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Mock Trial - Justice Education Project Service / Community Education & Volunteer Service
  
Description
In 2017-2018, with the sponsorship from The Law Society of Hong Kong, and having Narcotics Division and Action Committee Against Narcotics as supporting organization, Mock Trial – Justice Education Project has attracted 28 schools to participate.

Justice education has always been the core part of this Project. Through mock trial competitions and other educational activities, students can increase their understanding of criminal justice system in Hong Kong. It is believed that those activities can also deepen their understanding of rule of law, social justice, citizenship, and develop an ability of critical reasoning on social justice and criminal behaviors.

 

 
Our Rationale
During adolescence, teenagers face challenges from peers, family and society. Their understanding and respect for civil responsibility, rule of law and justice is a key to resist criminal behaviors.

However, law and justice may be a difficult concept to adolescents. The Mock Trial-Justice Education Project, which adopts an experiential learning model, can help adolescents to increase their knowledge of justice and rule of law through a highly interactive and interesting competition.

In this Project, students from participating schools can experience the whole process of a trial. As a result, students can develop a deeper understanding of law and justice, as well as the criminal justice system in Hong Kong. In addition, talks, visits and workshops are relevant to the curriculum of Liberal Studies (Hong Kong Today).

 


 
Our Goal
Through mock trial competition and other activities, we aim to: 
  • To nurture students' active learning, enhance their concept about rule of law, justice and civil responsibility and critical thinking, so as to strengthen their moral judgment;
  • To explore the consequences and implications of criminal behavior in multiple perspectives, such as, individual level, peer level, family level, societal level, country level, so as to strengthen their awareness of crime prevention;
  • To develop students' self-confidence, problem-solving skills, adaptability skills and spirit of teamwork, so as to nurture their positive attributes and reduce the possibility of committing crime;
 
 
Project Language

Chinese  
 
Office Hours
 
Monday to Friday Saturday Sunday & Public Holidays
9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 5:30p.m.
9:00a.m. to 12:00n.n. Closed
   
Our Project Consultants
  • The Hon. Mr. Justice Patrick Li
  • Mr. Andrew Mok, Deputy Special Magistrate
  • Mr. Wong Man-kit, S.C.
  • Mr. Joseph Tse W.Y., S.C.
  • Mr. Robert Pang Y.H., S.C.
  • Mr. Douglas Kwok K.H., Barrister-at-law
  • Ms. Catherine Wong K.K., Barrister-at-law
Enquiry/Contact
 
Address:5D, Shan ha Wai, Shatin, New Territories
Tel:(852) 2877 8308 
Fax:(852) 2691 6601 
Email:mocktrial@sracp.org.hk
Website:http://www.sracp.org.hk/mocktrial
Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/sracpmocktrial/