Lawyers Team

HERMAN TANG

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Major Areas of Practice
Building Management
Conveyancing/ Tenancy
Civil Litigation
Judicial Review
Defamation

1990: Common Professional Examination in England and Wales
1989: LLB (Hons) University of London
1983: Bachelor of Social Science (hons) (Sociology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

1992: Solicitor, Hong Kong

Professional Activities and Organization (past and present)
Member, Law Society’s Bilingualism Committee, Hong Kong
Part-time member, Central Policy Unit, Hong Kong SAR Government
Member, Air Pollution Control Appeal Board, Hong Kong SAR Government
Member, Waste Disposal Appeal Board Panel, Hong Kong SAR Government
Member, Dumping at Sea Appeal Board Panel, Hong Kong SAR Government
Legal Advisor, Hong Kong Journalists Association.
Member of Executive Committee, Hong Kong Democratic Development Network
Member, Appeal Panel (Housing), Transport and Housing Bureau, Hong Kong SAR Government


Mr. Herman Tang completed his undergraduate studies at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in Sociology and minoring in Translation. He took part in The Chinese University Student Press during his undergraduate studies. After graduation, he first worked at a news company, and was later employed as the Administration Officer at Hong Kong Government. Subsequent, Herman read law at University of London, and became a solicitor thereafter.

Herman is passionate about public affairs, and has taken part in several landmark judicial review cases in Hong Kong, including: -
1. Representing the prisoners and successfully fight for their constitutional right to vote during while serving sentence at prisons.
2. Representing residents residing in Hong Kong for a continuous period of less than 7 years for their rights to apply for Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (which was adjudicated at the Court of Final Appeal)

Apart from judicial review, Herman has been providing professional services on matters in relation to owners’ corporation and building management. He has experience on appearing before the Land Tribunal. From time to time, Herman also gives talks on the law of building management to the District Council and the Home Affairs Department.

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2866 1600
Email: herman@twc.com.hk。

PATRICK CHOW

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Major Areas of Practice
Personal Injury Claims
Employees’ Compensation Claims
Marital and Family law
Marriage Registration
Civil Litigation
Criminal Litigation

1994: LLB (Hons) University of London


1994: Solicitor, Hong Kong
2020: Civil Celebrant of Marriage



Mr. Patrick Chow had worked at the Department of Justice and the Legal Aid Department of the Hong Kong Government for years before he obtained his Bachelor of Laws at the University of London. Thereafter, he was admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong.

Patrick is dedicated to serving the community. He has been invited as guest speaker from time to time for social welfare organizations on family law and ancillary (e.g. Caritas Integrated Family Service Centre, S.H.K Holy Carpenter Church Community Centre, Hong Kong Social Workers’ General Union). Also, Patrick often provides legal consultation at the People Service Centre of ADPL on a pro-bono basis.

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2866 6265
Email: Patrick@twc.com.hk

BRUCE LIU

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Criminal Litigation
Civil Litigation
Marriage Registration
Marital and Family law
Probate
Building Management
Sale and purchase of property/ Tenancy
Personal Injury Claims
Employees’ Compensation Claims


2002: Master of Social Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
1992: PCLL, University of Hong Kong
1991: LLB (hons), City University of Hong Kong
1988: Postgraduate Diploma on Management, City University of Hong Kong
1983: Bachelor of Social Science (hons) (Social Work), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

1994: Solicitor, Hong Kong
2006: Civil Celebrant of Marriage
District Councilor, Wong Tai Sin District Council (2020-2023)
Chairman, Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood (2008-2011)
Vice-Chairman, Hong Kong Association for Democracy and People’s Livelihood (1998-2008)
District Councilor, Kowloon City District Council (2002-2011)
Member, Action Committee Against Narcotics (2001-2006)
Member, Finance Committee of the Housing Authority (1998-2005)
Vice-Chairman, Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC) (1997-1999)
Member, Provisional Legislative Council, Hong Kong (1997-1998)
Member, Legislative Council, Hong Kong (1995-1997)
Hong Kong Affairs Advisor (1994-1997)
District Councilor, Wong Tai Sin District Council (1985-1994)


Mr. Bruce Liu is a registered social worker. Bruce is a lecturer at Gratia Christian College, Hong Kong and the Department of Social Work of Caritas Institute of Higher Education, Hong Kong, instructing the subject “Social Work and Law”. He has been appointed as the legal advisor of various charities. Bruce is the partner of Tang, Wong & Chow and a civil celebrant. His Major Areas of Practice cover civil and criminal litigations, marital and family matters, probate, employee compensation and personal injury claims.

