Chun Wong > Hodge Jones & Allen > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Hodge Jones & Allen Offices
180 NORTH GOWER STREET
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Chun is a partner in the dispute resolution team at HJA and acts in a wide range of civil disputes and is a member of professional bodies in such areas. She has over 15 years’ experience in county courts, the High Court and the Court of Appeal. She has acted for clients in various funding arrangements, both for claimants and defendants. She is a professional who is commercially aware of the need to resolve disputes efficiently for clients in a costs effective manner.
She regularly deal with claims arising from negligence; She has represented parties in claims against solicitors, barristers, architects, and other professionals.
She is also experienced in dealing with property related cases especially those involving disputes over the ownership of property (under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996). She has represented parties in disputes arising from repairing obligations, service charges, deposits, and other contractual terms in tenancy agreement and leases.
She has acted in a number of contentious probate claims, from challenging the validity of a will, removing an executor, to making a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975.
Notable case: Kousouros v O’Halloran and another  EWHC 2294 (Ch)
- Hodge Jones & Allen, Partner; 2014
- Hodge Jones & Allen, Associate Solicitor; 2010
- Hodge Jones & Allen, Solicitor; 2007
- Osbornes, Assistant Solicitor, 2005
- Osbornes, Trainee Solicitor; 2003
- London Solicitors Litigation Association
- Professional Negligence Lawyers Association
- Property Litigation Association
- Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists
- London School of Economics (2001 LLB 2(1) (Hons))
- College of Law, London (2002 Legal Practice Course, Distinction)
In her spare time, Chun is the parent governor of her two children’s primary school.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Public sector > Civil liberties and human rights
- Insurance > Clinical negligence: claimant
- Insurance > Personal injury: claimant
- Public sector > Administrative and public law
- Private client > Court of protection
- Employment > Employees/unions
- Private client > Family
- Crime, fraud and licensing > Fraud: white-collar crime (advice to individuals)