NewsCentre

Showing 1 to 10 of 51 results
CityU excels on global top scientists list
According to metrics compiled by Stanford University, over 140 CityU faculty members are listed among the top 2% of the world's most highly cited scientists, reflecting the high academic standard of our faculty and our excellent research performance.
Thumbnail
Experts shared their knowledge and insights about data protection law at a symposium hosted by CityU on 9 September.
Thumbnail
The abolition of capital punishment in Asia was the focus of an international conference on “Capital Punishment in Asia: Progress and Prospect for Law Reform” organised by the School of Law of CityU.
Thumbnail
A cheque presentation ceremony was held on 10 June for the HK$3.5 million that the School of Law received from the HKSAR Government to set up the Hong Kong Maritime Law Scholarship Scheme.
Thumbnail
SLW receives a donation worth HK$500,000 from the K H Koo Charitable Foundation on 2 November. The donation will be used to support maritime and transportation law courses.
Thumbnail
The School of Law established on 18 March the Hong Kong Centre for Maritime and Transportation Law to nurture maritime and transportation legal professionals in support of Hong Kong’s continued development as a maritime service centre.
Thumbnail
The School of Law, with the support of The United Nations Commission on International Trade, hosted a conference examining the latest trends in global sales law.
Thumbnail
The School of Law, in collaboration with the International Commission of Jurists, hosted a legal workshop to examine access to justice issues in China.
Thumbnail
The School of Law hosted a public lecture with prestigious legal scholar Professor George A Bermann speaking on parallel litigation in international disputes.
Thumbnail
The School of Law held the Sixteenth Annual Goff Arbitration Lecture on 10 December, with Professor David D Caron discussing the revision of arbitration rules.

Contact Information

Communications and Public Relations Office

Back to top