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Pro Bono Partners
Justice Centre’s pro bono partners dedicate invaluable time, skills and resources (both financial and in-kind) to support refugees and vulnerable migrants in Hong Kong.
Our partners work with us to deliver a range of critical legal services, which target areas of unmet needs. We offer pro bono opportunities which range from conducting desk-based research on legal principles conditions in risk countries, and providing legal advice on operational issues, to working directly with refugees and torture survivors to represent them in asylum proceedings.
Our approach to pro bono emphasises collaboration and impact. We work closely with pro bono teams, and actively foster cross-firm and cross-sector collaborations. Our projects are developed to address critical legal aid gaps in Hong Kong, so that pro bono efforts are effectively channeled for maximum impact.
Justice Centre’s Pro Bono Programme is open to legal professionals working within law firms and corporations.
Interested to know more?
- Read about our pro bono model.
- Find a list of our current pro bono partners.
- Contact our Senior Legal Advisor & Partnerships Manager Lynette Nam.
If you work within or are affiliated with one of our partner firms, you can access Justice Centre’s Pro Bono Opportunities Directory and practitioner resources here. (Please contact your firm’s Pro Bono Manager or our Partnerships Manager Lynette Nam for the password.)
Justice Centre is dedicated to training and supporting future generations of human rights advocates and lawyers.
We have more than a decade of experience in partnering with international universities to deliver clinical legal education programmes. In 2020, we adapted our programme to offer remote placements and facilitate ongoing engagement with our international education partners.
Students on our programmes receive tailored training on international and domestic refugee and human rights law, and can apply their knowledge in a practical setting. They develop essential professional skills and have the opportunity to use these to make a difference.
Interested to know more?
Networks and Coalitions
We are proud and active members of the following local, regional, and global networks and coalitions:
Global & Regional
- Global Refugee Forum Legal Community Pledge – Core Group Member
- International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT)
- The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)
- The Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN)
- USM Legal Group
- Refugee Concern Network
For more information, reach out to us by email.