2015 (Hong Kong)
Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration
(awarded by CIArb)
Chinese University of Hong Kong (PCLL) ;
Practical Legal Training in Litigation,
Advocacy and Drafting
Chinese University of Hong Kong (J.D.) ;
HK Law, Common Law
London School of Economics & Political Science,
UK (MS.c) ; Comparative Politics
Bowdoin College, US (B.A.) ;
Government & Legal Studies
Moses served as a naval officer in the Korean Navy for almost 4 years before reading law and qualifying as a barrister (trial lawyer) in Hong Kong.
He is in private practice focusing on cross-border commercial litigation and arbitration. Moses’ practice covers a broad spectrum of commercial work with an emphasis on civil fraud, asset-tracing/recovery, enforcement of foreign arbitral awards and judgments, securities and investment products as well as construction litigation and arbitration. He has a particular specialty in multi-jurisdictional disputes involving international parties and matters with a cross-border element.
His work extends to regulatory fields (providing advice on matters governed by securities and immigration legislation) often involving a mix of private and public law elements. Moses is equally comfortable working independently or within larger teams of barristers and solicitors.
Moses has recently contributed a chapter in Construction Contract Essentials in Hong Kong published by the University of Hong Kong Press. He is currently serving in the Committee of Arbitration at the Hong Kong Bar and the Committee of Commercial Law & Practice at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Hong Kong.
English (native), Korean (native), Mandarin (conversational)