MELVIN CHAN

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Civil Litigation
Personal Injury Claims
Employees’ Compensation Claims
Judicial Review
Contractual Dispute
Land and Ownership Dispute
Probate
Building Management
Conveyancing / Tenancy
Commercial and Company Registration
Marital and Family law

2007: PCLL, University of Hong Kong
2006: Manchester Metropolitan University/HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education, Common Professional Examination
2002: Bachelor of Social Science (hons) (Sociology), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

2019: Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia (non-practicing)
2009: Solicitor, Hong Kon

Legal Advisor, Hong Kong Journalists Association.
Legal Advisor, Hong Kong Christian Movement of Hong Kong
Legal Advisor, The Chinese Artists Association of Hong Kong


Mr. Melvin Chan graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in Sociology and minoring in History. He worked as an assistant to Legislative Councilor after graduation. He then read law at HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education and University of Hong Kong, and is now the partner of Tang, Wong & Chow. Melvin endeavours to safeguard human rights through legal procedures. He has taken part in various landmark judicial review cases, including representing the Chinese University Student Press to successfully challenge the decision of The Obscene Articles Tribunal and representing the prisoners and successfully fight for their constitutional right to vote during while serving sentence at prisons.

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2529 0600
Email: Melvin@twc.com.hk

JUSTINE YIM

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Criminal Litigation
Civil Litigation
Personal Injury Claims
Employees’ Compensation Claims
Marital and Family law
Conveyancing / Tenancy

2005: PCLL, University of Hong Kong
2004: Manchester Metropolitan University/HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education, Common Professional Examination


2007 Solicitor, Hong Kong

Ms. Justine Yim is a Partner of Tang, Wong & Chow. Justine is particularly experienced on marital law and procedure, personal injury and employees’ compensation claims, as well as conveyancing and property mortgage.

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2877 2963
Email: justine@twc.com.hk

PEARL LAW

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Civil Litigation
Personal Injury Claims
Employees’ Compensation Claims
Judicial Review
Contractual Dispute
Land and Ownership Dispute
Probate
Building Management
Conveyancing / Tenancy
Commercial and Company Registration
Marital and Family law

2014: PCLL, University of Hong Kong
2009: LLB (1st Class), Manchester Metropolitan University
2002: Bachelor of Social Science (hons), The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Major: Sociology, minor: Information Management)

2016 Solicitor, Hong Kong


Ms. Pearl Law graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in Sociology and minoring in Information Management. Subsequently, Pearl read law at Manchester Metropolitan University and obtained LLB with 1st class honour. Prior to joining the legal profession, Pearl engaged in developing international trading business. She emphasizes the importance of communication and is keen on explaining complex legal matters in understandable terms, in order to resolve the issues pragmatically and effectively.

Pearl is very experienced in handling matters such probate, work injury and personal injury claims, as well as divorce cases. She endeavours to handle her clients’ matters in the way best suit their interests and needs.

Work aside, Pearl has a strong commitment towards the community. She has been providing free legal consultation services to different charitable organizations and District Councilors. Also, Pearl has been appointed as honourary legal advisor of various non-profit organizations, such as CUHK Employees General Union, The World Organization for Early Childhood Education – Hong Kong, Hong Kong Cantonese Opera Artists Club. Apart from that, Pearl had been the columnist of “Between the Legal Principles” in a Local Chinese newspaper – The Headline Daily. She also teaches Contact Law at Hong Kong Gratia Christian College and the Department of Social Work of Hong Kong Caritas Institute of Higher Education, as well as Tort Law at Hong Kong Social Workers’ General Union.

Pearl loves listening to music, and tea tasting. Pearl has also been attentive to the development of information and technology.

Pearl speaks fluent Cantonese, English and Mandarin.

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2529 0263
Email: pearl@twc.com.hk

ROGER LAM

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Criminal Law
Personal Injuries Claim
Employees’ Compensation Claim
Public Law
Building Management
Non-governmental Organisation Matters
General Civil Litigation & Family Disputes
Day-to-day Legal Services

Juris Doctor (JD), the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Postgraduate Certificate in Law (PCLL), the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE), the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bachelor of Social Science (Sociology) (BSSc), the Chinese University of Hong Kong

Before joining the legal profession, Roger Lam was an Inspector of Customs & Excise carrying out law enforcement actions in relation to anti-smuggling, anti-narcotics, trade description and intellectual property rights protection. He has also served as an auxiliary Police Constable from 2006 to 2010 and handled daily policing work. Roger was a paralegal at our firm from 2009 to 2010 before he joined the Customs & Excise Department. He later completed a Juris Doctor Degree and Postgraduate Certificate in Law and re-joined our firm in 2015.

