Internship (LAW323) is an elective course offered in conjunction with legal and commercial firms. The course emphasizes learning through working in the real-world environment. It provides hands-on working experience guided by an Academic Supervisor from the department and an Intern Master who is an experienced practitioner in the relevant field. The course combines study with engagement in the daily operations of a legal or commercial workplace where students will experience the application of legal and business knowledge in a real work environment. 

LAW323 Internship Introduction Video

Speaker: Dr. Wendy LUI
Department Head, Assistant Professor
Industrial Attachment Coordinator, IAO

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Course Structure

Students will be placed into a law firm or a commercial company for a designated period during the winter or summer semester. Before the internship, students will participate in pre-internship training workshops and briefings. Students will join sharing and review sessions during the course of the internship guided by the Academic Supervisor. After completion of the internship, students are required to prepare a report on their experience as part of the course work.
 
 

Acknowledgment

We are fortunate to have had the support of the following in making the internship course a success in the past:
 
Amy Lam & Co Solicitors
Chambers of Ronny Wong SC
Ernest Tang, Solicitors
Francis Kong & Co Solicitors
Gary Soo’s Chambers
Ho & Ip Solicitors
Hong Kong General Chamber of Social Enterprises Ltd
Hong Kong Zhong Shan Youth Association
Kwok, Ng & Chan Solicitors & Notaries
Leung Wah & Co. CPA
Li & Partners
Mazars Corporate Recovery & Forensic Services Ltd
Reanda EFA Secretarial Limited
Run For Good
So, Lung and Associates Solicitors