Mark Williams is Professor of Law in Hong Kong Polytechnic University and teaches Hong Kong company/ commercial law, corporate social responsibility and People's Republic of China (PRC) economic law. He has published in various leading law journals, including the Journal of Business Law, The Competition Review, The Antitrust Bulletin and the Competition Policy International. He has also contributed to books and studies on competition-related topics and has undertaken consultancy work in the competition law field for the Japanese and Chinese governments as well as leading law firms.
He is a regular speaker at various business group's seminars and conferences. His book Competition Policy and Law in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan was published in 2005 and his new co-authored book on Secured Finance Law in China and Hong Kong was published in 2010, both by Cambridge University Press.
LL.B (Hons) University of Bristol (1982)
LL.M (Merit) University of London, King's College (1995)
Ph.D University of London, King's College (2003)