Joint statement on the suspension of Lin Qilei’s and revocation of Liang Xiaojun’s legal practice licenses

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Lawyers for Lawyers (L4L), The 29 Principles, Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada (LRWC), Human Rights Now, China Change, the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute (IBAHRI), Paris Bar Association, the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales and the Taipei Bar Association’s Human Rights Committee express concern about the suspension of the license of lawyer Lin Qilei and the revocation of the license of lawyer Liang Xiaojun. Mr Lin and Mr Liang are the third and fourth lawyers to have been stripped from their practising license after representing one of the 12 Hong Kong human rights activists, who were caught at sea fleeing to Taiwan last year.

Read the full Joint Statement here

 

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