Charmine Cheung

Charmine Cheung

Hong Kong (2012)

LLM (Hons.), University of Cambridge
PCLL, Chinese University of Hong Kong
JD, Chinese University of Hong Kong
BA (International Relations), Boston University
CEDR Accredited Mediator
HKMAAL Accredited General Mediator 

Middle Temple Advocacy Scholarship (2014)
Michael Vidler Human Rights Mooting Competition Winner (2010)
White & Case Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition: Hong Kong Champion, Best Team, Best Memorial, Runner-Up to Best Oralist (2009)

Charmine is a general practitioner in both civil and criminal litigation.

Following successful completion of pupillage under Mr Daniel Marash S.C (Plowman Chambers), Mr Graham Harris S.C (Liberty Chambers), Mr Richard Khaw (Temple Chambers) and Mr Alan Ng (Plowman Chambers), Charmine joined Liberty Chambers in December 2012. She has also served as a marshal in the Court of Appeal under The Honourable Mr Justice Stock.

Since commencing practice, Charmine has appeared regularly as an advocate in her own right in Magistrates’ Courts. She has experience in a wide range of criminal cases, including misconduct in public office, theft, dangerous drugs, and offences against the person. Charmine has been involved in commercial crime cases relating to conspiracy to defraud, dealing with proceeds of indictable offences, and market misconduct.

In civil practice, Charmine has experience in matters relating to arbitration appeals, shareholder disputes, personal injury, contract law and company law.

English, Chinese