Lilian is developing a broad civil and criminal practice. She accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.
Since commencing practice, Lilian has been instructed to appear either as sole advocate or led junior in the Court of First Instance, the Family Court, the District Court, and the magistracies in various civil and criminal matters. She also has accepted instructions in advising clients in a range of civil cases.
Lilian read law at University of Bristol, United Kingdom (specialising in intellectual property law) and University of Hong Kong. Prior to reading law, Lilian studied life sciences (with double minors in Business and Social Science) and obtained her undergraduate degree from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Year of Call: 2018
Qualifications: MA in Law (Bristol); P.C.LL (HKU), BSc (HKUST)
Cheng Shuk Ying v Promma Dutsanee & Ors DCCJ 1347/2019
Acted for the Plaintiff, the victim of a suspected international fraud scheme, to successfully obtain ex parte Mareva and proprietary injunction on the entire sum to be claimed against all Defendants (sole advocate)
Acted for the Petitioner to wind up the Respondent Company under Cap. 32 on the basis of a debt of HK$15m due to the Petitioner by the Respondent Company (sole advocate)