Roy joined Chambers in 2019 upon completion of his pupillage with Douglas Kwok, Queenie WS Ng, Erik Shum and Phil Chau.
Roy is developing a broad civil and criminal practice. On the civil side, he was exposed to areas such as personal injuries, land law and adverse possession, family law, probate and trust, company law, insolvency, bankruptcy, judicial review, and general civil and commercial law. On the criminal side, he assisted in both prosecution and defence works. Aside from general crimes, he was exposed to areas such as white-collar crimes, constitutional law, human rights and public order offences.
Roy regularly assists in drafting IPO advices for the listings of companies on the Main Board and GEM Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited.
Roy has represented defendants in courts for mentions and mitigations. He has also handled civil cases in the areas of general civil and commercial law, personal injuries, land law and adverse possession, family law, probate and trust, and bankruptcy, in his own right or being led. Roy is also a contributor at LexisNexis in relation publications concerning employment laws.
Roy accepts instructions in all areas of work. He is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
2017 PCLL, The University of Hong Kong
2016 LLB, The University of Hong Kong