Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Report on 2016 Programme for Japanese and Korean Law Students at HKU

The Study Abroad Programme for Japanese and Korean Students 2016 was successfully held from 18-24 February 2016 at the Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong.  This year law students from six universities in Japan and Korea participated including Chuo University, Hanyang University, Kyunghee University, Ewha Womans University, University of Seoul and KonKuk University.  
     Students attended seminars taught by HKU teachers on Hong Kong's legal system, anti-competition law in Asia, comparative constitutional law in Asia, contract law, arbitration law and practice, corporate governance, intellectual property law, the law of the sea, bribery and anti-corruption law, and financial law. The students prepared and delivered their own presentations and visited several law firms. One of the highlights of the programme was the opportunity to participate in a half-day conference on Dispute Resolution in Asia. The HKU co-ordinators of the programme are Say Goo and James Fry.

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