Monday, 27 February 2017

Launch of Hong Kong e-Legislation (HKeL)



The Department of Justice of the HKSAR has launched a new legislation database, namely the Hong Kong e-Legislation (HKeL), to replace the Bilingual Laws Information System (BLIS). Users who access the BLIS website will be automatically redirected to the HKeL homepage.

Hong Kong e-Legislation (HKeL) is an electronic database of Hong Kong legislation established under section 3 of the Legislation Publication Ordinance (Cap. 614). It is maintained by the Department of Justice. HKeL provides current and past versions of consolidated legislation dating back to 30 June 1997 and PDF copies marked “verified copy” have official legal status. Different searching and viewing modes are available to facilitate access to law.

Verified copies of legislation with legal status will be progressively made available on HKeL for official use. In parallel, the existing Loose-leaf Edition of the Laws of Hong Kong will be phased out gradually.

Special features have been added to HKeL including: Table of Content for each ordinance (you can select, view and/or print  for specific parts only); past versions of legislation (Timeline is included), hyperlinks  to HKSAR Gazette and different caps/sections, subscription to email alerts for new amendments, and pencil mark / icon for legislation not yet inserted to HKel but hyperlinks will be provided to HKSAR Gazette etc. Users are able to search range of caps by entering e.g. “1-10” or 1, 3, 5 rather than being able to search just one ordinance/cap.  

For detailed guide on how to use on Hong Kong e-Legislation, please go: https://www.elegislation.gov.hk/howtouseeleg. To watch a video on an overview of HKeL, please go to: https://www.elegislation.gov.hk/faq#faq16

 
HK e-Legislation


View Legislation

Friday, 10 February 2017

Oxford Competition Law at CUHK



Competition Law has become significantly globalized and plays an important factor in international economic relations and businesses. Therefore, the Law Library has acquired Oxford Competition Law Online to equip our teachers and students with more resources to meet new challenges. 

Oxford Competition Law includes commentaries and case reports from EU member states. Reference materials include authoritative works such as Bellamy & Child: European Union Law of Competition, Faull & Nikpay on The EU Law of Competition and Whish & Bailey on Competition Law

CUHK Library users can access Oxford Compeition Law through A-Z Databases: Law

Oxford Competition Law

Oxford Competition Law on A-Z Databases: Law

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

More ebooks on CUHK's ProView

More ebooks have been added to our CUHK's Thomson Reuters Law ProView Hong Kong Law e-books.

To view the latest ebooks, please go to A-Z Databases by Law page and then select “Thomson Reuters Law ProView Hong Kong Law e-books” or simply search "Proview" on our CUHK Library Catalogue under Books tab.

To learn how to use the ProView platform, please go to our Law ebook Guides: Thomson Reuters Law ProView Hong Kong Law e-books for more instructions.

Current ebooks titles on CUHK's ProView platform:

Alternative Dispute Resolution 5e by Tania Sourdin 

Benjamin's Sale of Goods, 9th Edition by Professor Michael Bridge 

Benjamin’s Sale of Goods, S ... lement to the Ninth Edition by Professor Michael Bridge 

Bermuda Commercial Law by Harney Westwood & Riegels 

Cases and Materials on International Law by Professor David Harris 

Civil Litigation in Hong Kong, Fourth Edition by Allan Leung, Douglas Clark 

De Smith's Judicial Review 7th Edition by The Rt Hon the Lord Woolf, Professor Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC, Professor Andrew Le Sueur, Catherine Donnelly, Ivan Hare 

De Smith's Judicial Review 7th Edition, Supplement 3 by Right Hon Lord Woolf, Sir Jeffrey Jowell, Q.C., Professor Andrew Le Sueur, Ivan Hare, Catherine Donnelly 

Documentary Evidence, 12th Edition by Charles Hollander Q.C. 

Drafting Trusts and Will Trusts in Hong Kong by James Kessler QC, Thelma Kwan and Philip Munro 

Family Law and Practice in ... ng Handbook, Second Edition by Philippa Hewitt 

Hong Kong Basic Law Handbook by The Honourable Mr Justice Bokhary GBM NPJ, Michael Ramsden & Stuart Hargreaves 

Interpretation of Contracts: Lewison, 6th Edition by Sir Kim Lewison 

Law of the Hong Kong Constitution - Second Edition by Johannes Chan SC (Hon) & C.L. Lim 

MacGillivray on Insurance Law, 13th Edition by John Birds, Ben Lynch, Simon Milnes 

MacGillivray on Insurance L ... t to the Thirteenth Edition by John Birds, Ben Lynch, Simon Paul 

Major Issues in Company Law ... Law Notes), Fourth Edition by Peter Koh Soon Kwang 

Personal Injury Tables Hong ... the Calculation of Damages by Neville Sarony QC, SC and the team of contributing editors 

Practical Guide to the Hong Kong Competition Ordinance by Clara Ingen-Housz, Anna Mitchell and Knut Fournier 

Probate Practice in Hong Kong, Third Edition by Christopher SHERRIN , Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong

Shipping Law 4e by Martin Davies, Anthony Dickey, QC 

Snell's Equity by John McGhee QC M.A. (Oxon) 

Snell's Equity Second Suppl ... to the Thirty Third Edition by Author(s): John McGhee QC M.A. (Oxon) 

Uniform Evidence Law 12e by Stephen Odgers SC


CUHK's ProView ebook guide

CUHK's ProView Platform

Wednesday, 21 December 2016

ICLR (The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting) Database Guide Created

ICLR (The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting) is the authorised publisher of The Law Reports for the Superior & Appellate Courts of England & Wales.

ICLR's law reporters cover cases decided by the following courts and tribunals: The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, The Court of Justice of the European Union, The Court of Appeal (Civil Division), The Court of Appeal (Criminal Division), The Queen's Bench Division of the High Court, including the Divisional Court, The Chancery Division of the High Court, The Family Division of the High Court, The Court of Protection, The Employment Appeal Tribunal, The Upper Tribunal, The Court Martial Appeal Court, The Consistory Court, The Court of Ecclesiastical Causes Reserved, The Chancery Court of York. As well as the official Law Reports, ICLR publishes the Weekly Law Reports, the Industrial Cases Reports, the Business Law Reports, the Public and Third Sector Law Reports and the Consolidated Index to leading law reports.


CUHK users can access ICLR through A-Z Databases: Law or search the database name on CUHK Library’s Catalogue. CUHK users can also access some UK law reports on Lexis HK and Westlaw Asia.

For details, please visit: http://libguides.lib.cuhk.edu.hk/law/infoguide/database/iclr 


ICLR
 
ICLR Database Guide

Friday, 2 December 2016

最高人民法院数字图书馆 / The Eastlaw Digital Library - Supreme People’s Court of the People's Republic of China



The Supreme People’s Court of the People's Republic of China  has officially launched its new initiative called the ‘Digital Library’. 

The Eastlaw Library is the official and biggest digital library for juristic writings and records created by the Supreme People’s Court of the People's Republic of China.

The digital library is divided into six sections, while eight databases and 15 special columns have been set up to offer more specialized legal resources including  rare records of cases from ancient China, famous cases from different historical periods, and well-known foreign cases.

The library is mainly written in Chinese though some resources are in English.

This digital library is also listed in Useful Websites: PRC  under Legal Resources section on our Law Library’s website.

 
最高人民法院数字图书馆 / The Eastlaw Library

中国古代案例库

The Eastlaw digital library has been listed on our Law Library's Useful Websites: PRC - Legal Resources