Mahatma Gandhi said, “The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” In this course we evaluate the history and development of animal welfare principles, the laws in Hong Kong with respect to animals and animal welfare, and changes in the law in other jurisdictions that may impact the law in Hong Kong.
For every course sold, a HK$40 donation will be made to a Hong Kong based Animal Welfare organisation.
Sara Tsui is a Solicitor in Hong Kong and a Consultant at Khoo & Co. Solicitors. She is a Teaching Fellow at City University of Hong Kong, having taught on topics from the Law of Tort, Animal Law, Hong Kong Legal System and Banking Law, among others. She is Programme Director of Universal Prestige Inc. Ltd. and serves as Asia Director of the Institute of Critical Animal Studies. She is Honorary Legal Consultant for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, an honor only given to three people in the HKSAR. Ms. Tsui has served as Examiner for the PCLL conversion board and the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary School Education – Legal Studies. She is a published author of many legal texts and has extensive media coverage and exposure on a variety of legal topics.