Professional Practice

Stephen joined Chambers after completing his pupillage with Mr Kenneth Lee, Mr Douglas Kwok, Mr Randy Shek, Mr Richard Yip, and Mr Carter Chim. He is developing a broad civil and criminal practice, and has experiences in contractual disputes, compliance, disciplinary proceedings, injunctive relief, probate, and trusts. He accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.

Stephen obtained his undergraduate degrees in social sciences and law from the University of Hong Kong. He then went on to obtain a LLM in human rights with distinction from the same university, ranking first in class.

Stephen is native in Cantonese, and fluent in English and Mandarin. He is comfortable with conducting cases in either English or Chinese and well-versed in preparing legal documents in both traditional and simplified Chinese.

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Call/Rights of Audience
  • Hong Kong (2023)
  • Master of Laws in Human Rights, The University of Hong Kong
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, The University of Hong Kong
  • Bachelor of Social Sciences (Government and Laws) and Bachelor of Laws, The University of Hong Kong
Professional Appointments & Memberships
  • Mooting Coach for the undergraduate Mooting and Dispute Resolution Programme, The University of Hong Kong (2023-2024)
Scholarships & Awards
  • Anna Wu Prize in Human Rights (2021-2022)
  • Lee Shau Kee Scholarships for Student Enrichment (2018-2019)
  • Centenary Scholarship Fund – Social Sciences Enrichment Scholarship (2016-2018)
Selected Cases
  • Assisting in a contractual dispute for unpaid purchase price of shares of a listed company

Equity and Trusts

  • Assisting in a constructive trust claim for misappropriated dividends of a company

Injunction and Contempt

  • X & Anor v Y [2023] HKCFI 2931 – opposition to continuation of an anonymity order (led by Mr Richard Yip)

Professional Liability

  • Acted for a firm of solicitors in an application for an order declaring that they have ceased to act for the lay client under Order 67, rule 6 of the Rules of the High Court (Cap.4A)
  • Assisting in proceedings before the disciplinary committee of the Social Workers Registration Board


  • Ma Pui Yin Flora & Anor v Ma Sik Hung Bruce [2023] HKCFI 3083 – application for removal of administrator (led by Mr Richard Yip)

General Crime

  • Acting for a defendant charged with indecent assault; successfully sought variation of bail conditions