Hundreds of cases have back up since the judiciary closed Hong Kong’s courts on January 29, according to sources. Photo: Sam Tsang Hundreds of cases have back up since the judiciary closed Hong Kong’s courts on January 29, according to sources. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hundreds of cases have back up since the judiciary closed Hong Kong’s courts on January 29, according to sources. Photo: Sam Tsang

British judge’s high-profile sittings join backlog of cases created by Hong Kong court closures during coronavirus scare

  • As many as 1,000 cases have been delayed thanks to court closures that as yet have no clear end in sight, legal sources said
  • Baroness Brenda Hale has handled such landmark cases as Britain’s departure from the European Union

Topic |   Law
Hundreds of cases have back up since the judiciary closed Hong Kong’s courts on January 29, according to sources. Photo: Sam Tsang Hundreds of cases have back up since the judiciary closed Hong Kong’s courts on January 29, according to sources. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hundreds of cases have back up since the judiciary closed Hong Kong’s courts on January 29, according to sources. Photo: Sam Tsang
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