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Professional Qualifications

2018Called to the Bar


2012-2016Bachelor of Laws (Hons), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
2017Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (PCLL), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Practice Profile

Ricky has developed a broad criminal and civil practice. He has been instructed on various legal matters as a sole advocate in the Magistrates’ Courts, the District Court and the High Court.

On the criminal side, he has solid knowledge in a wide range of areas including drug offences, sexual offences, dishonesty crimes, offences against the person, ICAC matters (bribery), immigration offences, offences under the Housing Ordinance, etc. In the meantime, Ricky accepts instructions at times to conduct legal visits at various law enforcement agencies and renders advices at the stage of investigation.

On the civil side, Ricky advices on commercial, unfair trade and land disputes, as well as probate, personal injury and matrimonial-related actions. He accepts instructions to appear at full trials and interlocutory proceedings.

Selected Cases

  • HKSAR vs Lai: Successfully defended lay-client against an “evasion of liability by deception” charge with the use of a bounced and dishonored cheque in a vehicle transaction.
  • HKSAR v Lam (D1) & Chu (D2): Successfully defended both defendants from charges of “knowingly make any false and/or misleading statements to the Housing Authority of Hong Kong”, where the Defendants were respectively said to have failed to report the actual value and/or size of assets as of the date of their application for home ownership scheme.
  • HKSAR vs Luo: Successfully persuaded the Court to impose suspended sentence in a cross-border dangerous drug case, whereas the usual sentence would be a substantive term of imprisonment.
  • HKSAR vs Fung: Successfully asked for the withdrawal of an MTR offence summons against lay client after debate in Open-Court.
  • Yeung San Ming Peter vs Ming Kee Construction (Steel Work) Engineering Limited: Represented the Defendant at District Court trial where the substantive disputes between the parties concern the number of mandays involved in a building project and the unit price per manday to be charged under the construction agreement.
  • Ng Wai Chung vs Wong Wai Keung (D1) and Wong Yuen Lam (D2): Successfully obtained an interlocutory and proprietary injunction for and on behalf of the Plaintiff against D1 and D2, in respect of monetary assets deposited into another criminal court.