The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law

Professor Steven GALLAGHER has published a new book “Protecting Built Heritage in Hong Kong” (Springer, Singapore, 2021).  This book is the first comprehensive coverage of law and policy intended…
November 2021
CUHK LAW-HKCC Autumn Academy on Competition Law and Policy: Workshop on Competition Law and Policy (13, 17 and 18 November 2021) Together with the Hong Kong Competition Commission (HKCC), CUHK LAW…
November 2021
“Managing a Law Firm in Times of Crisis” On 23 September 2021 Mr. Chris Lambert, Managing Partner of Robertsons, shared his insights with the CUHK LAW alumni on challenges law firms in Hong Kong…
November 2021
CUHK LAW organised in September and October 2021 the Greater China Legal History Seminars on, respectively, “The Small House Policy and the Court of Appeal” and “Magistracies in Colonial Hong Kong”.…
November 2021
CUHK LAW Teaching Excellence Awards 2020-21 Mr. Michael FISHER, Professor Gregory GORDON and Professor Robin Hui HUANG were recipients of the CUHK LAW Teaching Excellence Awards 2020-21. The awards…
November 2021
Mr. Joseph W N Cheung CUHK LAW is delighted to receive HK$1 million UGC Research Matching Grant through the generous donation from Mr. Joseph W N Cheung to offer the following awards to promote…
November 2021
“Protecting Data Privacy for Mobile Payments Under the Chinese Law: Comparative Perspectives and Reform Suggestions” in Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property (Volume 20, Issue 2, 2021) co-…
October 2021
CUHK Research Excellence Award 2020 Congratulations to Professors Rehan ABEYRATNE and Anatole BOUTE on their selection as the recipients of the CUHK Research Excellence Award 2020. The Award…
October 2021
This seminar organised by the CCTL Transnational Legal History Group will be presented by four speakers, namely Professor Ian MORLEY from CUHK’s Department of History, Professor Steven GALLAGHER from…
October 2021
This Cross-Border Legal Issues Dialogue Seminar organised by CUHK LAW’s Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law (CCTL) will be presented online by Professor Béligh ELBALTI from Osaka University…
October 2021
In March 2021, a non-fungible token (NFT) based upon the artist Beeple’s “purely digital work” entitled, “Everydays – The First Five Thousand Days”, sold at Christie’s auction for USD 69.3 million.…
October 2021
“Law on Mental Capacity” (4 October 2021) With the advance in medical science, the life expectancy of people in Hong Kong has been on the increase. In 1960, life expectancy from birth was 66.96. In…
October 2021
Upcoming 7th Year Greater China Legal History Seminars Date Magistracies in Colonial Hong Kong Dr. Christopher C. Munn, Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences 29…
October 2021
“The Small House Policy and the Court of Appeal” The first seminar of the 7th Year Greater China Legal History Seminar Series, “New Developments in Customary Land Law in Hong Kong”, was delivered…
October 2021
CUHK LAW welcomes all new students at the Orientation Day held on 4 September 2021. Over 450 new undergraduate and postgraduate students attended the event to meet the Faculty Dean, the Programme…
October 2021
Professor Michael RAMSDEN has published a new monograph “International Justice in the United Nations General Assembly” (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021). The book probes the role that the UN’s…
September 2021
Congratulations to the following CUHK LAW members on their recent research achievements: Professor Noam NOKED received the CUHK Young Researcher Award 2020 for his article entitled “FATCA, CRS,…
September 2021
On 6 July 2021, the Obligations Lab Asia of the Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law (CCTL) at CUHK LAW jointly organised an international online workshop “Covid-19 Vaccine Injury…
September 2021
13th IP Conference “Innovation, Intangible Assets During and After the Global Pandemic” CUHK LAW co-organised the 13th Annual Intellectual Property Conference “Innovation, Intangible Assets During…
September 2021
The 7th Year Greater China Legal History Seminar Series organised by CUHK LAW will begin from September 2021. The first seminar, “The Small House Policy and the Court of Appeal”, will be delivered…
September 2021