Campus Voices

On 15th July 2020 Aruna Verma Associate Professor of The University of Law Hong Kong delivered a lecture titled “Introduction to Criminal Law Lecture –Murder”. Aruna started with the definition of...
September 2020
On 31 July 2020, CUHK LAW jointly organised with the United States-China Intellectual Property Institute (USCIPI) and the Asia Innovation and IP Society (AIIPS) the 12th Annual Intellectual Property...
September 2020
Call for Papers - Machine Lawyering Conference: “Human Sovereignty and Machine Efficiency  in the Law” (Abstract Submission Deadline: 14 September 2020) Automation is efficient: data is...
September 2020
In the official announcement of the Joint University Programmes Admissions System (JUPAS) main round offer results, HKU's law programme remains in a leading position by admitting the top students....
September 2020
Legal Thinkers’ Seminar: “Sir Neil MacCormick” CUHK LAW organises the Legal Thinkers’ Seminar which provides a venue for colleagues from CUHK and other universities to discuss legal thinkers...
September 2020
Companies operating in Hong Kong and their employees face significant uncertainties about their obligations and potential liabilities under Hong Kong’s National Security Law (NSL), which came into...
September 2020
The Greater China Legal History Seminar Series organised by CUHK LAW aims to serve as a forum to discuss the historical development of a great variety of legal issues of interest in the Greater China...
September 2020
Mr. Jeffrey HILL joined CUHK LAW in August 2020 as a Professional Consultant. He was called to the Bar 1997 and worked as an employed barrister/Legal Adviser at Oxford Magistrates’ Court, where...
September 2020
John Wright delivered a fascinating lecture on life as a barrister, focusing on criminal law in Hong Kong. John gave a unique insight from the perspective of a barrister of long standing in Hong Kong...
September 2020
On 18 September, Professor Norman HO from the Peking University School of Transnational Law will give the first seminar online on “Feeding the Emperor – Administrative Law in Tang Dynasty China”....
September 2020
  Professor Ngọc Sơn BÙI’s new book, Constitutional Change in the Contemporary Socialist World, has been published by the Oxford University Press. The book explores constitutional...
September 2020
“The traditions of the Common Law rely heavily on case law and precedent and if Hong Kong law was to develop its own foundation of case law separate from the British courts, then there needed to be a...
September 2020
CUHK LAW Professor Steven Gallagher co-organised a webinar with the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) on “Toppled Statues and Monuments: Perspectives on the Global...
August 2020
By: City University of Hong Kong School of Law Public Law and Human Rights Forum Centre for Chinese and Comparative Law   Introduction On 28 May 2020, the Third Plenary Meeting of...
August 2020
CCTL Comparative Constitutional Law Research Forum Seminar: “Constitutional Law in Greater China: Comparative Issues” (3 August) This online seminar introduces to the ongoing project titled “...
August 2020
On Tuesday 9 June 2020, The University of Law’s (ULaw) Peter Crisp, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (External) and Founding Dean of the Hong Kong campus was on the virtual panel of our ‘Secrets to Success’...
August 2020
The RGC has recently announced the results of the 2020-21 funding exercise of the General Research Fund (GRF). The School of Law, City University of Hong Kong (CityU) continued to succeed in...
August 2020
Eric Ng, Managing Counsel for the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) gave a fascinating talk on interim measures in arbitration. He covered topics from “What is an interim measure...
August 2020
Professor Zhu Guobin, Director of the CPLR, was interviewed by the HK01 on the upcoming National Security Law for Hong Kong. In this interview, Professor Zhu talked about the impacts of the National...
August 2020
While the Hong Kong National Security Law operates within the One Country Two Systems framework, it is set to have a significant and long lasting impact on Hong Kong’s legal system. In a series of...
August 2020