If you follow me on twitter or have liked my Facebook Page, then you will have just seen that I have announced that I have rebooked my trip to Hong Kong!
I was meant to go earlier in the year, but was unable to do so, so I am very excited to have managed to squeeze in a quick trip for work before 2016 is out.
Why Hong kong?
I have been approached by a few people to pop out and chat about work, plus as you know I am such a law geek, so I plan to visit some Universities and courts, and also attend some legal events (as well as sight see, and admire the beautiful Hong Kong Skyline *photo was taken from google*)
I can’t share too much about the work I may or may not be doing right now but what I can tell you is that I will be visiting the Hong Kong Bar Association and the Hong Kong Law Society whilst I am there. There will be diary entry posts when I am in Hong Kong and of course I will be tweeting and sharing photos on Facebook and Instagram too. So if you aren’t following me on these platforms now is the time to do so.
I will also be visiting a couple of courts (yes I am that much of a law geek), and will definitely be sitting in on 2 sessions at the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal, and I am fortunate that there is a criminal and civil procedure matter happening whilst I am over there. I am also looking forward to visiting the High Court and the Competition Tribunal.
I am really excited to be heading to Hong Kong and to be going for work stills feels extremely surreal. This year has felt like I have taken Lawyer In The Making and my digital marketing consultancy business on tour!
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Have you been to Hong Kong? Do you work or study there? Maybe you have some sight seeing recommendations? Let me know!
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