Hong Kong legal practitioners at the Court of Final Appeal building. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam Hong Kong legal practitioners at the Court of Final Appeal building. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam
Hong Kong legal practitioners at the Court of Final Appeal building. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam
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A Hong Kong judicial tradition that’s worth keeping

  • While it’s right that exceptions are being made for religious reasons, the wearing of horsehair wigs by barristers is a practice that symbolises Hong Kong’s rule of law

Hong Kong legal practitioners at the Court of Final Appeal building. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam Hong Kong legal practitioners at the Court of Final Appeal building. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam
Hong Kong legal practitioners at the Court of Final Appeal building. Photo: SCMP / Nora Tam
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