Academic Staff

Puja Kapai

Associate Professor of Law 
Master of Laws (LLM), Harvard Law School
Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (PCLL), The University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Laws (LLB), The University of Hong Kong
Barrister of the High Court of the Hong Kong SAR (non-practising)

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4/F, K K Leung Building
Faculty of Law
The University of Hong Kong
Pokfulam Road, Pokfulam
Hong Kong

Creative Research Output / Community Initiatives

  1. Consultant and Trainer for Christian Action: train Ethnic Minority Leaders working with Christian Action on issues relating to education, employment and racial discrimination. "Training of Trainers in Cultural Sensitivity" run jointly by Hong Kong Christian Action and HKU ESRT on Diversity Studies (of which I am a co-convenor) over 7 weeks from 19 November 2009 to 8 January 2010.
  2. Working Group on Cultural Sensitivity and Diversity Training Manual established in partnership with Hong Kong Christian Action, April 2010.
  1. Board Member, Asian Migrants Center, I was invited to be on the Board for the AMC in Hong Kong: Migrant workers in HK and the need for greater legal regulation of issues concerning their interests and rights.
  2. Consultant, Community Business Asia, a local NGO: Commissioned to produce a report on legal provisions pertaining to ageing and age discrimination in select countries in Asia, June 2009.
  3. Consultant, Unison Hong Kong (on Racial Discrimination and other inequalities relating to ethnic minority communities in Hong Kong)
  4. Consultant, Community Legal Information Center 2006-2009.
  5. Guest Speaker, Invited to speak about Diversity in the Workplace, by Corporate Social Responsibility Asia and Equal Opportunities Commission, September 2009.
  1. Interview, Center for Development and Resources for Students, Part of a Diversity Video which covering campus-related issues on Diversity, Multiculturalism, and Sexual Orientation, August 2010.
  1. Diversity Research Network and Database. As part of the Emerging Strategic Research Theme on Diversity Studies, co-developing a website to serve a research network and database for diversity-related research and opportunities around the world:
          * To serve as a one-stop shop on conference alerts, publications and activities all
          pertaining to diversity-related themes
          * Content publicly accessible for all those interested in diversity research and
          development in the region and internationally.
          * To include publications, related curriculum development and other initiatives on
          diversity including NGOs and thematic assistance.
          * The aim is to compile a database of past and current diversity-related research
          conducted at the University of Hong Kong and other local academic institutions in
          its initial phase. This initiative is due to be launched officially in March 2011 for
          the first-phase launch.
          * In its second phase, it is hoped that the website will incorporate regional and
          international data on the same and will remain publically searchable by diversity
          research scholars around the world.
  2. Interview, Singapore Radio International, 2009, for my views on the recent developments in Hong Kong with respect to the passing of the Race Discrimination Ordinance.
    • Citation, Phyllis Tsang, Selection Process for EOC Chief Under Fire, South China Morning Post Newspaper (HK), 4 September 2009.