Law Information Seminar & Sample Class - HKU SPACE
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Jul 2020

Law Information Seminar & Sample Class

Event Unit
| Law-Related Courses

Date & time
08Jul 2020 (Wed)19:00 - 20:00
Room 317, 3/F, Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong (access via the shopping arcade escalators through Exit A, Admiralty MTR Station)
Programme Director: Thomas Ng
Programme Director: Thomas Ng

Programme Director: Thomas Ng

Thomas Ng is a programme director at HKUSPACE, and teaches the Business Associations component of the Certificate in Legal Studies. He has also taught on many other law courses at HKU SPACE, and is happy to answer any questions you may have about studying law.

Online Registration
2520-4665 (
Relevant Programmes
Certificate in Legal Studies

If you've ever thought about studying law, come along and find out more from the teachers in Hong Kong's most popular introductory law course.

Studying law is a powerful and proven way to add value to your career. On the Certificate in Legal Studies, we built the program to give you the best possible start. With high exam pass rates, and a convenient course structure specially designed for students with families and/or busy jobs. 

More than 12,000 students who started on this program, have discovered the Certificate in Legal Studies is the proven way to start their legal studies. Many of our former students who started on the Certificate in Legal Studies program are now working as legal professionals.

So come along to meet your future teachers, and ask them any questions you want about the benefits of studying law. Come along now to our free seminar and discover why the Certificate in Legal Studies is Hong Kong's most popular introductory law course.

You are invited to attend a free law sample class for the Certificate in Legal Studies and experience the passion of our teachers, and the great opportunities you'll find as a HKU SPACE law student.

Sample Class: Introduction to Business Associations

- Types of Business Associations

- Differences between companies and partnerships