Leading Silks

Abraham Chan SC - Temple Chambers 'Abraham is extremely easy to work with, cerebral, and always able to distill complex legal issues in a way that the lay client can understand. He is a solid advocate who always has a good rapport with the Bench.'
Eva Sit SC - Temple Chambers 'An iron fist in a velvet glove.'

Leading Juniors

Carter Chim - Denis Chang’s Chambers 'A conscientious and industrious barrister with thorough knowledge of competition law.'
Connie LeeDes Voeux ChambersConnie stands out for her calm and clear approach as an advocate. She has a steady, reassuring manner, and combines sound analysis with good practical insights. She is eloquent in court and her submissions are very persuasive.’
Tim Parker - Denis Chang’s Chambers  'An excellent advocate, with tremendous experience in both public and competition law. He commands the respect of all the judges he appears before.'

Competition in Hong Kong Bar

Denis Chang’s Chambers

Denis Chang’s Chambers houses ‘strong, experienced barristers in the field of competition law‘. Carter Chim ‘is well-recognised in Hong Kong for his experience in competition law matters‘ and is well-versed in representing public and private clients across a wide spectrum of competition law issues, with enforcement actions prominent in his recent caseload. Tim Parker – also a member of Blackstone Chambers in London – is ‘a very natural and persuasive advocate‘; he is acting for the Competition Commission in Competition Commission v Linde HKO Ltd, concerning alleged abuse of market power in the medical gases sector.


A very strong set of chambers.’

Des Voeux Chambers

At Des Voeux Chambers, the ‘very capableCatrina Lam has an excellent reputation for her expertise in the area, with an established track record in appearing in high-profile cases involving enforcement actions and investigations into alleged breaches of competition rules. In a recent highlight, Lam acted for the Competition Commission in Competition Commission v Quantr Ltd, a cartel case involving a bid-rigging exercise via the exchange of competitively sensitive information in the IT sector. The case marked the first use of an infringement notice by the Commission to resolve the matter, as well as the first set of proceedings to arise from a successful leniency application in Hong Kong. Connie Lee is ‘a clear thinker‘ with ‘considerable knowledge and experience in competition law'; her recent workload includes price fixing cases.


Very strong in staying on top of the development of competition law.’

A strong set.’

Temple Chambers

Temple Chambers is home to Abraham Chan SC, who ‘grasps the issues quickly and his advice goes right to the point‘. Chan SC is regularly instructed by the Competition Commission in a range of matters, and often appears before the Competition Tribunal. He appeared for the Commission in the long-running case of Competition Commission v. W. Hing Construction Limited & Ors, involving alleged market-sharing and price fixing issues. Eva Sit SC and Charles Hollander QC (who shares dual tenancy with English set Brick Court Chambers) are also key names.


Extremely strong in terms of calibre.’