Cases that Roger Lam has handled and assisted in:

Criminal Cases from Magistracies to Court of Final Appeal level, including white-collar crime allegation, corporate crime, cross-border crime, deception, perjuries, Customs cases, ICAC (Independent Commission Against Corruption) cases; public event cases (e.g. allegation of unlawful assembly, possession of offensive weapon, riot, etc.); as well as day-to-day common crimes such as theft, assault & wounding, unlawful obtaining of subsidies (e.g. public housing and student financial assistance), sex crime, drug crime, traffic offence (e.g. careless driving, dangerous driving) and various kinds of other criminal allegations.

Personal Injuries Claims in relation to work place injuries, traffic accident injuries, medical negligence, injuries resulted from sexual assault, site mismanagement and different kinds of negligence.
Defamation Cases in relation to natural persons and institutions.

Contact Disputes in relation to commodities, service and building works.

In Disciplinary Proceedings protecting individual Civil Servants’ rights.

Judicial Review and Administrative Appeal Cases protecting interests of prison inmates and rehabilitated offenders.

Building Management and disputes in relation to Incorporated Owners of multi-storey buildings.

Disputes in relation to employment relationship.

Appeals against the decision of Director of Legal Aid.

Procedures in setting up Charitable Organisations.

Roger also holds teacher qualification and has registered at Education Bureau (“RT”). He teaches criminal justice and law enforcement courses at tertiary level on part-time basis.

He was one of the legal advisors of the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union.

Contacts
Tel: +852 2529 0383
Email: roger@twc.com.hk


SAMUEL CHAN

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Probate
Civil Litigation
Trademark and Patent

1992: PCLL, University of Hong Kong
1984: Bachelor of Science (hons) (Biochemistry), The Chinese University of Hong Kong




1994 Solicitor, Hong Kong

Mr. Samuel Chan graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and obtained a bachelor’s degree on Biochemistry. Samuel has been practicing law for more than 20 years, and he is current a Consultant at Tang, Wong & Chow, with focus on trust and equity, probate, drafting wills and civil litigations.

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2866 3989
Email: samuel@twc.com.hk

PETER WONG

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Conveyancing/ Tenancy
Personal Injuries Claim
Employees’ Compensation Claim
General Civil Litigation & Family Disputes
Probate

1991 PCLL, University of Hong Kong
1990 LLB, University of Hong Kong
1984 Bachelor of Social Science (hons), University of Hong Kong


1993 Solicitor, Hong Kong

2015 Partner, Tang, Wong & Chow
2006 Consultant, Cheung, Chan & Chung
2004 Partner, Tang, Wong & Chow
1998 Consultant, Yip, Tse & Tang
1995 Partner, Fok & Chong
1993 Solicitor, Fok & Chong
1991 Trainee solicitor, Fok & Chong

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2877 2966 / +852 2529 0178 (Ms. Yuen)
Email: peter@twc.com.hk

HERMAN SUNG

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Chinese Attesting Services
Personal Injury Claims
Employees’ Compensation Claims
Civil Litigation
Criminal Litigation

1994: LLM, University of Sydney
1991: LLB (hons), University of London
1983: Bachelor (hons), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

2009: China-Appointed Attesting Officers (see: https://852wtgz.com.hk/index.php)
1996: Solicitor, Hong Kong
1994: Solicitor, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia (non-practicing)

Mr. Herman Sung graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1983. Subsequently, Herman obtained LLB at University of London and LLM at University of Sydney. In 1994, Herman was admitted as Solicitor in the State of New South Wales in Australia. Later in 1996, He was admitted as solicitor in Hong Kong.

In 2009, Herman became the China-Appointed Attesting Officers. Currently, his main practice area is on Chinese Attesting Services

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2529 0310
Email: hermansung@twc.com.hk

DOMINIQUE NGAI

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Civil Litigation
Criminal Litigation

1992: PCLL, City University of Hong Kong
1990: LLB, University of London


2020 Civil Celebrant of Marriage
2012 Solicitor, Hong Kong
2009 Accredited Mediator, Hong Kong
1993 Barrister-at-law, Hong Kong

Dominque joined Tang, Wong & Chow in 1992. She handles criminal and civil litigations, which cover marital law, probate, Contactual and commercial disputes, equity and trust, building management, and disciplinary hearing. Dominique has also been appointed as mediator in disputes and cases.

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2529 0322
Email: dominque@twc.com.hk

ESTELLA LUI

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Personal Injury Claims
Employees’ Compensation Claims
Marital and Family law

LLB
LLM (Financial Law)
LLM (Arbitration and Dispute Resolution)


Solicitor, Hong Kong


Ms. Estella Lui handling various legal matters, with particular focuses on divorce, personal injury and medical negligence, insurance dispute, civil and criminal litigation, conveyancing and tenancy, deed of transferring shares and debts, wills and probate, as well as estate management.

Contact
Direct Line: + 852 2529 0383
Email: estella@twc.com.hk