The “Legal Pioneer” Mentorship Programme has reached its 10th anniversary this year. Organised by the Law Society’s Community Relations Committee, the Phase 9 Closing and Phase 10 Opening Ceremony of the Mentorship Programme was held in Chiang Chen Studio Theatre of the Polytechnic University on 30 March. Over 150 participants including our officiating guest, Law Society members, teachers and students gathered at the event. We were honoured to have Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng joining us and delivering an opening address at the Ceremony.
The Secretary for Justice, together with President Melissa Pang presented Certificates of Appreciation to students and lawyer mentors from the Phase 9 Mentorship Programme in recognition of their contribution. President encouraged students to participate in a variety of activities arranged by the Law Society during her remark.
Riding on this occasion, a short video showcasing students’ masterpiece and snippets of cherished memories from the past ten years was presented to the participants and enjoyed by all. Another highlight was the sharing by Council Member Nick Chan on the topic of “Lawyer’s tips for Entrepreneurs”.
Other guests included CRC Chairman Philip Wong, CRC Vice-Chairlady Ann Yeung and “Legal Pioneer” Mentorship Programme Working Group Chairman Nathan Wong from the Law Society.
All participants stood thumbs up with their big smiles.
Council Member Nick Chan delivered an entrepreneurship legal talk to all participants.
The Secretary for Justice and President presented Certi cates of Appreciation to students.
The Secretary for Justice, President Melissa Pang, Council Member Nick Chan, CRC Chairman Philip Wong, CRC Vice-Chairlady Ann Yeung and “Legal Pioneer” Mentorship Programme Working Group Chairman Nathan Wong with the members of CRC and the Working Group.