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The 6th International ADR Mooting Competition, hosted by CityU, kicked off with the opening ceremony on 5 July.
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The 4th International Alternative Dispute Resolution Mooting Competition was successfully held at CityU from 28 July to 3 August.
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Professor Huang Huikang, Director General of the Department of Treaty and Law of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the PRC and a member of the International Law Commission of the UN, delivered a lecture on 12 December.
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CityU has redesigned its entire public website to be mobile-friendly and implemented a mobile-learning scheme that allows interactive learning anytime, anywhere.
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CityU Library held the fourth OAPS certificate awards ceremony to recognise students for excellence in academic writing.
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The Education Development Office held a gathering for student tutors from the Language Clinic and the Peer-Assisted Learning Scheme to help them learn about their roles and responsibilities as tutors and to determine their learning outcomes.
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The School of Law's PCLL has recently been restructured and new features introduced this semester will improve graduates' ability to communicate with their clients and hone their practical skills ahead of entrance into the legal profession.
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The School of Law incorporates mainland placements into the credit-bearing curriculum of the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) degree programme, a first for CityU and for Hong Kong.
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Selected academic papers by students from CityU have been included in the newly launched Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS) scheme and added to CityU’s Institutional Repository for online access.
CityU is introducing a pioneering double degree programme in construction and law, which creates a unique synergy for both professions and a win-win situation for students and employers. The programme will accept the first intake of 20 students in 2006.

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