New concentration will be offered beginning in September 2010

City University of Hong Kong has announced it will be launching a new Maritime and Transportation Law LL.M. program beginning this September. The new concentration will be one of several specializations offered by the university, and will focus on shipping, insurance, and aviation law. It will be offered on both a full-time (one-year) and part-time basis.

The university has also transformed its Master of Arts in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution into a "Master of Laws" program beginning this year.

For more information, please visit the university website.

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