2007 (HK)
2009 (PRC)
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Clark Wang王漓大律師

Academic Qualifications
LLB (University of Hong Kong)
PCLL (University of Hong Kong)
Other Professional Qualifications
PRC Lawyer (2009)
Member, The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
Practises in all areas of litigation work.  As one of the few barristers with PRC law qualification and background, Clark has developed a substantial practice in cross-border litigations and cases with PRC elements involved. Due to his skills and expertise, he has had the honour to be invited to act as an amicus curiae to advise the Court of Appeal and to represent the Hong Kong Government in PRC related cases. Clark is also experienced in other areas such as probate, land law and company disputes.

Other related practice
Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Law, the University of Hong Kong (since 2012)
Selected Cases

> W v C [2013] 2 HKLRD 602: acted as the  amicus curiae in a divorce proceedings whereby the issue of domicile, the jurisdiction of the Court to hear the divorce petition and the application of the principle of forum non conveniens were raised.
> Daimler AG v Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck and Anor, HCA 4089/1994, CACV 172/2011: a multi-jurisdictional commercial dispute on international sale of goods contracts involving issues of Mareva Injunction, fraud, privilege, interrogatories and sanctions of pre-emptive order etc.
> Lawin (HK) Ltd v Ng Yau Fong Yvonne and Ors, HCA 208/2011, HCA 209/2011, HCA 210/2011, HCA 222/2011 and HCA 640/2011: representing several parties in a group of multi-party litigations involving disputes in land; issues such as partnership, joint venture, agency, beneficial interest of a purchaser of land before completion, breach of fiduciary duties and voidable dispositions of land are involved.
> Wong Kam Tong v The Incorporated Owners of Yuen Long Tin Shing Court, [2012] 2 HKLRD 1128: a leading case on the Court’s approach to award costs in the post-CJR era.
> Y v W, FCMC 1847/2011: a jurisdiction challenge in a matrimonial dispute where the Domicile Ordinance, Cap 596 was first analyzed and applied since its coming to force in Hong Kong with PRC law opinions involved.
> Secretary for Justice v Chan Thao Phoumy and Another, HCMP 1895/2007: representing the Secretary for Justice in a landmark application to enforce the confiscation order made by the Intermediate People’s Court of Guangzhou in Hong Kong.
> New Champion (HK) Ltd v Treble & Triple Ltd, HCA 2691/2008: a conveyancing dispute involving the interpretation of sale and purchase contract, especially the “escape clauses”.

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 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 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 Jeff Chan Jolie M.H. Kung Francis H.C. Chung Li Pak Hei
Kelly Shum Julia Ming-hao Au
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