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Oct 10 2013

WESTLAW DAY (12-13 Nov 2013)

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You are cordially invited to the Westlaw Day training sessions.  Multiple sessions will be offered each day by Westlaw specialist trainer in the Computer Room, Lui Che Woo Law Library, 1/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower, Centennial Campus.  For the schedule, please visit http://lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43#7145.   Souvenirs and training materials will be distributed to participants.  Registration is not required but seats with PCs are limited, first come first served.

 

Whether you are new to Westlaw or need to reinforce your search skills, we invite you to come along.  For enquiries, please email lawlib@hku.hk or call 3917-2914.

 

Westlaw is an online legal research service which provides a unique collection of legal and regulatory information. The collection includes case law, legislation, law reviews, treaties, and directories from Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, European Union.  Westlaw can be accessed from the University Libraries’ Key English Resources page at http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/ER/keyDB/hkul/i.

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Oct 09 2013

HKLII DAY (6 November 2013)

You are cordially invited to the annual HKLII DAY, organized by the Law Library, on Wednesday, 6 November 2013.


Introduction to HKLII & CLIC

1-2 pm, Computer Room, Lui Che Woo Law Library, 1/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower, by Dr Kevin Pun, Associate Professor, Dept of Computer Science & Law, Co-Director of HKLII. Demonstration will also be given on CLIC (Community Legal Information Centre http://www.hkclic.org/, a bilingual community legal information website and a quick internet guide for the general public to find legal information in Hong Kong.  To register online, visit
http://lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43#7144 


HKLII (Hong Kong Legal Information Institute,
http://www.hklii.hk) is the first comprehensive portal providing free access to public legal information in Hong Kong.  It is a project of Law & Technology Centre, a centre jointly established by Department of Computer Science and Faculty of Law, and is based on data obtained from public authorities and other sources in Hong Kong.  Databases in HKLII now comprise Judgments from most Hong Kong Courts and Tribunals; Practice Directions; Current Ordinances and Regulations; selected publications of Hong Kong Law Reform Commission; selected domain name arbitration decisions from the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Administrative Appeals Board case notes and complaint case notes from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data.
 

 

For enquiries, please email lawlib@hku.hk or call 3917-2914.
 

 

HKLII DAY is organized by the Law Library, with support from the Faculty of Law and the Department of Computer Science.

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Sep 27 2013

LEXIS DAY (7-8 Oct 2013)

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You are cordially invited to the Lexis Day training sessions.  Multiple sessions will be offered on these two days by Lexis specialist trainer in the Lui Che Woo Law Library, 1/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower, Centennial Campus.  For the schedule, please visit http://lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43.  Souvenirs and training materials will be distributed to participants.  Registration is not required but seats with PCs are limited, first come first served.

 

Whether you are new to Lexis or need to reinforce your search skills, we invite you to come along.  For enquiries, please email lawlib@hku.hk or call 3917-2914.

 

Lexis.com is an online legal research service which provides case law, law reviews, legislation and legal journal articles from Hong Kong, China, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, Malaysia, India, South Africa etc.  Lexis.com can be accessed from the University Libraries’ Key English Resources page at http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/ER/keyDB/hkul/i.

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Oct 30 2012

HKLII DAY (9 Nov 2012)

You are cordially invited to the annual HKLII DAY, organized by the Law Library, on Friday, 9 November 2012.

 

Introduction to HKLII & CLIC

1-2 pm, Lui Che Woo Law Library, 1/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower, by Dr Kevin Pun, Associate Professor, Dept of Computer Science & Law, Co-Director of HKLII. Demonstration will also be given on CLIC (Community Legal Information Centre http://www.hkclic.org/, a bilingual community legal information website and a quick internet guide for the general public to find legal information in Hong Kong.  To register online, visit

http://obelix.lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43#6488

 

HKLII (Hong Kong Legal Information Institute, http://www.hklii.hk) is the first comprehensive portal providing free access to public legal information in Hong Kong.  It is a project of Law & Technology Centre, a centre jointly established by Department of Computer Science and Faculty of Law, and is based on data obtained from public authorities and other sources in Hong Kong.  Databases in HKLII now comprise Judgments from most Hong Kong Courts and Tribunals; Practice Directions; Current Ordinances and Regulations; selected publications of Hong Kong Law Reform Commission; selected domain name arbitration decisions from the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Administrative Appeals Board case notes and complaint case notes from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data.

 

 For enquiries, please email lawlib@lib.hku.hk or call 3917-2914.

 

HKLII DAY is organized by the Law Library, with support from the Faculty of Law and the Dept of Computer Science.

