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  1. View details An Introduction to the Conflict of Laws - Second Edition
    Publication Date: May 2020
    Book (Soft cover)

    Authors: Alan Gibb, Richard Morris, King Fung Tsang

    ""For practitioners and students who want to understand the essential aspects of conflict of laws without delving into the heavier text of standard reference works, this book is an excellent practical guide." - Allen Leung, Solicitor; Partner, Dentons Hong Kong LLP; Former Chairman of the Hong Kong Law Society's Working Party on Civil Justice Reform; Member of the Law Reform Commission

    "I have no doubt that this book will be very valuable both to those who seek a good introduction to the conflict of laws, and am confident that it will soon become a starting point for the study of the subject in Hong Kong." - Aarif Barma, Justice of Appeal, Court of Appeal, High Court of the HKSAR"

    HK$ 880.00
  2. View details An Introduction to the Conflict of Laws - Second Edition (St...
    Publication Date: November 2019
    eBookBook (Soft cover)

    Author: Alan Gibb, Richard Morris, King Fung Tsang

    The conflict of laws is a subject with which all Hong Kong lawyers need to be familiar. It is now a subject which must be covered by students at all Hong Kong law schools. However, while texts such as Johnston’s The Conflict of Laws in Hong Kong and (earlier editions of) Dicey & Morris’ The Conflict of Laws provide detailed and in-depth coverage of the subject, we have long lacked an introductory textbook to this subject that covers it from a Hong Kong perspective, so as to make the subject accessible to those coming to it for the first time. The aim of this book is to fill that gap.

    This is a Student Title. Customers must register with a valid school email address to checkout. Any Student Title order without a correctly registered school email address shall be cancelled and refunded. Please register or login at the top right corner of the page. 

    Starting at HK$ 750.00