Our students have set up and initiated various student associations and clubs, including student associations, music associations and extracurricular associations to supplement their
Since its establishment in 2008, the Undergraduate Law Society of the Student Union of the Chinese University of Hong Kong has been the official student representative body of undergraduate law students here at CUHK. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Society and we, Lucida, hope to honor this legacy by continuing and further improving on what the previous nine cabinets have established.
The Undergraduate Law Society aims to enhance the unity and communication between the members of the Society, the Faculty, as well as the professional legal field. Internally, the Society dedicates itself to serving and bettering the general welfare of all its members by collaborating with both the students and the Faculty. The Society also strives to bridge the gap between students and the wider working community by working with legal professionals to create more opportunities for students to better understand the legal profession.
Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact the ULS at firstname.lastname@example.org
2017-2018 Undergraduate Law Society of the Student Union of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Lucida
President - Jessalyn LAM
The Graduate Law Students Association represents all postgraduate law students at CUHK. We are the liaison between students and the faculty, and arrange career talks, socials and other events. All postgraduate law students are automatically members of the GLSA with voting rights in the general election that happens once every
2016/2017 GLSA Executive Board Members and Student Representatives
|External Vice-President||Paul LI|
|Internal Vice-President||Max LUI|
|JD FT Student Representative||Adrian CHAN|
The Hong Kong Student Law Gazette is Hong Kong's leading law student publication. It aims to encourage students to engage in key legal issues, contribute to legal scholarship, and build closer ties between law students and the wider legal community.
Additionally, there are a number of other students’ associations, societies and affiliated clubs at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Some are formed in the Faculties, Schools and Departments and they may be affiliated to different Colleges in the University or formed as interest clubs. A list of Student Organizations at the University can be viewed from here.