On 22 May, CUHK LAW organised the final seminar of the Greater China Legal History Seminar Series 2019-20 on “The Development of Hong Kong’s Aviation Law after WWII”. The seminar was delivered online by CUHK LAW Professor Jae Woon Lee and attracted over 670 registrations.
In his seminar, Professor Lee discussed the historical development of aviation which created various legal problems with a focus of Hong Kong. After introducing how World War I and World War II impacted on the aviation technology and regulatory framework, Professor Lee explored Hong Kong’s interesting stories related to aviation law in the 1940s and 1980s with three key issues: market access, foreign investment restrictions and criminal jurisdiction. The seminar video will be available soon.
Watch the videos of the past Greater China Legal History Seminars on the CUHK LAW website
(https://www.law.cuhk.edu.hk/app/events-recap/greater-china-legal-history-seminar-series-recap/) and on YouTube (https://bit.ly/3fM0w0A).
Professor Jae Woon Lee gave the online seminar “The Development of Hong Kong’s Aviation Law after WWII” on 22 May 2020.
Professor Steven Gallagher hosted the seminar and the Q&A session.