A former British chief justice’s plan to sit at Hong Kong’s top court for what are reportedly the final hearings of her career has been delayed, due to court closures during the coronavirus epidemic that have already created a growing backlog of cases, legal sources said.Baroness Brenda Hale, a non-permanent judge at the city’s Court of Final Appeal, was expected to hear a pair of high-profile cases in February, but courts have been closed since January 29, with no clear indication yet of when…