Law graduates are usually sworn in before a High Court judge and formally qualified as full solicitors or barristers. Photo: Roy Issa

High Court reminds Hong Kong lawyers to keep their conduct in check at admission ceremonies for new solicitors and barristers

  • Letter to two professional associations says admission proceedings should not be treated like graduations or awards ceremonies with colourful speeches
  • Law Society president says reminder is mainly an attempt to ensure good time management of ceremonies ahead of busy admission season
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Law graduates are usually sworn in before a High Court judge and formally qualified as full solicitors or barristers. Photo: Roy Issa
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