Call: HK (2019)
LLM in Competition, Innovation and Trade Law, LSE (2018)
PCLL, University of Hong Kong (2017)
LLB, University of Hong Kong (2016)
Social Science (Government and Law), University of Hong Kong (2014)
Kin joined Tower Chambers and commenced full practice in 2019 after serving his pupillage with Mr. Lincoln Cheung, Mr. Douglas Kwok, Mr. Jeffrey Tam and Mr. Robin D’Souza.
Kin is keen on developing a broad civil and public law practice and accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.
Kin is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Representing a PRC state-owned trading and logistics group in an arbitration against a US reseller of hardwood flooring products for a breach of contract claims under Hong Kong law (Hong Kong governing law, seat and HKIAC Rules)
Civil Fraud/Asset Recovery
Essilor Manufacturing (Thailand) Co., Ltd v Wong Kam Wai (t/a Sun Wai Lok HK International Co) and Others (HCA 159/2020) ( HKCFI 547) – defending a first-layer recipient in an asset-tracing claim
Advised a money service operator in respect of the potential obligations and liabilities under a proposed business arrangement
Advised a company in respect of the obligations and liabilities in relation to an intended security token offerings (STOs)
Credit One Finance Ltd v Cheung Yiu Cho  HKCFI 3170 – acting for the Plaintiff; successfully resisted against the appeal against the summary judgment granted by the master
Chung Yik Ling v Choi Wah Tong  HKDC 896
HKSAR v Lo Kin Man  HKCFA 17 – Leave to Appeal was granted in respect of 6 Questions of Great and General Importance and one ground of Substantial and Grave Injustice.
2021: Contributing Editor, Halsbury’s Laws of HK 2nd Ed. (Vol. 23) – Election
2020: Margaret Ng, Jason Ko and Kin Lau, “Is Hong Kong’s Riot Law ‘Respectable’?” (2020) 50(3) Hong Kong Law Journal 935-960