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High Table Dinner
November 26, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Kindly note there is a change of date for our November High Table Dinner. The upcoming Lap-Chee College High Table Dinner will be held on Monday, 26th November 2018.
The details are as below:
|Date||:||Monday, 26th November 2018|
|Time||:||Registration starts at 6:30pm
Latecomers after 7:00pm will be considered as absent without prior approval.
|Venue||:||College Hall, HKU Jockey Club Student Village III|
|Guest of Honour||:||Professor Johannes Chan, SC (Hon), Professor and Barrister-at-law|
Dress Code: Formal attire with gowns. Students who do not dress according to this requirement will be asked to leave the College Hall and will be regarded as absence.
Seating Arrangement: Please sit according to the instructions from the Floor Management Team onsite.
As this is a mandatory event in Lap-Chee College, students who will be absent, late or require early departure due to classes should write to firstname.lastname@example.org with valid proof, and also inform your floor tutor beforeSaturday 26th November 2018. Any absence without prior approval will be issued with a warning letter.
Please bring along your student card for registration. In order to relieve rush-hour crowds at the elevators and the registration line, please take the stairs to podium and arrive at 6:30 pm. Vegetarians can collect main course tickets at the registration counter.
Residents can send questions to Guest-of-Honour, Professor Johannes Chan via the link: https://goo.gl/forms/BYTNqKMlYH56HOqx1.
Biography of Prof. Johannes Chan
PROFESSOR JOHANNES M M CHAN is Professor of Law and former Dean of the Faculty of Law (2002-2014), being the longest serving Dean of the Faculty. He was also a visiting professor to a number of universities in Europe and Asia, including being the BOK Visiting International Professor of Penn Law School, University of Pennsylvania (2014), Herbert Smith Freehills Visiting Professor of Cambridge University (2015), and a visiting fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University. In recognition of his distinguished contribution to legal development through both advocacy in courts and legal research and publications, he was honoured by the Chief Justice in 2003 by his appointment as the first (and so far the only) Honorary Senior Counsel in Hong Kong.
High Table Dinner Sub-Committee