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2024 March

Chang & Co. has been awarded the Caring Company logo by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service in recognition of our commitment to Caring for the Community, Caring for the Employees, and Caring for the Environment, in particular through pro bono work and supporting charitable causes and community projects.


Launched by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service in 2002, the Caring Company Scheme aims to foster strategic partnerships between the business and social services sectors to promote good corporate citizenship and create a more inclusive society. Logos are awarded each year to recognize organizations with outstanding involvement in corporate social responsibility programmes.

2024 February

Our Principal Lawyer Henry Chang was honored to receive the appreciation letter from Duty Lawyer Service for being a volunteer who actively participated in Free Legal Advice Scheme again this year.
The Free Legal Advice Scheme provides preliminary one-off legal advice to members of the public as to their legal position in genuine cases. The objective of the Scheme is to enable members of the public having genuine legal problems to have preliminary advice as to their legal position. 
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2024 January

Our Principal Lawyer Henry Chang and CHANG & CO. were awarded the Gold and Silver Awards respectively in the Pro Bono and Community Work Recognition Programme 2023 by the Law Society of Hong Kong in recognition of our pro bono and community service.

We are most grateful to have received the award again this year. We will continue to strive to serve the public by offering assistance to anyone in need of professional legal advice in society.

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2023 April

Our Principal Lawyer Henry Chang has been appointed by the Housing Bureau of the Government of the HKSAR as the Member of the Appeal Panel (Housing) with effect from 1 April 2023 for a term of two years.


The Appeal Panel (Housing) is an independent statutory body established under section 7A of the Housing Ordinance (Cap. 283) to determine appeals lodged against the termination of lease agreements between the Hong Kong Housing Authority (HA) and its tenants.


2023 April

Our Principal Lawyer Henry Chang was honored to once again to receive the recognition for his Pro Bono Legal Services from the Chief Secretary for Administration.

2023 January

Our Principal Lawyer Henry Chang and CHANG & Co., were awarded the Gold and Silver Awards respectively in the 2022 Pro Bono Community Work Recognition Programme by the Law Society of Hong Kong in recognition of our pro bono and community service.

Undoubtedly, we incredibly thankful for this. Not only has it given us recognition in serving the community, but it has also fueled us with determination and passion in providing our services to all kinds of people that need professional advice in legal matters. We strive to aid anyone who is struggling to receive quality legal service.
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2022 October

We are very excited and honored to announce Kel Lei joining CHANG & CO. as Consultant.

Kel’s practice focuses on civil litigation and dispute resolution, with particular experience in commercial litigation, securities and regulatory matters, company law, insolvency, personal injuries, insurance, matrimonial and family matters, trust and probate, injunctive relief and civil fraud. Read more about him here.


2022 September

Students are currently required to take a COVID-19 rapid antigen test before going to school every day, and the purchase of test kits puts a strain on the economy of low-income families.

In view of this, Rotary Club of Queensway collected test kits and then donates them to families in need through the school. As one of the co-organizers, CHANG & CO. not only donated test kits, but also provided a local collection point for materials, helping low-income families and society to fight the epidemic.


2022 June

CHANG & CO. is honored to be the strategic partner of 第一屆香港街頭藝術新秀歌唱大賽 and to provide pro bono legal advice to Hong Kong Busking Association (HKBA).
HKBA focuses on promoting busking performance and aims to gather people who are passionate in busking. The level of the contestants was really high. Congratulations to all the winners and looking forward to their future performances.

Buskers in Hong Kong also face different difficulties, including a lack of performance venues, lack of funding and equipment, and frequent evictions for busking. Having said that, art in Hong Kong is more accessible and dynamic than ever. Art can now take place at more diverse venues or through innovative media. We wish to be part of that to bring some positive changes and will continue to support the HKBA.
Learn more about HKBA at
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Phase 10 “Legal Pioneer” Mentorship Programme
Our Principal Lawyer Henry Chang shared their insights with the participants on the topic of “Legal issues related to becoming a KOL” 
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