Posts Tagged ‘Property Law Discussion Group’

The Home Ownership Scheme and beneficial ownership. 16 June 2021. Ms Phoebe Woo.

June 1, 2021

Dear All,

You are invited to a meeting of the online Property Law Discussion Group at 12.15pm on 16 June (Wed).

The speaker is Ms Phoebe Woo (BA and LLB. HKU; LL.M. Cambridge University; HKU Pre-doctoral Fellow).

Her topic is: ‘The Home Ownership Scheme and beneficial ownership’.

Participation is open to everyone with an interest in Property Law. It seeks, among other things, to give a platform for the work of Law students and alumni in the early stages of their careers. The Group hopes to have at least one or two meetings a month, perhaps more.

We can talk about any Property Law issues of interest to you.

There will be a brief 5 – 10 minute presentation and then discussion. The meeting will last for 30 – 45 minutes.

If you would like to attend, kindly register here by 5 pm, 15 June 2021.

We look forward to seeing you at the discussion group.

Best regards,

Faculty of Law,

CUHK

Property Law Online Discussion – Ms Yasmine Zahir – Property claims for cultural property – 26 May 2021

May 20, 2021

A reminder of the meeting of the online Property Law Discussion Group at 12.15pm on 26 May (Wed).

The speaker is Ms Yasmine Zahir, Barrister-at-law, Liberty Chambers. Her topic is: ‘Treasure Hunting for the Golden Buddha’ and her presentation looks at property claims for cultural property.

Participation is open to any students and alumni with an interest in Property Law. The Group hopes to have at least one or two meetings a month, perhaps more.

We can talk about any Property Law issues of interest to you.

There will be a brief 5 – 10 minute presentation and then discussion. The meeting will last for 30 – 45 minutes.

If you would like to attend, kindly register here by 5 pm, 25 May 2021.

You might also want to sign up for the forum at Property Law Discussion Group | iipl (cuhk.edu.hk) to stay in touch and participate in online discussions.

We look forward to seeing you at the discussion group.

Best regards, 

Faculty of Law

The Chinese University of Hong Kong