Please note that there is a RE-PRINT version of the "Student Guide to Civil Procedure in Hong Kong" Third Edition (2009), LexisNexis
The Judiciary has amended the number of the practice direction, which the re-print version already includes.
The Examination will test candidates on the relevant law up to 31 August 2009
Professor Michael Wilkinson
Chairman of the Law Faculty Board & Former Head of Department of Professional Legal Education, The University of Hong Kong
Professor Michael Wilkinson BA, LLB (Cantab) is Chairman of the Law Faculty Board and former Head of the Department of Professional Legal Education at the University of Hong Kong. He is a barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple. He specialises in the teaching of conveyancing and litigation and has published books in these areas, including the seminal publications "Hong Kong Conveyancing Law and Practice, 5th Edition" and "Students' Guide to Civil Procedure to Hong Kong, 3rd Edition" Michael has taught Conveyancing on the OLQE courses since their inception.
Alfred Chung Ping CHENG
Barrister-at-law, Alan Leong's Chambers
Alfred read law at the University of Hong Kong and University of Cambridge. He was the Bar Scholar in 2005 and started his practice as a barrister in 2006. His practice mainly involves civil work, concentrating on administrative law, commercial and personal injuries cases. In 2008, he was the research assistant to the Judiciary for the Civil Justice Reform, providing materials for training courses attended by judges and judicial officers.
He has been teaching at the University of Hong Kong as a guest lecturer and a tutor since 2006. He has taught a seminar course in Commercial Law Practice, and has been leading tutorials in Administrative Law. He was also the coach of the HKU team for the Wilhelm C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot for 4 years.
David Cheuk Yin LEUNG
Senior Public Prosecutor, Deputy Section Head of the Appeals Section, Prosecutions Division, Department of Justice
David obtained his LL.B. (Hons.) at the University of Hong Kong in 1989 and his LL.M. in 1996. He was admitted a solicitor in Hong Kong in 1992 and subsequently a barrister in 1998. He worked in a law firm in private practice between 1990 to 1995 and then joined the then Legal Department as a Crown Counsel. He is currently the Deputy Section Head of the Appeals Section, Prosecutions Division, Department of Justice (DOJ), Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. David provides legal advices to law enforcement agencies, prosecute criminal trials and criminal appeals.
David has experience in teaching law subjects at the City University, University of Hong Kong and the University of Science and Technology. He has taught Criminal Law, Civil and Criminal Procedure, Civil and Criminal Advocacy and Procedure and Proof in Arbitration. In 2000, David was appointed as an Honorary Lecturer of the Department of Professional Legal Education, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong. He remains an Honorary Lecturer today.
David has conducted workshops and training for the Advanced Legal Education Programmes for the Hong Kong Bar Association and taught on CPD programmes.
Legal publications by David include Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong of the Costs in Criminal Cases Ordinance, Cap. 492 (1997 and 2007), Hong Kong Archbold 2004, a contributor of "Electronic Evidence : Disclosure, Discovery & Admissibility" (May 2007) and a contributor of "Professional Conduct and Risk Management in Hong Kong" (December 2007)
His Honour Judge Tallentire
District Judge, District Court
Judge Tallentire obtained his B.A. (Hons) degree in Law at the University of Nottingham in 1972, and was admitted as a solicitor in 1975.
From 1972 to 1977, Judge Tallentire was a Court Clerk and Solicitor Court Clerk in Nottingham City Magistrates Court. During the period between 1977 and 1980, he was a Deputy Clerk to the Justices, Worksop and East Retford in Nottinghamshire. Then from 1980 to 1988, he was a Clerk to the Justices, Barrow-in-Furness, Lonsdale North of the Sands, and Millom, Cumbria. In his final post in the U.K., he was a Training Officer for staff and Magistrates.
Between 1988 and 1997, Judge Tallentire was a magistrate in Hong Kong. From 1997 until present, he is a principal Magistrate. He has sat on numerous committees of the Judiciary and has on two occasions acted as Chief Magistrate. Since 1993, he has regularly acted as a District Judge and was appointed as District Judge in September 2009.
Since coming to Hong Kong, Judge Tallentire has regularly taught at the University of Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong, and SPACE. He is a professional mentor for the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In addition, he has participated in the Judiciary's in-house training programmes, he has also judged various moots and taught on the CPD programmes.
His legal publications include: Hong Kong Archbold 2004 (as a supervising editor) and a section of 'Court in Time'.
3 November 2009 (Tuesday)
|OLQE Head II Class Schedule|
# With Study Techniques at first 15 minutes
Revision classes include an examination techniques session
Room 306, 3/F Printing House, 6 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong
Signing in & out at Registration
Registration begins 20 minutes before the start of each session.
Bad Weather Policy
Class sessions will be cancelled if a No. 8 higher tropical cyclone signal or black storm warning is raised within 3 hours before the start of registration or during the session. In the event of cancellation due to bad weather, the session will be re-schedule.
29 October 2009 (Thu)
3 November 2009 (Tue)
6 November 2009 (Fri)
10 November 2009 (Tue)
15 December 2009 (Tue)
Closing date for lodging application to sit the 2009 OLQE Examinations|
10 Jul 2009 (Fri)
Closing date for registration to sit the 2009 OLQE Examinations|
21 Aug 2009 (Fri)
The Examination will test candidates on the relevant law up to|
31 Aug 2009 (Mon)
Issue of candidate slips|
14-18 Sep 2009
Last date to advise of disability|
29 Sep 2009 (Tue)
Last day to withdraw from Examiantion to be eligible for part refund of registration fee|
15 Oct 2009 (Thu)
Provisional date for release of the results|
1 Feb 2010 (Mon)