Philip Dykes, chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association. Photo: Sam Tsang Philip Dykes, chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association. Photo: Sam Tsang
Philip Dykes, chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong courts

Take ‘public interest’ into account on whether to bring cases to court, instead of just sufficient evidence, head of Hong Kong Bar Association says in speech

  • Philip Dykes, chairman of one of the city’s top legal bodies, makes remark at opening of legal year in City Hall, and refers to ongoing protest movement
  • But he stresses he is not trying to influence decisions of the justice secretary

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Philip Dykes, chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association. Photo: Sam Tsang Philip Dykes, chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association. Photo: Sam Tsang
Philip Dykes, chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association. Photo: Sam Tsang
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