Administrative and Public LawChanceryCommercial LawCompany and InsolvencyCriminal LawDefamationFamily LawLand and Property LawProbate and AdministrationRegulatory and DisciplinaryTort and Personal Injuries
Angela joined Chambers in 2017 after spending a month as The Honorable Madam Justice Chu, JA’s marshal and serving pupillage with Mr. Chan Chi Hung SC, Mr. Bruce Tse and Miss Ann Lui.
During her short span of practice, she has already been involved in a wide range of civil matters such as defamation, commercial, probate, family trust, personal injuries, adverse possession, land and conveyancing, securities and finance, employment disputes, discriminatory actions, professional disciplinary actions, judicial review as well as interlocutory matters.
Angela has advised authors of the publisher, Penguin Books, on potential issues of defamation; she has also appeared before the Court of Appeal and the Court of Final Appeal in Chang Wa Shan v Esther Chan Pui Kwan (2018) 21 HKCFAR 370, which is also reported in the UK Entertainment and Media Law Reports  EMLR 10.
Angela is a current member of the Investment Committee of The Bar Council.
- PCLL, The University of Hong Kong (2015)
- LLB, The University of Hong Kong (2014)
- Current Member of the Investment Committee of The Bar Council
Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong: Emergency Regulations Ordinance (Cap. 241) (2020) – Sole Annotator of First Edition
Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong: Hotel and Guesthouse Accommodation Ordinance (Cap. 349) (2020) – Co-Annotator of First Edition
Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong: Occupiers Liability Ordinance (Cap. 314) (2020) – Co-Annotator
Lam Yin Yee v Chen Xiuming and Ors, DCCJ 1412/2021
Represented a victim of telephone fraud which involved HK$27.7 million and six defendants. Succeeded in obtaining interim-interim proprietary injunctions and service out of jurisdiction against the respective defendants.
Siberian Mining Group Ltd v Daily Loyal Ltd  HKCFI 138; HCMP 2169/2019
Acted for the Defendant in resisting an urgent injunction application in the context of a complex dispute involving convertible loan notes worth US$400 million. Application was rendered academic following a change in circumstances. Successfully argued for no order as to costs despite the reasonableness of the injunction application.
Chang Wa Shan v Esther Chan Pui Kwan (2018) 21 HKCFAR 370,  EMLR 10 (Court of Final Appeal);  5 HKLRD 57 (Court of Appeal)
Acted for the Defendant in successfully appealing against the findings of slander and malicious falsehood, which related to a statement communicated during the probate action over the will of Nina Wang.
NLT v LYKJ  HKCA 77; CAMP 159/2019
Appeared as sole advocate for the Respondent (Husband) in applying for leave to appeal against the granting of release from undertaking.