The law of unjust enrichment is more or less recognized in all modern jurisdictions. The name suggests that nobody should enrich herself at the expense of another party. Details of even very fundamental aspects of the law of unjust enrichment are, however, highly disputed everywhere. In particular, in Asia the law of unjust enrichment seems to lead a shadow existence, is under-researched and creates practical problems even in the more developed jurisdictions such as Hong Kong or Singapore.
To explore related issues CUHK LAW will hold a conference on “The Role of the Law of Unjust Enrichment in Asia” on 26 June 2020. It is supported by The Chinese Journal of Comparative Law.
The Law Society of Hong Kong has awarded CPD points to each session of the conference as follows:
|Course Date||Session||CPD point(s)|
|26 June 2020||Welcome and Introduction to the Topic and|
Panel Session I
(2:00 pm — 3:35 pm)
|Panel Session II|
(3:45 pm — 5:15 pm)
|Panel Session III|
(5:30 pm — 7:00 pm)
|Panel Session IV and Final Remarks|
(7:05 pm — 7:55 pm)