|Hong Kong||England and Wales, United Kingdom|
|Civil Litigation||Civil Celebrant|
PCLL, University of Hong Kong
LLB, University College London
Qualified in Hong Kong in 2001 and admitted in England and Wales in 2005, Charlene specialises in general commercial litigation. As an associate at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, she defended a claim of HK$157 million by a telecommunications company in Hong Kong, and acted for a South Korean government institution in relation to the termination of a trust fund, including the recovery and transfer of various assets in China.
Apart from her legal practice, Charlene is a part-time lecturer for the PCLL programme at The University of Hong Kong on civil litigation and professional practice and management. She co-wrote the article “CIETAC” in “Getting the Deal Through – Arbitration” in 2006 as well. She holds a PCLL from The University of Hong Kong and an LLB from University College London.