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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

20.11.2014CityU Law School Celebrated Mooting Achievements 2013/14 (Eng || Chi)
10.11.2014The International Conference on the Hong Kong Maritime Law Forum, 7-8 November 2014 (Eng || Chi)
10.11.2014Associate Professor Deva Appointed Editor of a New
Cambridge Journal (Eng || Chi)
28.10.2014Perspectives on law and literature (Eng || Chi)
21.10.2014A delegation from Law School (Intellectual Property School) at South China University of Technology visited CityU’s School of Law (Eng || Chi)
13.10.2014A delegation from James E. Rogers College of Law at The University of Arizona visited CityU’s School of Law (Eng || Chi)
09.10.2014RCCL Conference on “Theory and Practice of China’s Judicial Reform: Reform of Jurisdiction of Administrative Cases”, 9-10 October 2014 (Eng || Chi)
09.10.2014Doctor of Juridical Science (Chinese Judges) Book Donation Ceremony (Eng || Chi)
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