Emily Yu
余藝芬 大律師

認許年份
香港 (2013)

學歷/資歷
Bachelor of Laws,
London School of Economics and Political Science​ (2010)

Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, 
City University of Hong Kong (2012)

Accredited Mediator,
Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR)

MEMBERSHIP
Committee on Criminal Law and Procedure (CCrimLP), Hong Kong Bar Association
Standing Committee on Civic Education (SCCivEd), Hong Kong Bar Association

執業
Emily has obtained her Bachelor of Laws at the London School of Economics and Political Science and completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Laws at the City University of Hong Kong. Emily has joined chambers in 2013 upon completion of her pupillage with Mr. Hectar Pun (Denis Chang's Chambers), Mr. Bruce Tse (Plowman Chambers), Mr. Graham Harris S.C. (Liberty Chambers) and Mr. S.W. Lee (Liberty Chambers).

Emily's practice covers mainly criminal matters with a particular focus on commercial crime. Since commencing practice, she has appeared as a junior in the District Court, the Court of First Instance, the Court of Appeal and the Court of Final Appeal as well as undertaking criminal work at the magistracy level.

In civil matters, Emily also has experience in drafting pleadings for interlocutory applications, general commercial litigation and injunction matters.

Emily is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin and can read and write in both Traditional and Simplified Chinese.

著名案件
HKSAR v Chen Keen, Hao May & Yee Wenjye (HCCC 83/2014)
Acting for the 2nd Defendant, led by Graham Harris SC and S.W. Lee in a 107-day trial

HKSAR v. Liu Tjong Slam (FAMC 8/2013)
Acting for the Applicant, led by Graham Harris SC and Benson Tsoi

HKSAR v Shah Tahir Hussain (FAMC 23/2013)
Acting for the Applicant, led by Joseph Lee

Secretary for Justice v Kan Brian Ping Chee [2013] 5 HKLRD 362
Acting for the Respondent, led by Graham Harris SC and Joseph Lee

HKSAR v Yeung Ka-sing Carson (DCCC 860/2011)
Acting for the Defendant, led by Graham Harris SC and Benson Tsoi

Wong Tung Bo v Lam Lei Yung (DCPI 676/2013)
Acting for the Defendant, successful application to set aside regular default judgment