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Oct 29 2012

WESTLAW DAY (5-6 Nov 2012) & LEXIS DAY (7-8 Nov 2012)

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You are cordially invited to the Westlaw Day and Lexis Day training sessions.  Multiple sessions will be offered each day by Westlaw/Lexis specialist trainers in the Lui Che Woo Law Library, 1/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower, Centennial Campus.  For the schedule, please visit http://obelix.lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43.   Souvenirs and training materials will be distributed to participants.  Registration is not required but seats with PCs are limited, first come first served.

 

Whether you are new to Lexis or Westlaw or need to reinforce your search skills, we invite you to come along.  For enquiries, please email lawlib@lib.hku.hk or call 3917-2914.

 

Lexis.com is an online legal research service which provides case law, law reviews, legislation and legal journal articles from Hong Kong, China, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, Malaysia, India, South Africa etc.  Lexis.com can be accessed from the University Libraries’ Key English Resources page at http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/ER/keyDB/hkul/i.

 

Westlaw is an online legal research service which provides a unique collection of legal and regulatory information. The collection includes case law, legislation, law reviews, treaties, and directories from Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, European Union.  Westlaw can be accessed from the University Libraries’ Key English Resources page at http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/ER/keyDB/hkul/i.

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Oct 31 2011

HKLII DAY, 10 November 2011

You are cordially invited to the annual HKLII DAY, organized by the Law Library, on Thursday, 10 November 2011.

 

HKLII (Hong Kong Legal Information Institute, http://www.hklii.org.hk) is the first comprehensive portal providing free access to public legal information in Hong Kong.  It is a project of Law & Technology Centre, a centre jointly established by Department of Computer Science and Faculty of Law, and is based on data obtained from public authorities and other sources in Hong Kong.  Databases in HKLII now comprise Judgments from most Hong Kong Courts and Tribunals; Practice Directions; Current Ordinances and Regulations; selected publications of Hong Kong Law Reform Commission; selected domain name arbitration decisions from the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Administrative Appeals Board case notes and complaint case notes from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data.

 

HKLII Day events include:

 

(A) Introduction to HKLII & CLIC

1-2 pm, e-Learning Lab, G/F, Main Library, presented by Dr Kevin Pun, Associate Professor, Dept of Computer Science & Dept of Law, HKU; Co-Director of HKLII. Demonstration will also be given on CLIC (Community Legal Information Centre http://www.hkclic.org/),  a bilingual community legal information website and a quick internet guide for the general public to find legal information in Hong Kong.  To register online, visit
http://obelix.lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43#5737
.

 

(B) HKLII Poster Exhibition & Quiz
This exhibition will highlight the major features of HKLII, its content coverage and functionalities.  Take the HKLII Quiz and receive a souvenir at the Law Library!


We look forward to your participation.  For enquiries, email lawlib@lib.hku.hk or call 2859-2914.

 

HKLII DAY is organized by the Law Library, with support from the Faculty of Law and the Dept of Computer Science.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sep 26 2011

WESTLAW DAY (3-4 Oct 2011) & LEXIS DAY (6-7 Oct 2011)

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You are cordially invited to the Westlaw Day and Lexis Day training sessions.  Multiple sessions will be offered each day by Westlaw/Lexis specialist trainers in the Law Library, 1/F, K.K. Leung Building.  For the schedule, please visit http://obelix.lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43.   Souvenirs and training materials will be distributed to participants.  Registration is not required but seats with PCs are limited, first come first served.

 

Whether you are new to Lexis or Westlaw or need to reinforce your search skills, we invite you to come along.  For enquiries, please email lawlib@lib.hku.hk or call 2859-2914.

 

Lexis.com is an online legal research service which provides case law, law reviews, legislation and legal journal articles from Hong Kong, China, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, Malaysia, India, South Africa etc.  Lexis.com can be accessed from the University Libraries’ Key English Resources page at http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/ER/keyDB/hkul/i.

 

Westlaw is an online legal research service which provides a unique collection of legal and regulatory information. The collection includes case law, legislation, law reviews, treaties, and directories from Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, European Union.  Westlaw can be accessed from the University Libraries’ Key English Resources page at http://sunzi.lib.hku.hk/ER/keyDB/hkul/i.

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Oct 20 2010

HKLII DAY, 4 November 2010

You are cordially invited to the annual HKLII DAY, organized by the Law Library, on Thursday, 4 November 2010.

