I am currently supervising the following research project(s) at the University of Tasmania;

Bringing an End to Problems of Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Maritime Lien: From comparative private international law perspective (PhD)

I had rich experiences in supervising research projects during my employment with the School of Law, City University of Hong Kong.

Below are topics of dissertations / independent research projects I used to supervise:

Fraudulent claims in relation to the Duty of Good Faith in Insurance Law (LLB Independent Research)

Ratification of the Rotterdam Rules in Hong Kong (JD Independent Research)

An Exploratory Study: Performability of Using Arbitration in Resolving Shipbuilding Disputes for Chinese Ship Yard (LLMArb dissertation)

Employer’s Liability Insurance in the Context of Long-Tail Diseases: Unsatisfactory Results in Manifesting the Intent of the Legislative Framework by Interpretation of Policy Wordings (LLB Independent Research)

Ethos of Utmost Good Faith and Reform (LLM dissertation)

A Critical Analysis on the Doctrine of Forum Non Conveniens (LLM Independent Research)

Maritime Lien: The conflicting, confusing, and continuing dispute - is Hong Kong to recognise foreign maritime lien? (JD dissertation)

Safe Port Promise by Charterers: Rethinking outstanding complications (LLB Independent Research) - This was developed into an article of the same title published in (2016) 30(2) Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal 1

Insurance Act 2015: Should Hong Kong avoid to avoid? (LLB Independent Research)