Dr Liang Zhao is an Associate Professor in Law and is a member of China Maritime Law Association and Hong Kong Maritime Law Association. He is the co-author of the book “Maritime Law and Practice in China” published by Informa law from Routledge in 2017. He has written a chapter about ship finance for “Maritime Law and Practice in Hong Kong” published by Sweet & Maxwell Asia in 2015 and 2020 (2nd edition). He has published academic papers in reputable periodicals.
Liang welcomes enquiries from PhD students interested in undertaking research in maritime law, particularly comparative maritime law between English law and civil law; and also those with an interest in commercial law, international trade law, and private international law.
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