PILNET 2019 LAW FOR CHANGE STUDENT COMPETITION WINNERS
16 January 2020
The chosen theme of PILnet's 2019 Law for Change Student Competition surrounded the theme of "Community", with a focus on "Sustainability". The Access to Justice Fellowship is proud to bring home first place this year.
CUHK 2020 'DIRECTIONS IN LEGAL EDUCATION' CONFERENCE
18 June 2020
The A2J Fellowship founders attend the CUHK 'Directions in Legal Education' Conference, and share what motivated them to become “producers”. They highlight from their experience how law schools, academics, legal practitioners and NGOs can facilitate students to use their legal knowledge and skills innovatively to address the pressing problems they see in society.
RTHK RADIO INTERVIEW WITH THE A2J FELLOWSHIP FOUNDERS
26 August 2020
Co-Founders Celine, George and Michelle from the A2J Fellowship speak about their journey thus far in making the Fellowship idea into reality, and how small thoughts can lead to big changes.
四方報 (4-WAY NEWS) INTERVIEW
18 March 2022
Co-Founders Acacia, Celine, Jaime and Michelle, and 2021-22 Fellow Luke share their experiences with the 2021-22 Inaugural Fellowship journey thus far.
MEET OUR 2021 - 2022 FELLOW
Luke obtained his Bachelor of Laws and PCLL at the University of Hong Kong. After working for one year at a due diligence firm in Hong Kong, he completed a Master of Social Science in Global Political Economy programme at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Luke has a strong desire to serve Hong Kong's grassroot communities by helping to break down the barriers of access to legal representation and justice. Through direct engagement with the beneficiaries that HKWWA serves, he strives to gain a thorough understanding of the legal needs of the underprivileged and safeguard their rights, with the ultimate aim of contributing to the advancement of the local public interest law landscape.