Hong Kong – Minister of Justice visits Hong Kong and signs record of meeting with SJ to deepen exchanges and co-operation on talent nurturing and legal services (with photos)

Minister of Justice visits Hong Kong and signs record of meeting with SJ to deepen exchanges and co-operation on talent nurturing and legal services (with photos)


     The Minister of Justice, Ms He Rong, led a delegation to visit Hong Kong on July 17 and met respectively with the Chief Executive, Mr John Lee, and the Secretary for Justice, Mr Paul Lam, SC, a Government spokesman said today (July 19).

     Mr Lee welcomed Ms He’s visit to Hong Kong, and thanked the Ministry of Justice for its continuous support to the work of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, as well as its promotion of co-operation of the legal profession from the Mainland and Hong Kong. Mr Lee said that the efforts could facilitate the local legal sector’s further integration into national development, contributing to the country’s high-quality development. The two sides also exchanged views on such areas as deepening co-operation on legal services among Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, and cultivating legal talent.

     During the meeting, Mr Lam and Ms He signed a record of meeting for further deepening exchanges and co-operation on talent nurturing and legal and dispute resolution services between the Mainland and Hong Kong.

     The key features of the record of meeting include:

(1) Establishing and enhancing the two-way mechanism on nurturing legal talent in the Mainland and Hong Kong, to continue and deepen the implementation of the Framework Arrangement on Legal Talent Exchanges and Training Cooperation between the Ministry of Justice and the Department of Justice of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and to jointly explore different forms of co-operation on nurturing legal talent;

(2) Enhancing the support for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) lawyers and Hong Kong resident lawyers practising in the Mainland, and exploring the expansion of the scope of practice of GBA lawyers and Hong Kong resident lawyers who have obtained Mainland practice qualifications; and

(3) Promoting exchanges and co-operation on international commercial arbitration and mediation, as well as supporting the establishment of the co-operation mechanism for dispute resolution institutions in the GBA.

     Mr Lam expressed his gratitude to the Ministry of Justice for its continuous support for the Hong Kong legal profession’s development. He said that the signing of the record of meeting would further strengthen the depth and breadth of co-operation between the two sides, and consolidate Hong Kong’s strategic positioning as a centre for international legal and dispute resolution services in the Asia-Pacific region under the National 14th Five-Year Plan. Ms He said that the Ministry of Justice would support Hong Kong’s legal sector, in a pragmatic way, to provide quality legal services and rule of law safeguards for the GBA development and the steadfast and successful implementation of “one country, two systems”.

     Ms He also met with different sectors for exchanges during her visit to Hong Kong.

Social Justice Platform COMMUNITYx To Hold Press Conference Following the Death of Susana Morales



ATLANTAMarch 6, 2023PRLog — As the police-involved murder of Atlanta teenager Susana Morales continues to garner attention nationwide, it has sparked an immediate call-to-action by the Social Justice Platform COMMUNITYx. The digital advocacy organization will host an upcoming press conference alongside Susana’s mother (Maria Morales) and sister (Jasmine Morales) in Gwinnett County, GA on Thursday March 9th, 2023.

Susana Morales was a beloved 16-year-old daughter, sister and student from an Atlanta suburban city in Gwinnett County. She was reported missing in late July 2022 by family. Over seven months later, the nation learned that the missing teen was kidnapped and murdered by a former Doraville (Dekalb County) police officer. The tragic story of Susana Morales is one of many that continues to weaken the relationship between communities of color and local police.

“We’re working with COMMUNITYx to demand justice for our beloved Susana Morales. We can’t bring Susana back, but we can fight for justice for her and help protect other young girls across the country. We want everyone involved in Susana’s murder to be held accountable.”

COMMUNITYx has joined with the Morales family as a digital advocacy partner to support the call-to-action press conference. Important points to be addressed include:

  • A profile on Susana Morales and her loving family dynamic
  • Continued, undisciplined police misconduct
  • Implementing public safety practices
  • Police crimes against children
  • Message from her grieving mother
  • Message from her older sister
  • Message from COMMUNITYx CEO
  • Miles Bryant’s history of aggression and stalking women of color
  • Police transparency, accountability and lack of transparency around missing persons investigations
  • Call-to-action: www.Justice4Susana.com
  • Susana Morales Foundation initiative

Chloë Cheyenne, Founder & CEO of COMMUNITYx states “In the words of MalcolmX, we must stand for justice, no matter who it is for or against. Just as we stood with the family of Tyre Nichols in Memphis, TN, we will stand with the family of Susana Morales until justice is served and everyone involved in her tragic and cruel murder is held accountable.”

The press conference will take place at the Crowne Plaza Atlanta NE – Norcross: 6050 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Norcross, GA 30071 on March 9th at 10 a.m. EST.

For media requests and credentials please contact, Clorissa Wright: clorissa@whittleyagency.com


COMMUNITYx is The World’s Digital Hub for Activism. We are a global network of over 500,000 people who care about issues ranging from racial justice to human rights. Using our platform, people can create and explore world-changing petitions, fundraisers, events, and boycotts. Our online network comprises over 50 different cause-focused communities through which people can engage in meaningful conversation, learn about current issues and world events, and take action.

Through our Community Partnership Program, we work with over 200 activists, organizations, movements, brands, athletes, and public figures who care about causes and want to mobilize people for the betterment of humanity. We help our partners drive impact by building digital advocacy campaigns based on the issues that they care most about!

To learn more about joining or partnering with COMMUNITYx, please visit www.communityx.com.

Canada – Strengthening judicial independence and increasing public confidence in the justice system:  Chief Justice of Canada and Minister of Justice sign two key Memoranda of Understanding 

April 28, 2022 – Ottawa, Ontario – Department of Justice Canada

Judicial independence is a core principle of Canadian democracy and is critical to a well-functioning justice system. This principle is reinforced by a knowledgeable and informed judiciary, which is key to maintaining public confidence in the justice system and the rule of law.

Today, the Right Honourable Richard Wagner, Chief Justice of Canada and Chairperson of the Canadian Judicial Council (CJC), together with the Honourable David Lametti, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) on judicial governance and judicial education.

The MOU on judicial governance recognizes that the principle of judicial independence includes the independence of the CJC in fulfilling its mandate to serve the public. This MOU also advances transparency by setting out key provisions relating to funding requests and the essential role of the CJC in the appointment of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs, who is responsible for supporting the CJC’s daily operations.

The MOU on judicial education establishes how the federal government and the CJC engage with one another on this important matter, while honouring constitutional boundaries required by judicial independence and the separation of powers. It recognizes that judicial education is an essential element of Canada’s justice system, that Canada is an international leader in this field, and that initiatives concerning judicial education must be undertaken in a manner that respects judicial independence and embodies transparency and accountability to the public.

The CJC, which is composed of the chief justices and associate chief justices of Canada’s superior courts, is a key pillar of the judicial branch of government. It protects the independence of the judicial system and upholds the highest standards in the conduct and ongoing education of federally appointed judges, all to the benefit of Canadians.  

Justice Tax and Justice League of Credit Join Forces to Save Finances

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