Founded in 2011 as the GLSA Gazette*, the Hong Kong Student Law Gazette (‘the Gazette’) is Hong Kong’s leading law student publication entirely run by students. It was initially written, edited and managed exclusively by CUHK postgraduate law students and subsequently began inviting participation from the CUHK undergraduate community, as well as students from all three universities with law programmes in Hong Kong. In fall 2012, the Gazette became an independent society of GLSA and was rebranded the Hong Kong Student Law Gazette. It is published twice per academic year with an aim to encourage students to engage in key legal and social issues, contribute to legal scholarship, and build closer ties between law students and the wider legal community.
The Gazette has interviewed members from the judiciary and the legal professions in the past issues. In the latest issue of Fall 2017, the Gazette features an interview with The Honourable Rimsky Yuen Kwok-keung SC, former Secretary for Justice of the HKSAR, and contains interesting articles contributed by students covering legal and social issues in Hong Kong and the international communities. An electronic copy of the Gazette is available at https://hongkongstudentlawgazette.com/fall-2017/.
*GLSA refers to ‘Graduate Law Students Association’, which is a student society of CUHK Law.