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Brian Chok束文浩大律師

Academic Qualifications
LLB (City University of Hong Kong)
LLM (University of Cambridge)
  
Scholarships and Prizes
Iu Ting Kwok Prize
PCLL Admission Scholarship
Robertsons Prize
Moot Court Prize Scholarship
 
Overall Champion, 5th International Criminal Court Trial Competition (2012) 
Overall Champion, Susan J Ferrell Intercultural Human Rights Moot Court Competition (2011-2012)
  
Public Services
Committee Member, Great China Affairs Standing Committee, Hong Kong Bar Association (since 2016)
  
Profile
Upon completion of pupillage with Mr. Bernard Chung, Miss Elaine Liu, Mr. Andrew Mak and Mr. Richard Khaw SC, Brian commenced full practice and joined Sir Oswald Cheung’s Chambers in 2016.
 
Brian is developing a mixed practice. Since the commencement of pupillage, he has worked on cases ranging from commercial contractual disputes, company matters including derivative actions and insolvency, land disputes including construction of DMCs and tenancy agreements and adverse possession, setting aside arbitral awards, injunction applications, trademark infringements and passing-off, employment disputes to a variety of criminal matters. He has appeared in the High Court and Magistrate Court in his own right.
 
Apart from his practice, Brian had the experience of giving CPD seminar to Hong Kong solicitors on injunctions. In addition, he is currently coaching the International Criminal Court Trial Competition Moot Team of City University of Hong Kong from 2016 to 2017.
 
Prior to his full practice, Brian developed his interest and knowledge in arbitration working as a legal intern at the Secretariat of the International Chamber of Commerce International Court of Arbitration (Asia Office). Brian also served several mini-pupillages in the United Kingdom, namely One Essex Court, 3 Verulam Buildings, Essex Court Chambers, Keating Chambers and One Crown Office Row.
  
Publications
Brian Man-ho Chok, ‘Let the Responsible be Responsible – The Judicial Oversight and Over-Optimism of the International Court of Justice in the Arrest Warrant Case and the Falling of the Head of State Immunity Doctrine in International and Domestic Courts’ (2015) 30 American University International Law Review 490.
 
Brian Man-ho Chok, ‘The Struggle between the Doctrines of Universal Jurisdiction and Head of State Immunity’ (2014) 20(2) UC Davis Journal of International Law and Policy 233.

Members
Edward Chan, S.C. Audrey Eu, S.C. Alice Mok, Q.C. S.C. Ambrose Ho, S.C. Horace Wong, S.C. Li Chau Yuen, S.C.
Andrew Y. S. Mak Margaret Ng Nelson L. Miu Albert Poon Maurice J. Chan Lee Tung Ming
Simon B. C. Chan Wallace Cheung Michael Yin Paul H. M. Leung Tommy Lo Thomas Lee
Elaine Liu Damian Wong Nancy Y. P. Ngai Joyce Leung Kenneth Chung Paul W. P. Mak
David W. K. Tang Matthew Ho Desmond H. K. Leung Norman Nip Verna Lui Clark Wang
Isaac Chan Ken To Kate Poon Jonathan K. W. Lee Selina Kung Jeremy T. Y. Kwong
Adrian C. K. Wong Adrian T. But Alexsander S. T. Wong Julian C.P. Yeung Leon Ho Justin Tong
Christine Yu Carol Wong Andrew C. Y. Tse Prisca Cheung Chantel Lin Nicholas Oh
Leonard H.T. Chow Albert Chan Angie Yan Roger Phang Christy Wong Winnie Li
Brian Chok Avery Chan Lau Ka Kin Justin P. Ismail
Non-practising Barrister
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