Lai Chun Ho

  • BCL, University of Oxford
  • BA, University of Cambridge
  • BA, Yale University

Year of call

  • 2017

Practice areas

Administrative and Public Law


Banking and Finance



Commercial Law

Company and Insolvency Law


Family Law

Intellectual Property

Securities Law

Trust and Probate



Chun Ho joined Chambers in 2017. He completed his degree in Philosophy (with Distinction) at Yale Univerity and went on to obtain a Double First in law from the University of Cambridge in 2014. In the following year, he completed his BCL degree at the University of Oxford. He was awarded the Bar Scholarship in 2016.

Company and Insolvency

  • Kwok Hiu Kwan v Johnny Chen and Others [2018] HKCFI 2112; HCMP 41/2018 (13 September 2018)
  • Kwok Hiu Kwan v Convoy Global Holdings Ltd and Others [2018] HKCFI 1729; HCMP 900/2018 (26 June 2018)
  • Convoy Global Holdings and Others v Cho Kwai Chee Roy and Others [2018] HKCFI 2111; HCA 2922/2017 (19 September 2018)
  • Convoy Collateral Limited v Cho Kwai Chee Roy and Others HCA 399/2018
  • Marrakesh Investments Ltd v Tangiers Holdings Ltd [2017] HKCFI 2343; HCCW 352/2016 (28 November 2017) (sole advocate, costs hearing on withdrawal of winding-up petition)
  • Application for restraining the presentation of winding-up petition (November 2017) 

General Civil and Commercial

  • Xie Li Xin v Law Ka Yan Thompson [2018] HKCFI 1096; HCA 1476/2017 (resisting continuation of Mareva and proprietary injunctions, led by William Wong SC)
  • Interactive Media Network (China) Holdings Limited v Just Media Group Limited and Others [2018] HKCFI 1114 HCA 2291/2017 (21 May 2018) (resisting injunction application in relation to passing off claim, led by Jason Yu)
  • China International Capital Corporation Hong Kong Securities Ltd v Zhang Jie [2018] HKCFI 94; HCA 2294/2016 (22 January 2018) (summary judgment application in the sum of HK$22,533,762.14, led by William Wong SC)
  • Song Xuan v Xu Zhongping [2017] HKCFI 2232; HCA 1687/2017 (5 December 2017) (resisting Mareva injunction application in the sum HK$200 million, led by Anson Wong SC)
  • S.21M ex parte application for prohibitory injunction against a Chinese resident in light of (July 2017)
  • Choi Oi Lin v aEasy Credit Hong Kong Limited HCA 1668/2017 (June 2017) (striking out application, led by Anson Wong SC)


  • Tsang Kwong Chiu Kevin v Tang Wing Hang [2018] HKCFI 1479; HCA 619/2018 (27 June 2018) (as sole advocate, interlocutory injunction application to restrain publication of defamatory statements) 
  • Ng Woon King v Cheng Kam Wah [2018] HKDC 491; DCCJ 2235/2017 (8 May 2018)


  • Application for Discharge of Non-Molestation Order (December 2017)
  • Application for ancillary relief (May 2017) 

Tutor, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong

  • Bar Scholarship (2016)
  • Middle Temple Scholarship (2016)
  • King’s Scholarship, University of Cambridge (2013-2014)
  • George Plimpton Scholarship, University of Cambridge (2012-2014)
  • George Long Prize for Jurisprudence, University of Cambridge (2013)
  • Davies UWC Scholarship (2008-2012)

"Arbitration Agreements: ‘Contracting Out’ of Members’ Statutory Rights to Petition the Court for Unfair Prejudice And/ or Just and Equitable Winding Up." Asian Dispute Review (2015): 84-90.

Mandarin, Cantonese, English