Norman P. HO
PhD Research Fellow
Norman P. Ho is a research fellow at the Netherlands China Law Centre. He is also currently a registered foreign lawyer in the Hong Kong office of Slaughter and May, where his practice focuses on capital markets matters, private equity/M&A transactions, securities law compliance, and general corporate matters. He also serves as an Honorary Fellow at the Asian Institute of International Financial Law at the University of Hong Kong. A member of the State Bar of New York, Norman received his J.D. from New York University (NYU) School of Law, where he received the Howard Greenberger Prize for Outstanding Achievement in Comparative Law and also served as a notes editor on the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics. He received both his A.M. and A.B. degrees from Harvard University, where his studies focused on premodern Chinese history and philosophy.
Norman’s research interests lie primarily in Chinese legal history (with an emphasis on the premodern period), legal philosophy, and comparative jurisprudence. He also has secondary research interests in the field of comparative corporate law.
Norman P. Ho is an external PhD research fellow based in Hong Kong. He is best contacted by e-mail.