City University of Hong Kong Law Review

City University of Hong Kong Law Review
City University of Hong Kong Law Review  
Abbreviated title (ISO) City Univ. Hong Kong Law Rev.
Discipline Law
Language English
Publication details
Publisher City University of Hong Kong School of Law
Publication history 2009-present
Frequency Biannually
ISSN 2076-4030
OCLC number 503167278

The City University of Hong Kong Law Review (Bluebook abbreviation: CityU LR) is a student-edited and peer-reviewed law journal published by the School of Law of the City University of Hong Kong. It was established in October 2009. The journal features articles, notes, book reviews, and recent legal developments in Hong Kong as well as mainland China. The journal is published bi-annually and is available on HeinOnline.


Aims and objectives

The journal aims to:

  • publish papers on cutting-edge issues in diverse areas of law
  • provide a forum for members of legal fraternity in Hong Kong and overseas to engage in dialogue on contemporary legal issues of local as well as global interest
  • expose the outside world to the legal developments in mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau
  • encourage law students to publish in a scholarly journal read by an international audience
  • harness the editing and research skills of law students

Editorial board

The journal is edited by a selected group of LLB and JD students of the City University School of Law. Each academic year, about 20 to 25 students are selected based on their academic performance, language skills, past editing experience, and writing abilities. The student members of the Board are supported by a faculty editor and an international board of advisors.[1]

Notable articles

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External links

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