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LawLaw-Related Courses

Law-Related Courses

Even if you have no interest in pursuing a legal career, law affects all of us and HKU SPACE offers law-related courses to help you understand the impact of important legal issues on our daily lives.
 
An open, dynamic and more connected world has significant impact on law, citizenship and participation, challenging not only our usual understanding of these concepts but also the conventional compartmentalization of legal knowledge.  We need global, interdisciplinary yet context-sensitive perspectives to make sense of the changes and reflect on ourselves and our relationships with others.
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The Summer Workshop is composed of a series of day-time, interdisciplinary expert lectures, seminars and workshops on disability equality, based on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD).  It intends to serve the educational needs of academics, professionals, policy makers advocates and NGO workers in the Greater China Area – Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan and Mainland China.  There will be a specific theme for each year. 
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Start To be advised
Duration 5 days
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Studying law is a powerful and proven way to get ahead in your career. On the Certificate in Legal Studies, we built a program designed to give you the best possible start. With high exam pass rates, flexible exam schedule, a convenient course structure specially catering for students with busy jobs. More than 10,000 student have enrolled in Certificate in Legal Studies (CLS), this is the proven way to start your legal studies. Many of our former students who started on CLS program are now employed as legal professionals, working for law firms, public service, and large companies.
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Start 24 OCT 2017 (TUE)
Duration 9 months
Fee General Stream: HK$21,500 per year
Professional Stream: HK$31,800 per year
The Summer Workshop is composed of a series of day-time, interdisciplinary expert lectures, seminars and workshops on disability equality, based on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD).  It intends to serve the educational needs of academics, professionals, policy makers advocates and NGO workers in the Greater China Area – Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan and Mainland China.  There will be a specific theme for each year. 
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Start To be advised
Duration 5 days
Fee To be confirmed