Campus Voices

Over 180 participants attended this online seminar on 7 April 2021 delivered by Mr. Paul MITCHARD QC, an international arbitrator with over 35 years of experience in the legal profession. The seminar...
May 2021
Species Impact Victim Statements (SVIS) explain to lawyers and judges the harm that wildlife crime has done to individual animals, species and ecosystems. A human victim of crime can make a victim...
May 2021
Co-organised by: the Public Law and Human Rights Forum (CPLR), School of Law, City University of Hong Kong and Vidler & Co. Solicitors The 10th Hong Kong Human Rights Moot (HKHR Moot) was...
May 2021
CUHK LAW organised the Scholarships and Prizes Presentation Ceremony 2021 online on 31 March 2021 to present 96 scholarships and prizes to its academically outstanding students and graduates. Over...
May 2021
Professor Rehan ABEYRATNE’s co-edited book, Towering Judges: A Comparative Study of Constitutional Judges has been published by Cambridge University Press. The book explores a new topic in...
May 2021
Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma served with distinction as the HKSAR’s second Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal from September 2010 till January 2021. In the Panel Discussion on 29 March 2021...
May 2021
This month we spoke to John Watkins, Director of Employability at The University of Law, about tips for starting a law career in 2021. Here is his advice. The top tip for 2021 is really quite...
May 2021
“From Waqf, Ancestor Worship to the Rise of the Global Trust: A History of the Use of the Trust as a Vehicle for Wealth Transfer in Singapore” The final seminar of the 6th Year Greater China Legal...
May 2021
On 23 March 2021, Dr Surya Deva, Associate Professor at the CityU School of Law and the current Vice Chairperson of the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights, appeared as an expert witness...
May 2021
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May 2021
In the seminar on 24 March 2021, Mr. Danny KAN, Chief Counsel, Listing & Compliance cum Joint Company Secretary of Ping An Group, introduced to the CUHK LAW alumni the elements of AI and its...
May 2021
Many Congratulations to the following colleagues whose teaching excellence, research output and KE (Knowledge Exchange) achievements have been recognized by the University: - Outstanding Teaching...
May 2021
Dr. Navin G. Ahuja and Mr. Campbell Herbert led City University of Hong Kong (CityU) to perform outstandingly in both the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Vis Vienna) and its...
May 2021
CUHK LAW PCLL students Kerry POON and Thomas WONG were the overall winners of the 10th Hong Kong Human Rights Moot organized by Vidler & Co. Solicitors on 26 March 2021. The team of Kerry and...
May 2021
CUHK LAW’s Greater China Legal History Seminar Series serves as a forum to discuss the historical development of a great variety of legal issues of interest in the Greater China region. The 6th year...
April 2021
A team of five students from across different Law, Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship Lab (LITE Lab) courses won the HKU’s Faculty of Engineering Innovation Academy’s InnoSpark pitching...
April 2021
On 27th February two students, Alice Chan and Chantal Lam from The University of Law, Hong Kong campus were interviewed by ALSA Hong Kong President, Rowdget J. Young and Academic Activities Officer...
April 2021
The Hong Kong Competition Commission conducted the inaugural Competition Commission Outstanding Essay Award contest in collaboration with CUHK LAW to encourage tertiary-level students to develop a...
April 2021
Cheng Chan Lan Yue Professor in Constitutional Law Albert Chen launched his book “The Changing Legal Orders in Hong Kong and Mainland China: Essays on ‘One Country, Two Systems’” on 2 March 2021....
April 2021
“All you ever wanted to know about arbitration but were too afraid to ask!” (7 April 2021) Details and registration: https://bit.ly/3quM4OJ “From a Legal Perspective: The Impact of COVID-...
April 2021