Dr Michael Ng 吳海傑
Department of Professional Legal Education
LLB, PCLL (HKU), MSocSc (Criminology, HKU), MA, PHD (History, CUHK), Solicitor (HK, non-practising), Certified Public Accountant (HK & US, non-practising), Fellow (Higher Education Academy)
Dr Michael Ng is a legal historian focusing on the legal history of China and Hong Kong in the 19th and 20th centuries. He specializes in researching the history of legal transplantations in China, the history of law and colonialism in Hong Kong, and the history of the role of law in Chinese businesses. Dr. Ng authored Legal Transplantation in Early 20th Century China – Practicing Law in Republican Beijing (1910s-1930s) (Routledge), and co-edited Chinese Legal Reform and the Global Legal Order – Adoption and Adaptation (Cambridge) and Civil Unrest and Governance in Hong Kong – Law and Order from Historical and Cultural Perspectives (Routledge). His works have appeared in leading international refereed journals such as Law and History Review, China Quarterly, Law and Literature, International Journal of Asian Studies, Business History, and Journal of Comparative Law, among others. He has been appointed as visiting fellow of the University of Cambridge, visiting scholar of the University of Melbourne and the National University of Singapore, and visiting Associate Professor of National Taiwan University.
Prior to joining the Faculty of Law, Dr Ng has served in the legal and finance sectors for more than 15 years. As a solicitor, Dr Ng specialized in corporate and commercial practice. After leaving the private legal practice, he served in a listed multinational corporation as its Chief Investment Officer and Finance Director, focusing on mergers, acquisitions and direct investment transactions in China and Asia. He also ran a China-focused private equity fund management firm as its Partner and CFO.
Dr Ng welcomes discussion on supervision of graduate study in law and history, broadly defined.
- Legal History of China and Hong Kong
- Experiential Legal Education
Knowledge -exchange Book
Book Reviews / Short Pieces
Grant, Award and Fellowship
Journal Editorship and Academic Society Management
Invited Conference Papers/Seminars (Selected)