Barristers

Year of call: 2017 (Hong Kong)

Adrian is developing a broad practice and has been involved in cases concerning torts, company, land, trusts and probate matters. He has a particular interest in remedies-related issues.

Adrian obtained his LLB and PCLL from the University of Hong Kong. He then pursued an LLM at the London School of Economics, and graduated with distinction.

Adrian completed pupillage under the guidance of Mr Chan Chi Hung SC, Mr James Thomson, Mr Michael Arthur and Mr Jeffrey Tam.

In 2017-2018, Adrian served as a Judicial Assistant to the Court of Final Appeal, where he provided assistance to judges in substantive appeals, leave applications, and other publications.

Outside of his practice, Adrian is a part-time lecturer in tort law and business associations law at the University of Hong Kong.

Adrian is comfortable to make written submissions and conduct hearings in both English and Chinese. He has appeared in different levels of courts both as a led junior and an advocate in his own right.

CONTACT

Email: [email protected]

Mobile: 98356053

Legal Qualifications:

LLM (Distinction), London School of Economics and Political Science (2016)

PCLL, The University of Hong Kong (2015)

LLB, The University of Hong Kong (2014)

Advanced Certificate in Company Law and Practice (Distinction), Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (2021)

Advanced Certificate in Trust Creation: Law and Practice (Distinction), Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (2020)

Memberships:

Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb)

Member of the Hong Kong Bar Association Standing Committee on Legal Aid Reform

Affiliate Member of The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners

Scholarships, prizes & honourable mentions:

Commercial Remedies, Top of the LL.M. Class (2015-2016)

Insolvency Law: Company Liquidation and Stakeholder Interests, Top of the LL.M. Class (2015-2016)

Complianceplus Consulting Limited Prize for Pro-Bono Work in Clinical Legal Education (2014-2015)

HKU Worldwide Exchange Scholarship (2012-2013)

Deans Honours List (2010-2011)

HKU Foundation Scholarships for Outstanding Students (2010-2011)

Judicial/Statutory Body or Other Appointments:

Part-time Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Hong Kong (Business Associations Law (2017-2020) and Tort Law (2017-present))

Part-time Lecturer, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong (Civil Procedure Law (JD) and Tort Law) (2018-2019)

Judicial Assistant, Court of Final Appeal (2017-2018)

Languages spoken:

English, Cantonese, Mandarin

Cases involved in:

LO KAI SHUI V HSBC INTERNATIONAL TRUSTEE LTD AND ORS (HCA 404/2018)
(led by Mr. Andrew Lynn, with Miss Fontanne Chu)
Acting for the Plaintiff, Mr. Lo Kai Shui, in the dispute involving the Lo Family Trust. 

Top One Global Holdings Ltd v Su Da and anor (HCA 406/2018)
(as sole counsel)
Applied for further security for costs.

NTT Data Hong Kong Ltd v Octo3 Ltd and anor (HCA 344/2020)
(led by Mr. Colin Wright)
Resisted a striking out application by the second defendant.

NTT Data Hong Kong Ltd v Octo3 Ltd and anor [2020] HKCFI 2336
(as sole counsel)
Applied for default judgment against the first defendant, including a declaration that proceedings have been compromised under a settlement agreement. Default judgment granted in subsequent renewed application.

Acted as junior counsel in a construction arbitration matter
(Led by Mr. Bernard Wu)

LO KING YEUNG V EDDIE CHU HOI DICK AND ANOR [2017] 4 HKLRD 723
(led by Mr. Jeffrey Tam)
Whether leave is required to appeal against a decision or order under section 14AA of the High Court Ordinance (Cap.4) and Order 59 Rule 21 of the Rules of the High Court (Cap.4A).

LO KING YEUNG V EDDIE CHU HOI DICK AND ANOR (UNREP., CAMP 18 & 19/2017, 6 NOVEMBER 2017)
(led by Mr. Jeffrey Tam)
Resisted the plaintiff’s applications for leave to appeal against decisions refusing to extend its time for payment of security under section 73 of the Legislative Council Ordinance (Cap.542).

HKSAR V MOALA ALIPATE [2019] 3 HKLRD 20, [2019] HKCA 537
(Led by Mr. Gerard McCoy SC and Ms Nisha Mohamed)
Right to interpreting facilities under Article 11 and right to a fair trial under Article 10 of the Hong Kong Bill of Rights.

HKSAR V CHAU YIU MING (2019) 22 HKCFAR 368, [2019] HKCFA 39
(Led by Mr. Andrew Bruce SC and Mr. Richard Donald)
Circumstances when a judge is required to direct jury on alternative verdicts.

Hong Kong Cases (HKC)

Dr. Nisha Mohamed (Case Reporter) and Alfred Y F SIT 薛有輝 (Case Reporter) and Private: Kim J McCoy (Case Reporter (2015 - present)) and Jacqueline Chan (Case Reporter) and Adrian Lo (Case Reporter) and Zoe M. McCoy (Case Reporter (2020 - present))

2020

Hong Kong Law Reports and Digest (HKLRD)

Daniel Hui (Consultant Editor (2012 - present)) and Adrian Lo (Case Reporter (2019 - present)) and Zoe M. McCoy (Case Reporter (2020 - present))

2020

Sign up to our newsletter

* indicates required