The COVID-19 pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges to businesses and people around the world. In this challenging time, the HKU Faculty of Law in collaboration with its research centres have organized a webinar series exploring the legal challenges arising from the pandemic.
The Fourth Seminar on "Assessing the Risks and Uncertainties with the Covid-19 Litigations Against China" was presented by the Director of the Center for Chinese Law, Dr Angela Zhang, and Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School Professor Jacques deLisle on 15 May. To view the webinar, click here. To view Professor deLise’s commentary about this topic, click here. To view Dr Zhang’s op-ed about this topic, click here.
The Second Seminar on "State and Professional Autonomy: Conflicting Rights and Obligations in the State-Profession Relationship" was presented by the CMEL Deputy Director, Ms Daisy Cheung & Associate Professor Dr Calvin Ho on 30 April. To view the webinar, click here. To view the powerpoint, click here: Link to the powerpoint.
The First Seminar on "Digital Finance & Crisis" was presented by the AIIFL Director, Professor Douglas W. Arner, on 15 April. To view the webinar, click here. To view the paper and the powerpoint, click here: Link to the paper / Link to the powerpoint.