A convenient one-stop shop for all areas of civil and commercial advisory.
Solicitors may contact any of our members directly or get in touch with Chambers through our Practice Development and Clerking Team. You and your client will benefit from our clerks’ comprehensive knowledge of each barrister’s practice and expertise, which enables them to make suitable and appropriate recommendations concerning each barrister.
Subject to the Bar Code, our members can also accept instructions directly from overseas and in-house lawyers, and members of certain professional bodies on matters including advisory work, and international arbitration. They may accept appointments as arbitrators, mediators or umpires, without referral by a solicitor.
Talk to our Practice Development and Clerking Team for more information.
Ms. Jeani Wang is DVC's Practice Development Director and Head Clerk (Designate). She has been dedicated to promoting Hong Kong’s professional services for over a decade.
Working closely with various government departments, major professional bodies, and industry associations, Jeani and her team spearheaded organizing hundreds of international conferences, roadshows, and networking events in Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, and overseas. In 2018, Ms. Wang continued her passion for business development, event marketing, and customer relationship management for legal professions in private practice. She was invited to lead the marketing and BD team in international and local law firms with a focus on the PRC market, putting in place best practices and strategic alliances from multiple levels and sectors.
Ms. Zita Yang is DVC's Practice Development Manager (PRC). She is committed to deepening mutual understanding of the legal profession in the Greater Bay Area, and also the Greater China Region through strategic marketing and operational events.
Zita graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with LLM. She obtained the legal profession qualification certificate (PRC bar) in 2016. Zita has experience in marketing and PRC dispute resolution through her practices in Mainland China and HKSAR.