Dr LAW Man Suet Michelle



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Ph.D.    The Chinese University of Hong Kong
M.Phil    The University of Hong Kong
B.Sc    The University of Hong Kong


  • Lecturer, School of Life Sciences

Research Interests

  • Earthworm Ecology and Biodiversity
  • Soils and the Environment
  • Biogeochemistry and Ecosystem Functioning
  • Sustainability and Environmental Resources Management  

Representative Publications

  1. Law, M.M.S. & Lai, D.Y.F. * (2021). Impacts of Wetting/Drying Cycles on Short-Term Carbon and Nitrogen Dynamics in Amynthas Earthworm Casts. Pedosphere. 31:3, 423-432.
  2. Law, M.M.S., Jiang, J., Gao, X., Dong, Y., Lai, D.Y.F., & Qiu, J. * (2018). Updated checklist of earthworms from Hong Kong and phylogenetic relationship of Megascolecidae in Pearl River Delta, China. Oral presentation in the 1st International Earthworm Congress, 24-29 June 2018, Shanghai, China.
  3. Law, M.M.S. *, & Lai, D.Y.F. (2018). Interactions between native Amynthas earthworms, temperature, and moisture on burrow characteristics and greenhouse gas fluxes in subtropical grassland soils. Oral presentation in the 1st International Earthworm Congress, 24-29 June 2018, Shanghai, China.
  4. Law, M.M.S. *; Hills, Peter.; & Hau, C.H. Billy. (2017). Engaging Employees in Sustainable Development – a Case Study of Environmental Education and Awareness Training in Hong Kong. Business Strategy and the Environment. 26, 84-97. 


  • Faculty/School/Academy of Visual Arts Performance Award in Early Career Teaching 2020, Hong Kong Baptist University
  • Earthwatch Shulman Award, Earthwatch Institute (Europe)
  • CUHK Golden Jubilee Postgraduate Scholarship 2016/17, CUHK
  • Young Scholars Thesis Award, 17th Cross-strait Symposium on Environment, Resource and Ecological Conservation, CERECA
  • Zhongjian Dongfang Gao’s Scholarship for Resource Management Study, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Professional Activities 

  • 2020-22 Agricultural Products Scholarship Fund Advisory Committee (APSFAC), Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, HKSAR