Stephen D Mau, Director, Member, Chartered Institute Of Arbitrators

Stephen D Mau

  • BA, JD and LLM in Transnational Business Practice
  • 20+ years of legal practice, business experience and teaching in the US and Hong Kong, having formerly served as:
    • Senior Registered Foreign Consultant with one of Hong Kong's largest local firms
    • In-house counsel to international joint venture company
    • Consultant in boutique ADR firm concentrating on contentious construction matters
    • Assistant Professor of Law in Hong Kong
  • Accredited tutor and/or examination marker for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators
  • Author of arbitration-related articles and books on Hong Kong law
    Recently published “Hong Kong Legal Principles”
  • Languages: English, French, Cantonese

SELECTED ARTICLES and PRESENTATIONS

  • Equity, the Third World and the Moon Treaty
    8 Suffolk Transnational Law Journal 221 (1984)
  • Current Arbitration Practice in Hong Kong
    Arbitration [Journal of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators], Vol. 60, No. 4, Nov. 1994
  • The Enforceability of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Hong Kong
    Bulletin of the Swiss Arbitration Association, Vol. 3+4/1994
  • Hong Kong's Experience with the New York Convention: An Introduction
    9 Transnational Lawyer 393 (1996)
  • BUILDING LAW IN HONG KONG, Longman Asia Limited, 1996
  • The Taking of Evidence in Japan for Transnational Litigation, Asian Lawyer 1999
  • PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF HONG KONG LEGAL PRINCIPLES, Pearson, 2002
  • Sense and Sensibility: Communicating Within the 'Team', NH Bar News, Feb. 18, 2005
  • HONG KONG LEGAL PRINCIPLES: IMPORTANT TOPICS FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS, Hong Kong University Press, 2006