This CPD seminar to be delivered by Professor Geraint Howell will review the history of failed proposals to reform Hong Kong’s consumer protection system, explore why a coherent consumer policy is needed to meet the expectations of Hong Kong’s citizens and to underpin shopping tourism in Hong Kong and how such a policy can be implemented. Eligible participants will receive 1.5 CPD points from the Law Society of Hong Kong. For details, please visit http://www.law.cuhk.edu.hk/en/event-page/20180413.php.
Greater China Legal History Seminar on “The History of Consumer Law in Hong Kong: Just a Series of Failed Endeavours?” (13 April 2018)
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