Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Legal Resources Centre's Current Opening Hours

The opening hour of Legal Resources Centre in the Bank of America Tower, is 9:00am-5:00pm Monday to Friday.  Closed Saturday and Sunday.


Monday, 4 November 2019

A Brief Comparison of Hong Kong Online Databases Guide

The Law Library has created A Brief Comparison of Hong Kong Online Databases guide to help users understand the scope, contents and features of some major Hong Kong Law databases (Lexis Advance, Westlaw Asia, Hong Kong Legal Information Institute (HKLII), Legal Reference System (Judiciary), and Hong Kong e-Legislation (HKeL). 

If interested, please visit: https://libguides.lib.cuhk.edu.hk/law/infoguide/database/hkcompare 

A Brief Comparison of Hong Kong Online Databases

Friday, 23 August 2019

Honesty in Academic Work: A Guide for Students and Teachers

Using Information Responsibly for Your Assignments guide has been created by Learning Support. You will find information about Honesty in Academic at CUHK,  How to Make Citation in Different Formats, Bibliographic Management Tools and Copyright issues.

To find more details, please check out the guide: https://libguides.lib.cuhk.edu.hk/usinginfo/Home 

Honesty in Academic Work at CUHK

Using Information Responsibly for Your Assignments

Friday, 9 August 2019


A warm welcome to all our new students to this fantastic educational adventure you have embarked on. Check out our “Top tips for new library users”, information on library workshops and guides below to get started using the Library. Also, welcome back to staff and returning students! We hope you had a refreshing break and we look forward to seeing you in the Library. The Library had a busy summer with a lot of new and exciting improvement.

  1. MakerSpace: A New Space for Creative Learning (September 2019)  [to be announced]
  2. Explore the new Music Library at Chung Chi College Library (September 2019) [Read More]
  3. Library Orientation 2019 [Read More]
  4. Top Tips for New Library users [Read More]
  5. Library Workshops for Undergraduate Students 2019 [to be announced]
  6. Research Skills Workshops for Postgraduates and Researchers [Read More]
  7. Top Tips for Postgraduates [Read More]
  8. ReadingList - a new way to find your course reading lists [Read More]
  9. Using Information Responsibly for your assignments [Read More]
  10. Library Guide for International Students [Read More]
  11. Research Skills Self-Learning Tools [Read More]
  12. HKALL books can now be returned to any CUHK Library [Read More]
  13. New and upgraded software on PCs - Mendeley, MATLAB and more [Read More]

The “China, Law and Development” Project

The “China, Law and Development” is a project funded by a European Research Council, which studies China’s impact on global economic law and legal systems. The research areas of the project include: conflict of law, modernization of the PRC legal system, China’s impact on international commercial law, China’s impact on the legal and regulatory systems of host states, dispute resolution and legal services, regional legal harmonization, and the method and theory of a comparative law and social sciences through the view of global China.

For more details and publications of this project, please visit: https://cld.web.ox.ac.uk/home

The "China, Law and Development" project homepage