Harry Tang

Harry is a second-year Trainee Solicitor assisting in a wide range of matters including Employment, Corporate & Commercial and Dispute Resolution.

Harry joined Hugill & Ip first as an intern then as a Trainee Solicitor in 2021. He has experience in Corporate & Commercial work, including cross-border transactions, Equity Capital Markets, Debt Capital Markets and drafting commercial contracts and shareholder agreements. He also has experience in Employment law related matters such as drafting employment contracts and policies, Data Privacy, Immigration, and assisting with investigations by the Labour Department.

Prior to joining Hugill & Ip, Harry worked as a paralegal in various international law firms specialising in Employment law and Corporate Finance.

He is currently assisting in Dispute Resolution, Corporate & Commercial and Employment law related matters.

Harry obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree in Business Law from Swansea University in 2016 and Master of Laws in International Trade and Commercial Law from Durham University in 2017. Harry completed his Postgraduate Certificate in Laws at the City University of Hong Kong in 2021.

In his free time, Harry enjoys cycling and playing football.

Harry is fluent in English and Cantonese.

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