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

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 TsangPhilip 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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