Kristine re-joined the firm as Associate Solicitor in 2021, specialising in criminal defence, public law and civil litigation including personal injury and defamation.
During her training, she has assisted in conducting litigation involving claims of over $40 million, of high-valued land and significant declarations. Since 2013, Kristine has built her connections with well-respected barristers and solicitors at various occasions. She has worked with medical experts, land experts, forensic science experts as well as historians. As the firm represent numerous applicants in significant judicial review proceedings including emergency laws, small house policy and election laws, she has supported the cases meticulously. She believes professional work is built by integrity and hard work.
In terms of education, she graduated from a Master of Laws programme at University College London with high merit. She was also awarded the Chevening Scholarship (20-21). She obtained Bachelor of Social Science (Government & Laws), Bachelor of Laws and PCLL at the University of Hong Kong in 2015, 2017 and 2018 respectively.
Kristine is passionate for legal studies and research and is always eager to learn. She also cares about equality and social justice and writes regularly on labour rights, women rights, political and constitutional rights. Kristine enjoys reading and traveling.
• Bachelor of Social Science (Government & Laws), University of Hong Kong
• Bachelor of Laws, University of Hong Kong
• Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, University of Hong Kong
• Master of Laws, University College London
Area(s) of experience:
• Civil Litigation
• Public Law
• Personal Injuries and Employees Compensation Claims
• Medical Negligence
• Criminal Defence
English and Chinese (Cantonese and Putonghua)