Former Permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal Justice Henry Litton attends FCC lunch 'Hong Kong's Independent Judicial System - What Does the Future Hold?' at FCC in Central. Photo: Bruce Yan Former Permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal Justice Henry Litton attends FCC lunch 'Hong Kong's Independent Judicial System - What Does the Future Hold?' at FCC in Central. Photo: Bruce Yan
Former Permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal Justice Henry Litton attends FCC lunch 'Hong Kong's Independent Judicial System - What Does the Future Hold?' at FCC in Central. Photo: Bruce Yan

Hong Kong’s legal system 'misused' and 'drowning in irrelevance', says former top judge

Ex-Court of Final Appeal judge Henry Litton accused Hong Kong’s judiciary of “sleepwalking” towards 2047 and said discussions on the future need to start soon.

Former Permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal Justice Henry Litton attends FCC lunch 'Hong Kong's Independent Judicial System - What Does the Future Hold?' at FCC in Central. Photo: Bruce Yan Former Permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal Justice Henry Litton attends FCC lunch 'Hong Kong's Independent Judicial System - What Does the Future Hold?' at FCC in Central. Photo: Bruce Yan
Former Permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal Justice Henry Litton attends FCC lunch 'Hong Kong's Independent Judicial System - What Does the Future Hold?' at FCC in Central. Photo: Bruce Yan
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