Tuesday, October 1, 2019

HKU Law Welcomes Two New Experiential Learning Teachers

HKU Law warmly welcomes Mr Carter Chim, Senior Lecturer and barrister, who joins the Clinical Legal Education Programme, and Ms Bella Liu, Lecturer, who oversees the Faculty's  Rule of Law Education Programme.
Mr Carter Chim
   Mr Carter Chim has been appointed a Senior Lecturer starting from September 2019. His responsibilities include teaching the Clinical Legal Education courses for upper year LLB  and JD students. His areas of expertise include competition law, constitutional law, administrative law, criminal law and general civil litigation.  Mr Chim is a practising barrister of Denis Chang’s Chambers. After reading political science and law in HKU, he obtained his LLM in Competition Law (Distinction) from King’s College London on the British Chevening Postgraduate Scholarship and the Peter Vine Postgraduate Law Scholarship in 2011. He also obtained his Postgraduate Diploma in Economics for Competition Law from King’s College London in 2016.  In 2015-2016, he was appointed as a legal counsel to the Competition Commission (Hong Kong). He is currently a member of the Hong Kong Bar Association’s Special Committee on Competition Law. In 2016-2019, he taught competition law as a Professional Consultant of the Faculty of Law of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Since early 2018, he has been appointed as a Non-Governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network.
Ms Isabella Liu
    Ms Isabella Liu has been appointed Lecturer and Deputy Director of the Master of Common Law Programme. She is an MPhil and MCL graduate of The University of Hong Kong. She holds a LLB in Chinese Law (Southwest University of Political Science and Law) and a Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Laws (MMU).  For the past few years, Ms Liu has been administrating the Rule of Law Education (ROLE) project, a major KE initiative of the Law Faculty.  Ms Liu's teaching/research interests include jurisprudence, constitutional law, law and religion, criminal justice and Chinese public law.

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