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Organisation chart of the Legal Policy Division. Solicitor General - Mr Wesley Wong, SC, JP (3918 4001). Law Reform Commission Secretariat, Secretary, Law Reform Commission (Ag) - Ms Adeline Wan (3918 4080). Law Reform Commission Secretariat, Deputy Secretary 1, Law Reform Commission - Mr Byron Leung (3918 4088). Law Reform Commission Secretariat, Deputy Secretary 2 (Ag), Law Reform Commission - Ms Kitty Fung (3918 4083). Policy Affairs Sub-Division, Deputy Solicitor General (Policy Affairs) - Miss SK Lee (3918 4002). China Law Unit, Senior Assistant Solicitor General (China Law) - Miss Deneb Cheung (3918 4068). Policy Affairs Unit 1, Senior Assistant Solicitor General(Policy Affairs) 1 (Ag) - Ms Peggy AuYeung (3918 4038). Policy Affairs Unit 2, Senior Assistant Solicitor General(Policy Affairs) 2 (Ag) - Mr Vernon Loh (3918 4018). Policy Affairs Unit 3, Senior Assistant Solicitor General(Policy Affairs) 3 - Mr TY Lee (3902 8596). Arbitraion Unit, Senior Assistant Solicitor General (Arbitration)(Ag) - Mr Bernard Yue (3902 8601). Constitutional Affairs Sub-Division, Deputy Solicitor General (Constitutional Affairs) - Mr Llewellyn Mui (3918 4007). Basic Law Unit, Senior Assistant Solicitor General(Basic Law) - Ms YM Lai (3918 4010). Human Rights Unit, Senior Assistant Solicitor General (Human Rights)(Ag) - Ms Diana Lam (3918 4005). Constitutional Development and Elections Unit, Senior Assistant Solicitor General (Constitutional  Development and Elections) - Ms Dorothy Cheng (3918 4004).

The Legal Policy Division advises government departments and bureaux on whether proposed legislation, or a particular policy, is consistent with the Basic Law, international human rights standards as applied in Hong Kong, and established principles underlying the legal system. It also has a specialist unit that addresses the need for advice on (and promotes understanding of) Mainland Law. In addition, the division plays an active part in law reform, both through its responsibility for any new legislation promoted by the Secretary for Justice, and because the Secretariat of the Law Reform Commission is part of the division.