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Last Monday, 1st February, saw Raymond Leung and Annita Mau, General Editor and Contributing Editor [respectively] of the the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook interviewed on RTHK Radio 3′s popular Morning Brew show by Presenter, Phil Whelan. 

Raymond Leung and Annita Mau at RTHK

Raymond Leung and Annita Mau at RTHK

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For more information about the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook and to order online please visit www.sweetandmaxwell.com.hk

Keswick Chuk, Contributing Editor for the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, speaking live from the event , Enhancement of the Public Understanding of Mediation in Hong Kong, held in Thomson Reuters offices in The Landmark – Hong Kong, comments on his views on the importance of Mediation in Hong Kong

To find out more about the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, please visit the Sweet & Maxwell website at www.sweetandmaxwell.com.hk

Daniel Hui, a Pupil Barrister attending the event, The Enhancement of the Public Understanding of Mediation in Hong Kong (Part 2), hosted by Sweet & Maxwell, comments on mediation and its role in the dispute resolution process in Hong Kong.

To find out more about the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, please visit the Sweet & Maxwell website at www.sweetandmaxwell.com.hk

2 guest speakers, Russell Coleman SC (Chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association) and Mr Huen Wong (President of the Law Society of Hong Kong) from the event, Enhancement of the Public Understanding of Mediation in Hong Kong, held in Thomson Reuters offices in The Landmark, comment live from the event on their views on the importance of Mediation in Hong Kong.  The event marked the launch of the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, published by Sweet & Maxwell.

 

To find out more about the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, please visit the Sweet & Maxwell website at www.sweetandmaxwell.com.hk

Speaking at the launch of the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, published by Sweet & Maxwell, at the event ‘Enhancement of the Public Understanding of Mediation in Hong Kong’, Dr Raymond Hai Ming Leung, General Editor of the book and Honourary Governor and Founding President of the Hong Kong Mediation Centre explains the coverage of the book and its importance to Mediation in Hong Kong.

For more information about the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, please visit the Sweet & Maxwell website at www.sweetandmaxwell.com.hk

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