 

HKLII (Hong Kong Legal Information Institute, http://www.hklii.org.hk) is the first comprehensive portal providing free access to public legal information in Hong Kong.  It is a project of Law & Technology Centre, a centre jointly established by Department of Computer Science and Faculty of Law, and is based on data obtained from public authorities and other sources in Hong Kong.  Databases in HKLII now comprise Judgments from most Hong Kong Courts and Tribunals; Practice Directions; Current Ordinances and Regulations; selected publications of Hong Kong Law Reform Commission; selected domain name arbitration decisions from the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Administrative Appeals Board case notes and complaint case notes from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data.

 

HKLII Day events include:

 

(A) Introduction to HKLII & CLIC

1-2 pm, e-Learning Lab, G/F, Main Library, presented by Dr Kevin Pun, Associate Professor, Dept of Computer Science & Dept of Law, HKU; Co-Director of HKLII. Demonstration will also be given on CLIC (Community Legal Information Centre http://www.hkclic.org/),  a bilingual community legal information website and a quick internet guide for the general public to find legal information in Hong Kong.  To register online, visit
http://obelix.lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43#5201.

 

(B) HKLII Poster Exhibition & Quiz

This exhibition will highlight the major features of HKLII, its content coverage and functionalities.  Join an HKLII Quiz and win souvenirs at the Law Library.

 

For enquiries, email lawlib@lib.hku.hk or call 2859-2914.

 

HKLII DAY is organized by the Law Library, with support from the Faculty of Law and the Dept of Computer Science.

 

 

 

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Sep 21 2010

WESTLAW DAY (7-8 Oct 2010) & LEXIS DAY (13-14 Oct 2010)

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You are cordially invited to the Westlaw Day and Lexis Day training sessions.  Multiple sessions will be offered each day by Westlaw/Lexis specialist trainers in the Law Library, 1/F, K.K. Leung Building.  For the schedule, please visit http://obelix.lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43.   Souvenirs and training materials including new Westlaw HK user guides will be distributed to participants.  Registration is not required but seats with PCs are limited, first come first served.

 

Whether you are new to Lexis or Westlaw or need to reinforce your search skills, we invite you to come along.  For enquiries, please email lawlib@lib.hku.hk or call 2859-2914.

 

Lexis.com is an online legal research service which provides case law, law reviews, legislation and legal journal articles from Hong Kong, China, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, Malaysia, India, South Africa etc.  Lexis.com can be accessed from the University Libraries’ Key English Resources page at http://sunzi1.lib.hku.hk/ER/keyDB.jsp?lang=i.

 

Westlaw International is an online legal research service which provides a unique collection of legal and regulatory information. The collection includes case law, legislation, law reviews, treaties, and directories from Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, European Union.  Westlaw can be accessed from the University Libraries’ Key English Resources page at http://sunzi1.lib.hku.hk/ER/keyDB.jsp?lang=i.

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Oct 27 2009

HKLII DAY, 3 November 2009

You are cordially invited to the annual HKLII DAY to be held on Tuesday, 3 November 2009.

 

HKLII (Hong Kong Legal Information Institute, http://www.hklii.org.hk ) is the first comprehensive portal providing free access to public legal information in Hong Kong.  It is a project of China IT & Law Centre, a centre jointly established by Department of Computer Science and Faculty of Law, and is based on data obtained from public authorities and other sources in Hong Kong.  Databases in HKLII now comprise Judgments from most Hong Kong Courts and Tribunals; Practice Directions; Current Ordinances and Regulations; Law Reform Commission selected publications; Historical laws, with data supplied by the University Libraries; selected domain name arbitration decisions from the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Administrative Appeals Board case notes and complaint case notes from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data.

 

HKLII Day events include:

 

(A) Introduction to HKLII & CLIC

1-2 pm, e-Learning Lab, G/F, Main Library, by Dr Kevin Pun, Associate Professor, Dept of Computer Science & Dept of Law, HKU; Director of HKLII. Demonstration will also be given on CLIC (Community Legal Information Centre http://www.hkclic.org/, a bilingual community legal information website and a quick internet guide for the general public to find legal information in Hong Kong.  To register online, visit

http://obelix.lib.hku.hk/cgi-bin/course/list_gp_m.cgi?category=43#4334

 

(B) HKLII workshops

A small-group session will be offered at 2.30-3.15 pm, 1/F, Law Library, K.K. Leung Building.  No registration is required.  Limited seats with PCs are available, first-come-first-served.

 

For enquiries, please email lawlib@lib.hku.hk or call 2859-2914.

 

HKLII DAY is organized by the Law Library, with support from the Faculty of Law and the Dept of Computer Science.

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