The Faculty congratulates Michael Ng, Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Research) of Faculty of Law, has been awarded the University’s Research Output Prize 2022-23 (Faculty of Law) for his book Political Censorship in British Hong Kong: Freedom of Expression and the Law (1842–1997) (Cambridge University Press, 2022, 212pp).

The Faculty’s Research Output Prize 2023 goes to Cora Chan (Associate Professor), Gu Weixia (Associate Professor) and Ryan Whalen (Associate Professor) for their outputs shown below:

  1. From Legal Pluralism to Dual State: Evolution of the Relationship between the Chinese and Hong Kong Legal Orders (The Law and Ethics of Human Rights, Issue 16, Volume 1, p. 99-135) by Cora Chan
  2. The Global Rise of International Commercial Courts: Typology and Power Dynamics (Chicago Journal of International Law, Volume 22, Issue 2, p. 444-493) by Gu Weixia and Jacky Tam
  3. The Ghost in the Patent System: An Empirical Study of Patent Law’s Elusive “Skilled Artisan” (Network Science, First View, p. 1 – 29) by Ryan Whalen and Laura Pedraza-Fariña

The Selection Panel was deeply impressed with the awardees’ quality of outputs, especially their original insight and thoughtful presentation. Congratulations to all the awardees.