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Professional Qualifications

2023Called to the Bar of New York
2021Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb)
2020Called to the Bar of Hong Kong


2022LL.M. in Asian Economic Integration and Law, Waseda University, Japan
2019Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, University of Hong Kong
2018Juris Doctor, University of Hong Kong
2016Bachelor of Arts (with honors in International Studies and Political Science), summa cum laude, Case Western Reserve University, USA


2022 & 2023Arbitrator, Vis East International Commercial Arbitration Moot
2022 & 2023Tutor, Doshisha Oxford Merton College Advocacy Network Initiative
2020Referee, China: An International Journal, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore
2019Reviewer for manuscript, Japanese Journal of Political Science


2021Reserved Scholarship for Successful International Examinees of Waseda University
2016Phi Beta Kappa
2012-2016Dean’s High Honors List
2015Ohio State Scholarship for The Washington Center Academic Internship Program
2014Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) scholarship for study abroad at Sophia University, Japan
2013The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)

Practice Profile

Jason joined Albert Luk’s Chambers after completing his pupillage with Mr C.Y. Li S.C., Mr Jon K.H. Wong, Mr Tony Ko and Mr Albert K.C. Yau. Jason accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.

On the civil side, Jason has knowledge in a wide range of areas including international arbitration, property disputes, land compulsory sales, adverse possession, contentious probate litigation, Part II of Mental Health Ordinance, mortgagee actions, constructive trust, contracts, tort, etc. In recent years he has also often been instructed to provide legal opinions on Hong Kong law for Japanese clients and matters related to Japan.

On the criminal side, Jason has involved in cases including money laundering, conspiracy to defraud, unlawful assembly, ICAC matters, forgery, offences against the person, road traffic offences, and other general criminal matters.

During his law school studies, Jason represented the University of Hong Kong to compete in the Willem C. Vis (East) Moot and the Intercollegiate Negotiation Competition in Tokyo (advocating in Japanese), and built a keen interest in international arbitration.

While engaging in a broad practice in international arbitration and cross-broader litigation (particularly in Hong Kong and Japan), Jason has concurrently been advancing his academic interests in the interaction between international relations and public international law, and Tokugawa village law.

Jason is fluent in English and Chinese and has a business level knowledge of Japanese (passed JLPT N1).


  • "Revisiting the Cliche of Community Service Order in Hong Kong: Non-Custodial Sentence in the Turmoil" (co-author with Ching Him Ho) in Global Journal of Politics and Law Research: Volume 11, No. 1 (2023) (DOI:
  • "Gang Up with the Right Gangs – A Comparative Study on the Law of Unlawful Assembly in Hong Kong and Japan" in Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An International Journal: Volume 7, No. 3 (2021)
  • Contributor, Lexis Practical Guidance – Private Client (2021)
  • Contributor, Lexis Practical Guidance – Corporate (2021)
  • "At the Edge of the Empire: Mapping the Law of Hong Kong's Paradiplomacy" in The Hague Journal of Diplomacy: Volume 15, Issue 3 (2020) (DOI: