In Pictures: Thousands of Hong Kong lawyers stage rare, silent ‘black march’ over controversial extradition bill

Hong Kong’s legal sector staged a rare protest against the city’s controversial extradition bill on Thursday. Clad in back, several thousand lawyers gathered at Central’s Court of Final Appeal before marching in silence to government headquarters in Admiralty. They observed a three-minute moment of silence at the end-point of the rally. Legal sector lawmaker Dennis Kwok said the protest – the legal sector’s fifth demonstration since the 1997 Handover – was the largest one yet. He said he estimated that 2,500 to 3,000 lawyers participated.

香港人.六月九.行出嚟-法律篇

法政匯思李召集人李安然大律師連同余若薇資深大律師、吳靄儀大律師和石書銘大律師討論《逃犯條例》修訂當中的問題,其中包括條例對本港法治及司法獨立帶來的嚴重打擊。(In a series of videos, Progressive Lawyers Group Convenor, Billy Ng, together with Audrey Eu SC, Margaret Ng and Randy Shek, discuss the legal implications of the proposed extradition bill and its threat to Hong Kong’s rule of law and judicial independence.)

香港人.六月九.行出嚟-法律篇(一)

法政匯思召集人李安然大律師連同余若薇資深大律師、吳靄儀大律師和石書銘大律師討論《逃犯條例》修訂當中的問題,其中包括條例對本港法治及司法獨立帶來的嚴重打擊。