HKU Law Students’ Participation in a Global Comparative Equality Law Course in Kelley Loper’s Class
In the first semester of 2021-2022, undergraduate students in Kelley Loper’s Equality and Non-discrimination class had the unique opportunity to join more than 100 other students from around the world in an online comparative course. The students and experts who participated joined on Zoom from eight time zones in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia. The 25 Hong Kong students took part online every Thursday evening followed by their own face-to-face sessions the next day.
The global course was designed by Professor David Oppenheimer, the Director of the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-discrimination Law, and Professor Panos Kapotas, Senior Lecturer at The University of Portsmouth Law School. Kelley Loper is an advisory board member of the Berkeley Center.
Click to learn more about this incredible learning experience: https://newsletter.law.hku.hk/hku-undergraduate-law-students-participation-in-a-global-comparative-equality-law-course/!