Last Chance for UK! New Chance for PCLL in HK! - HKU SPACE
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Jul 2021
(Tue)

Last Chance for UK! New Chance for PCLL in HK!

Subject Area
Common Law and Professional Courses, Law-Related Courses

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Date & time
20Jul 2021 (Tue)19:30 - 20:30
Venue
Prof. and Mrs Enoch Young Lecture Theatre, 2/F, Admiralty Centre and Facebook Live @ HKU SPACE Law Facebook Page
Fee
FREE (Online Registration is required)
Speaker
Programme Directors: Danny Gittings, Thomas Ng and Simon Ng

Programme Directors: Danny Gittings, Thomas Ng and Simon Ng

Enquiry
2520-4665 (studylaw@hkuspace.hku.hk)
Related link
HKU SPACE Law Facebook Page
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Graduate Diploma in English and Hong Kong Law (Common Professional Examination) (Manchester Metropolitan University)
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