Jeffrey Chan

Jeffrey is a first-year Trainee Solicitor focusing in Private Client and contentious Trusts & Estates, as well as commercial litigation matters.

Jeffrey joined Hugill & Ip as an intern then a paralegal in 2021 and subsequently as a trainee in April 2022. Prior to joining the firm, Jeffrey has had internships with various international law firms and worked as a research assistant to a renowned international arbitrator. He is currently assisting in contentious and non-contentious Private Client matters.

Jeffrey has obtained a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Commerce, where he specialized in Economics and Finance. He subsequently obtained his legal qualifications from the City University of Hong Kong, wherein he graduated with Distinction as one of the top 3 students in his Juris Doctor cohort and was put on the Dean’s List for his Postgraduate Certificate in Laws.

Aside from his academic performance, Jeffrey has also represented City University of Hong Kong in multiple international mooting competitions in Hong Kong, France, and Sri Lanka. His team was awarded the winning prize for arbitration and mediation.

In his spare time, Jeffrey enjoys hiking, listening to music, and miniature painting.

Jeffrey is fluent in spoken English and Cantonese. He is also learning French.

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