Information Seminar: There's Only One Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Law
- Event Unit
- | Common Law and Professional Courses
- Date & time
- 26Mar 2019 (Tue)19:00 - 20:00 Free
- Room 205, 2/F, Admiralty Centre,18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong (access via the shopping arcade escalators through Exit A, Admiralty MTR Station)
- Mr Danny Gittings (Associate Professor, HKU SPACE) Dr Kryss McLeod (Principal Lecturer, Manchester Met)
Mr Danny Gittings (Associate Professor, HKU SPACE)
Associate Professor Danny Gittings is course director of the Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Law and teaches on the programme. A former student on this programme, Danny is also author of a widely-used law textbook called "Introduction to the Hong Kong Basic Law".
Dr Kryss McLeod (Principal Lecturer, Manchester Met)
- 2520-4665 (email@example.com)
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- RELATED PROGRAMME
The Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Law (GDEHKL) has a 28 year track record of providing an affordable route towards legal practice in both Hong Kong and England & Wales with thousands of alumni in Hong Kong, many working as successful solicitors, barristers and even a judge of the High Court.
This is the only Graduate Diploma which covers both the English and Hong Kong law subjects you need for entry to the P.C.LL. vocational training course for intending solicitors and barristers in Hong Kong. Our graduates have a proven track record of successfully securing places on both part-time and full-time P.C.LL. courses in Hong Kong, including some government-funded places.
This popular program is filling up fast, with more than 30% of places on this year's intake already taken. Priority is given to early applicants so, if you're interested in joining the course, it's strongly in your interests to act now.
Come along and meet the course director and a visiting lecturer from Manchester Metropolitan University and find out more about the program. There's no need to register in advance. Just turn up and find out if this is the right course for you.
This is an exempted course under the Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead.