Ken joined the Chambers in 2012 following the completion of his pupillage with Horace Wong SC, Godfrey Lam SC, Paul Lam, Edwin Choy and Alexander Stock.
Ken is developing a wide range of civil practice with particular interests in commercial and chancery matters, property law, maritime law, international sale of goods and carriage of goods. He also appears in the Magistracies as defence counsel.
Ken is also a part-time lecturer for the LLB programme at the University of Hong Kong, teaching Equity & Trusts. He is also a member of the Special Committee on Constitutional Affairs and Human Rights of the Bar Council.
“Rethinking Unjust Enrichment, Bailment and Necessity”  Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 178 (case note on ENE 1 Kos Limited v Petroleo Brasileiro SA  EWCA Civ 772,  2 Lloyd’s Rep 409)
Contributor, DMC’s Casenotes on Maritime Law