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The School of Law was established in 1987 as the Department of Law. The principal objective of the School is to support and improve the provision of legal education and training in Hong Kong.

High on our agenda are three goals: becoming a world renowned centre for research and teaching of law; equipping students with global knowledge, skills and perspectives; and establishing a trusted relationship with local and international legal establishments.

Our Mission

The School of Law aspires to be an internationally-renowned centre for research and teaching in law in the Asia-Pacific region. The mission of the School is to provide students with an excellent education and to contribute to the advancement of knowledge. Through cooperation with other law schools and professional organizations, the School aims to foster an environment in which both students and staff develop and use their legal knowledge, professional skills and expertise for the benefit of the whole Hong Kong community.

Latest News

14.02.2017Visit by delegation of Korea University to Hong Kong Centre for Maritime and Transportation Law (Eng || Chi)
16.01.2017CityU hosted the conference on “Consumer Protection in Asia - Past, Present and Future” (Eng || Chi)
16.12.2016CityU Law School held 2016 Graduation Ceremony (Eng || Chi)
16.12.2016Assistant Professor Andra le Roux-Kemp awarded a Research Development Grant for Y-Rated Researchers (YRGR) (Eng || Chi)
28.11.2016CJER Successfully Held the 10th Advanced Programme for Chinese Senior Judges (Eng || Chi)
21.11.2016Hong Kong Maritime Law Scholarship 2016/17 Certificate Presentation (Eng || Chi)
09.11.2016SLW and CJER Jointly Held Opening Ceremony for Chinese Judges Programmes (Eng || Chi)
09.11.2016LLB graduate Jeffrey Lee Kwun Lun received the British Chevening Postgraduate Scholarship to study at the University of Cambridge (Eng || Chi)
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