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Portal site to access HK Government information
Governmental Departments and Related Organisations
Alphabetical Listing of Government and Related Organisations
Civil Justice Reform
Website on HK Civil Justice Reform. Civil Justice Reform ("CJR") applies to civil proceedings of the High Court and the District Court, except for specialist lists to which the application of the new rules will be determined by the Judges concerned. Some of the new rules and procedures also apply to the Lands Tribunal and the Family Court with necessary modifications.
The Duty Lawyer Service
The Duty Lawyer Service is an organization fully sub vented by the Hong Kong SAR Government. It was first established in 1978. It is managed by the Hong Kong Bar Association and the Law Society of Hong Kong through a governing council and is administered by a legally qualified administrator. The Duty Lawyer Service offers three legal assistance schemes to complement the legal aid services provided by the Legal Aid Department. The three schemes are the Duty Lawyer Scheme, the Legal Advice Scheme and the Tel-Law Scheme.
Executive Council, HKSAR
Website of the Executive Council of the HKSAR
Hong Kong ICAC
On the HKICAC website you can find out about Hong Kong's graft-fighting history and activities, including important information on anti-corruption laws and practical guides on preventing corruption, and features of interest such as major corruption cases and TV drama series.
Joint Secretariat for the Advisory Bodies on Civil Service and Judicial Salaries and Conditions of Service (JSSCS)
The Standing Committee on Judicial Salaries and Conditions of Service (the Committee) was established in December 1987. It advises the Chief Executive, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China on the pay and conditions of service of judges and judicial officers.
Website of the Judiciary of the HKSAR. Includes court information and access to judgments
The Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong
The Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong was established in January 1980. The Commission considers for reform those aspects of the laws of Hong Kong which are referred to it by the Secretary for Justice or the Chief Justice. The website provides full text links to published reports of the Commission.
Legal Aid Department
Website of the Legal Aid Department of the HKSAR. It provides details on its operation and statistical information.
Legal Aid Services Council
The Legal Aid Services Council supervises the provision of legal aid services in Hong Kong provided by the Legal Aid Department (LAD) and to advise the Government on legal aid policy.
Website of the HKSAR Legislative Council
Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong
The PCPD is a statutory body entrusted with the task of protecting personal data privacy of individuals and to ensure compliances with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance in Hong Kong. The website aims to provide access to information and publications regarding the execution of the Ordinance, as well as news and the latest activities of the PCPD.
● Lee Quo Wei Law Library: 3943 8641
● Legal Resources Centre: 3943 0927