A statue of Lady Liberty stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Central in May 2017. Photo: Sam Tsang
A statue of Lady Liberty stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Central in May 2017. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | Changes to Hong Kong’s legal aid system will stifle effective judicial review

  • A responsible government does not subordinate or ‘balance’ principle or the law against community comments, especially when the comments are ill-informed
  • Concentration of practice should not be grounds for restriction because complicated cases will naturally go to a narrower field of specialists

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
A statue of Lady Liberty stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Central in May 2017. Photo: Sam Tsang
A statue of Lady Liberty stands atop the Court of Final Appeal in Central in May 2017. Photo: Sam Tsang
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