Hong Kong (2002)
Edward obtained his legal education and qualifications from the University of London and the University of Hong Kong.
Both civil and criminal
Edward has substantial experience in criminal litigation and areas of his criminal practice include dangerous drug cases, commercial fraud, robbery, departmental summons, immigration offences, sex crimes, triad society related offences, traffic offences etc. Moreover, the Department of Justice instructs Edward to prosecute as fiat counsel for criminal cases on regular basis.
Moreover, Edward also practises in civil litigation and his cases range from contractual disputes, land disputes, construction disputes, professional negligence, sale of goods, personal injury to employment disputes. In addition, Edward has experience in arbitration.
Moreover, Edward has appeared in a good number of disciplinary proceedings before the Disciplinary Committee of the Pharmacy and Poisons Board and the Disciplinary Committee of Chinese Medicine Practitioners Board, Disciplinary Committee of Insurance Agents.
University of Hong Kong: Part-time Lecturer in criminal litigation and criminal advocacy courses for students undertaking the Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (PCLL)
Hong Kong Advocacy Training Council: Trainer who trains pupils, junior barristers in Hong Kong as well as other jurisdictions such as Malaysia and South Africa.