Protesters in Hong Kong march to the central government liaison office in Sai Ying Pung on July 9, 2016, on the first anniversary of the mass arrest of human rights lawyers on the mainland. Photo: Dickson Lee
Jerome A. Cohen
Opinion

Opinion

Jerome A. Cohen and Eva Pils

A decade after Chinese human rights lawyers Tang Jitian and Liu Wei were disbarred, much has changed – for the worse

  • Despite the coronavirus pandemic, liberal democracies and lawyers around the world must advocate for persecuted human rights lawyers in China, who are subject to arrests, prison sentences, disbarments and enforced disappearances
Protesters in Hong Kong march to the central government liaison office in Sai Ying Pung on July 9, 2016, on the first anniversary of the mass arrest of human rights lawyers on the mainland. Photo: Dickson Lee
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