Tim has a wide-ranging practice that encompasses all Chambers' main areas of work, with a particular focus on public international law, public and regulatory matters, competition, and commercial law. He is based in Hong Kong where he has established a formidable reputation as a leading junior, with particular recognition for his public law work. 

Tim commenced practice in England and Wales in March 2018 on completion of his six-month pupillage in Chambers, having been called to the Bar in 2017. Tim was admitted as a barrister in Hong Kong in 2009. He is ranked as an ‘up and coming’ junior in Chambers Global, which describes him as "one of the best public law juniors around". 

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Public International Law

Tim accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers' public international law practice. 

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Public & Regulatory

Tim accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers' public law practice. 

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Competition

Tim accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers' competition  law practice. 

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Commercial

Tim accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers' commercial law practice. 

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Achievements

Education

  • Whewell Scholarship in International Law, University of Cambridge (2014)
  • E. M. Burnett Prize, University of Cambridge (2014)
  • Hollond-Whittaker Studentship in Law, Trinity College, Cambridge (2015 - )
  • Bar Scholarship, awarded by the Chief Justice of the Hong Kong SAR (2009)
  • Baxter Prize, Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (World's Best Memorial) (2006)
  • Best Oralist, Asia Cup International Humanitarian Law Moot (2006)

Publications

  • Richard Gordon QC and Johnny Mok SC, Judicial Review in Hong Kong (2nd Ed), LexisNexis, Hong Kong, 2014. Contributing author (6 chapters).
  • Halsbury’s Laws of Hong Kong: Administrative Law, 2nd Ed., 2011 Reissue, Vol. 1, (LexisNexis, Hong Kong, 2011). Sole author.
  • “Trials in Absentia at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon: Incompatibility with International Human Rights Law”, Journal of International Criminal Justice, Volume 8, No. 2, (Oxford University Press, May 2010), co-author with W. Jordash. 
  • Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong (2nd Edition), Thomson Reuters Hong Kong, 2011, Contributing Editor: Chapter 11 (Nuisance) and Chapter 12 (Rylands v Fletcher Liability).

  • Hong Kong Bar Association, Committee on International Law
  • Hong Kong Bar Association, Committee on Human Rights and Constitutional Affairs
  • Hong Kong Competition Commission, Panel of External Counsel
  • CEDR Accredited Mediator

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