High Court (Hong Kong)

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For the High Court of Justice, which was renamed in 1997, see Court of First Instance.


The High Court () in Hong Kong consists of the Court of Appeal and the Court of First Instance. It deals with criminal and civil cases which have risen beyond the lower courts. It was named the Supreme Court before 1997.

High Court Building

The High Court Building is located on 38 Queensway. The 20-storey building was built in 1985 as the home of the then Supreme Court of Hong Kong, which was renamed in 1997. It was named the Supreme Court Building, and the road leading to its main entrance is still named Supreme Court Road.

The structure is a white clad tower and has a water fountain outside its front door.

List of Judges

The current judges of the High Court are:

Chief Judge of the High Court

  • The Hon Mr Justice Tang (Acting)


Justices of Appeal of the Court of Appeal of the High Court

  • The Hon Mr Justice Rogers, Vice-President
  • The Hon Mr Justice Woo, GBS, Vice-President
  • The Hon Mr Justice Tang, SBS, Vice-President
  • The Hon Mr Justice Stock, Vice-President
  • The Hon Mrs Justice Le Pichon, JA
  • The Hon Mr Justice Cheung, JA
  • The Hon Mr Justice Yeung, JA
  • The Hon Madam Justice Yuen, JA
  • The Hon Mr Justice Hartmann, JA
  • The Hon Madam Justice Kwan, JA


Judges of the Court of First Instance of the High Court

  • The Hon Mr Justice YAM
  • The Hon Mrs Justice......
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