Jun 08
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Bridging Differences: A Dialogue on Hong Kong’s Continuous Employment Contract Law


Join us and our panellists from various sectors, such as the Legislative Council, union representative, and academia, to discuss the potential impacts of the 468 Proposal on both employers and employees, insights from other jurisdictions, and the evolving employment law landscape in Hong Kong. 


Date: 8 June 2024 (Saturday)

Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm (Refreshments will be provided.)

Venue: Philip K.H. Wong Theatre, 2/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower, University of Hong Kong

Language: Cantonese and English (simultaneous interpretation will be provided.)




Organisers: The Fair Work Clinic, in collaboration with Access to Justice Fellowship (A2J) and Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong


The panel will explore key topics such as:

  • Overview of the continuous employment contract regulations in Hong Kong
  • Practical considerations for employers and employees
  • Managing employment transitions under the new regulations
  • Navigating compliance and best practices



  • Hon Dennis Leung Tsz-wing, MH, Legislative Council Member for the Labour Constituency
  • Ms. Leung Tsz-yan, Organiser at the Hong Kong Women Workers’ Association (HKWWA)
  • Ms. Darcy Davison-Roberts, Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong



  • Professor Rick Glofcheski, Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong
  • Ms. Wong Wai-yu, former journalist
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