The summer school is open to post-graduate researchers and early career academics working in any discipline. Your current work should engage with law and the humanities, broadly conceived, and may include (though need not be limited to): legal, critical, cultural or political theory; law and literature; law and film; law and aesthetics; legal history; post-colonial studies; feminist legal studies; critical legal studies; critical race theory; the anthropology of law; law and geography.

Please complete the application form by clicking here

Deadline for applications: 6th January 2020

For any inquiries please contact Dr Daniel Matthews (Faculty of Law, HKU):


Fee for participation: 1,750HKD (224USD)

This fee covers all the seminar sessions, lunch, coffee and light refreshments every day, and a welcome dinner and drinks reception.

Participants will have to cover their own travel and accommodation costs. Dicounted, on campus accommodation has been secured for participants in the summer school. Please see the accommodation section for further information.