The Centre for Chinese and Comparative Law was established in 1993-94 to foster research and scholarly discussion on Chinese and comparative law.
In addition to its research on various issues relating to Chinese law, the Centre is committed to conducting in-depth comparative research in commercial law, environmental law, constitutional and administrative law , criminal law and administration of justice civil law and intellectual property law.
The Centre contributes to the University's goal of excellence - research. The Centre aspires to become the premier Chinese and comparative law research centre in the Asia Pacific region through organizing and facilitating research on Chinese and comparative law. The Centre disseminates research results and knowledge in the HKSAR, the Mainland and overseas. The Centre provides a platform for discussion and exchange of knowledge amongst a diverse group of scholars and develops links for a co-operative research culture.