Ng Ka Lok Alex
吳 家 樂 大 律 師
Mobile: 9847 9097
Tel: 2157 9343
Fax: 2157 9243
Secretary: Ms Hannah Ho
Alex joined Chambers in 2022 upon completion of pupillage with Mr. Erik Shum, Ms. Queenie Ng, Mr. Lawrence Hui and Mr. Alfred Cheng.
Prior to joining the Bar, Alex served as a senior inspector in the Customs and Excise Department (“C&ED”). Having worked at the C&ED for 10 years, Alex had the experience in handling various criminal cases, such as money laundering, cross-border drug trafficking, smuggling, illicit cigarettes, intellectual property rights infringement, Trade Descriptions Ordinance offences and forfeiture proceedings. Apart from criminal matters, Alex was also one of the few officers in charging of internal investigations and disciplinary proceedings.
Since joining the Bar, Alex has been maintaining a strong criminal practice in a broad spectrum of cases, including fraud and dishonesty offences, bribery and corruption offences, drugs related offences, sexual offences, violence offences, triad related offences, smuggling offences, illicit cigarette offences, road traffic offences, industrial summonses and forfeiture proceedings.
On the civil side, Alex has the experience in handling cases involving areas such as commercial and contractual disputes, bankruptcy and companies’ winding up, land and property disputes, adverse possession, building management, trust, probate, matrimonial disputes, medical negligence, personal injuries, employees’ compensation claims, medical council inquiry, building appeal, administrative appeal for Mahjong/Tin Kau Licence and Firearms Licence, municipal services appeal for Liquor Licence.
Alex is capable of providing written submissions and conducting hearings in both English and Chinese. He is developing a broad civil and criminal practice, and accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.
PCLL, The University of Hong Kong
Juris Doctor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
HKSAR v LWL, ESCC 2377/2022 – Acquittals of obstructing a public officer and careless driving after trial (as sole advocate)
HKSAR v LCK, FLCC 959/2022 – Successful plea bargain to reduce the charge from dangerous driving causing death to careless driving and the Defendant was fined only (as sole advocate)
HKSAR v LMK, KCS 40807/2022 – Successfully persuaded the Court to sentence a defendant for careless driving with fine only in relation to causing death at a traffic accident (as sole advocate)