Is Moving to an Inclusive Workplace Possible?” for the latest Winter 2019 issue of the Hong...
20 April 2020
CUHK LAW professors have recently published the following articles covering areas such as Comparative Law, Contract Law, Intellectual Property Law and Property Law: “Artificial Intelligence...
20 April 2020
CUHK LAW Professor Benoit Mayer has been awarded the 2019 Young Scholar Prize by the International & Comparative Law Quarterly (ICLQ) for his article on “Climate assessment as an emerging...
20 April 2020
The next online seminar “Collectors and Collections of Chinese Art and Antiquities: Problems with Gifts, Trusts and Legacies” will be delivered by CUHK LAW Professor Steven Gallagher on 3 April 2020...
20 April 2020
CUHK LAW has held four seminars under the 5th Year Greater China Legal History Seminar Series 2019-20 at the Graduate Law Centre in Central. The seminar series has become increasingly popular that...
20 April 2020
CUHK LAW established a new Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law (CCTL) in 2020 to provide institutional support for collaborative comparative and transnational law research within the Faculty...
17 April 2020
The CUHK LAW Team won the regional rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition held on 15 March 2020 in Hong Kong. The CUHK LAW Team, coached by Professor Stephen HALL...
17 April 2020
CUHK LAW Professor Mara MALAGODI edited with Professors Luke McDonagh (City) and Thomas Poole (LSE) the symposium on New Dominion Constitutionalism for the International Journal of Constitutional Law...
20 March 2020
The video of the last well attended Greater China Legal History Seminar, “Law and Slavery in the South China Sea”, delivered by Professor Stuart M. McManus on 10 January 2020 is now available! Watch...
20 March 2020
Conference on “The Role of the Law of Unjust Enrichment in Asia” (Submission Deadline: 15 March 2020) The law of unjust enrichment is more or less recognised in all modern jurisdictions...
20 March 2020
Congratulations to the following CUHK LAW students on winning a research award and a project grant for their recent work done: Young Asian IP Scholar Award PhD student Songyin BO won the Young...
20 March 2020
Congratulations to the following CUHK LAW professors on their recent success in obtaining competitive research funds from the Hong Kong Government: RGC Research Impact Fund 2019/20...
20 March 2020
The Conference on Machine Lawyering: Digitally Reconceiving Contracting, Regulation and Property organised by CUHK LAW was held on 16-18 January 2020 at the CUHK Graduate Law Centre. The...
20 March 2020
Kung Hei Fat Choi! CUHK LAW wishes all a joyful and fulfilling Year of the Rat! To celebrate the festive...
20 February 2020
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