Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law (CCTL)​

The Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law  比較法與跨國法研究中心 (CCTL) was established in 2020 in order to provide institutional support and encourge collaborative comparative and transnational law research at CUHK LAW. 

It is the mission of CCTL to

  • conduct cutting-edge and innovative research in the areas of comparative and transnational law;
  • foster collaborative research projects within CUHK LAW and with external parties;
  • create high impact through research in academia and non-academic circles;
  • develop policy proposals for considerations of government bodies in Hong Kong and beyond;
  • be recognized as the leading centre of excellence in the areas of comparative and transnational law in Asia;
  • contribute to excellence in teaching across the University by promoting interdisciplinary approaches to course design and materials, as well as teaching-related collaboration with other Faculties;
  • contribute to the betterment of society locally, regionally and internationally through knowledge transfer activities, including media engagement and consultation with international and non-governmental organizations.

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CCTL covers comparative and transnational law research, focusing on specific fields, i.e. comparative constitutional law, cross-border legal issues, transnational legal history and law of obligations. This innovative collaborative research is supported through the following 6 cluster groups:

        EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
     
    Assistant Professor

        DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
     
     CLUSTER CHAIRS
     

    Prof. Ngoc Son BUI
    (Comparative Constitutional Law Research Forum)
    Assistant Professor

    Prof. Chao XI
    (Corporate Law and Governance Cluster)
    Professor

    Prof. Lutz-Christian WOLFF
    (Obligations Lab Asia)
    Dean, Faculty of Law
    Wei Lun Professor of Law

    Prof. Dicky TSANG
    (Private International Law Cluster)
    Associate Professor

    Prof. Christopher ROBERTS
    (Transnational Legal History Group)
    Assistant Professor

    STEERING COMMITTEE

    Dean, Faculty of Law
    Wei Lun Professor of Law

    Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellow
    Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor
    Director of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies
    Melbourne Law School

    Assistant Professor

    William F. Baxter – Visa International Professor of Law
    Stanford Law School

    Professor
    E-mail:cctl.law@cuhk.edu.hk
    Address:Faculty of Law
    6/F, Lee Shau Kee Building
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong