A statue of Lady Justice stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on February 1. Photo: Bloomberg A statue of Lady Justice stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on February 1. Photo: Bloomberg
A statue of Lady Justice stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on February 1. Photo: Bloomberg
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Letters | Why British barrister who accepted Hong Kong job was far from mercenary

  • Upholding the cab rank rule, which ensures that any client can seek quality legal representation of their choice, is vital because it is an indivisible part of the tradition, integrity and independence of the bar

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A statue of Lady Justice stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on February 1. Photo: Bloomberg A statue of Lady Justice stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on February 1. Photo: Bloomberg
A statue of Lady Justice stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong on February 1. Photo: Bloomberg
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