(L-R) Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal Andrew Cheung Kui-nung and Secretary for Justice Paul Lam Ting-kwok attend the ceremonial opening of the legal year at Hong Kong’s City Hall in Central on Monday. Photo: Sam Tsang
(L-R) Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal Andrew Cheung Kui-nung and Secretary for Justice Paul Lam Ting-kwok attend the ceremonial opening of the legal year at Hong Kong’s City Hall in Central on Monday. Photo: Sam Tsang
SCMP Editorial
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Editorial by SCMP Editorial

Resilient Hong Kong judges have to maintain principles and embrace change

  • Judiciary will come under intense scrutiny in months ahead as high-profile cases involving national security proceed through courts

(L-R) Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal Andrew Cheung Kui-nung and Secretary for Justice Paul Lam Ting-kwok attend the ceremonial opening of the legal year at Hong Kong’s City Hall in Central on Monday. Photo: Sam Tsang
(L-R) Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal Andrew Cheung Kui-nung and Secretary for Justice Paul Lam Ting-kwok attend the ceremonial opening of the legal year at Hong Kong’s City Hall in Central on Monday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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