Skip to main content

Find out why Hong Kong's trusted legal system and broad range of world-class legal services make the city a premier platform for dispute resolution and business expansion in Asia.

From National Post: Hong Kong's courts are independent with high-calibre judges

Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Beverley McLachlin, talks about her first judging experience as a Non-permanent Judge of Hong Kong's Court of Final Appeal.
Learn more

From (E) BrandConnect: The 'game changer' for Hong Kong arbitration

Hong Kong has always been Asia's preferred arbitral centre. Now, its role for arbitrating China-related disputes has been strengthened with the provision of effectual procedural tools in Mainland courts, making Hong Kong the first and only jurisdiction in the world that allows its arbitrations to go to the Mainland courts for interim measures for preservation of evidence and assets. In the long-run it will be an important factor that further enhances Hong Kong as a seat of arbitration.
Learn more

From The New York Times: How talent, location and global links drive Hong Kong's legal tech scene

Hong Kong remains a "rising star" in the legal tech field with the rule of law, a stable international banking system and a respected dispute resolution system. Its growing LawTech ecosystem includes local and international entrepreneurs, lawyers and academics who are making good use of new technology to provide legal services to clients near and far. (This content was produced by T Brand Studio)
Learn more

From Bloomberg: The Legal Services Powerhouse in the Heart of the Orient

With a common law tradition, independent judiciary and strong rule of law, Hong Kong is an ideal place to start a company or tap into new business opportunities under the Belt and Road Initiative.
Learn more

From CNBC: The Future of Law - How AI is reshaping legal services

Artificial intelligence is transforming the legal services industry, with Hong Kong becoming a launchpad for new initiatives from machine learning, to problem solving, to online dispute resolution.
Learn more

Highlights from the 2019 Colloquium on International Law

The Colloquium on International Law, a flagship event of the Asian Academy of International Law, was held in Hong Kong on August 15 and 16. About 40 delegates from 30 countries attended the Colloquium, which included presentations from distinguished legal professionals and scholars.
Learn more

From Financial Times: Hong Kong's LawTech transformation

The Financial Times takes a look at how Hong Kong is driving the LawTech evolution in legal services and dispute resolution in Asia. (This content was produced by the advertising department of the Financial Times.)
Learn more

From (E) BrandConnect: How LawTech is transforming HK's legal landscape

Hong Kong is embracing current trends and initiatives in legal technology (LawTech) that are shaping the future of the entire legal services industry. A new online dispute resolution platform called eBRAM (Electronic Business Related Arbitration and Mediation) is set to shake up the process, making arbitration and mediation services cheaper, more efficient and vastly more accessible to small business owners.
Learn more

From The Hong Kong Lawyer: Hong Kong-Mainland bilateral arrangement regarding interim measures for arbitration

Landmark accord signed by Hong Kong's Department of Justice and the Chinese Supreme People's Court strengthens Hong Kong’s claim to be the premier jurisdiction for the resolution of China-related disputes through arbitration. (Article courtesy of Hong Kong Lawyer)
Learn more

Viewing the "Arrangement Concerning Mutual Assistance in Court-ordered Interim Measures in Aid of Arbitral Proceedings by the Courts of the Mainland and of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region" as a Window onto the New Legal Hubs

Hong Kong-Mainland arrangement on interim measures in aid of arbitral proceedings is a “momentous development”, writes Matthew S. Erie, Associate Professor of Modern Chinese Studies and Fellow at St. Cross College, University of Oxford.
Learn more

Hong Kong: Asia's legal services hub

The rule of law, an independent judiciary and a trusted common law system, as well as a wealth of local and international legal expertise, ensure a comprehensive range of world-class legal services in Hong Kong, the best place in Asia for people and businesses to connect and excel.
Learn more: American Lawyer, Asian Legal Business, and The In-House Lawyer

NZ lawyer taps Hong Kong's strengths

Specialising in smart solutions, Titus Rahiri set up KorumLegal in HK citing the city's deep pool of legal talent and innovation-friendly environment as key advantages in delivering a range of tech-enabled services to clients across the region.
Learn more

Mainland law firm opens Hong Kong office to tap growing demand for cross-border legal services

Mainland law firm Commerce and Finance Law Offices (Tongshang) announced the launch of its Hong Kong office and its association with a local law firm as part of its global expansion blueprint.
Learn more

Hong Kong's legal advantage on the Belt and Road

The transparency and predictability of English law as practiced in Hong Kong underpin huge opportunities for developing Belt and Road projects and transactions, according to the co-authors of a book published by legal firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner.
Learn more

Page 1 | 2 | 3