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We have 28 members who can provide advice and advocacy services in civil and criminal matters in Hong Kong.
Our founder, Brook Bernacchi QC, QBE began practising in 1946 and set up what is now the oldest set of Chambers in Hong Kong.
Bernacchi Chambers is Hong Kong's oldest established set of Barristers' Chambers. It has over the years been the "home" to many of Hong Kong's best known Practitioners and Jurists, a number of whom are currently members of the Judiciary. It continues to be one of the most respected sets of Chambers in Hong Kong. Its members provide a wide range of advocacy, advisory, arbitration and mediation services.
Mr Valentine Yim, led by Mr Philip Dykes SC, appeared for the successful applicant for judicial review in the Court of First Instance in Law Chi Yuen v Secretary for Education  5 HKLRD 302, a case concerning discrimination against students with intellectual disability.
Mr Robert Pang SC (leading Ms Maggie Wong) appeared as amicus curiae in the Court of Appeal in HKSAR Ngo Van Nam  5 HKLRD 1;  5 HKC 231, a seminal case concerning the sentencing practice of according a discount for Defendants who plead guilty.
Mr Eugene Yim appeared for the respondent husband in the District Court in DX v LN  5 HKC 485, a case concerning an application by the husband to discharge a prohibition order preventing him from leaving Hong Kong until the hearing of the petitioner wife’s judgment summons.
Mr Robert Pang SC (leading Ms Alison Choy) appeared for the appellant in the Court of Appeal in HKSAR v Leung Oi Yin Scarlette  2 HKLRD 472, a case concerning a witness’s privilege against self-incrimination.
Mr Steven Kwan (led by Mr Gerard McCoy SC) appeared for the successful defendant in the Court of First Instance in Global Bridge Assets Ltd v Sun Hung Kai Financial Ltd (No 2)  1 HKLRD 1113, an application by the plaintiff for leave to appeal from the decision reported in  5 HKLRD 453.
Miss Karen Ma (led by Mr Anson Wong SC) appeared for the Plaintiff in the Court of Appeal in Grand Field Holdings Ltd v Chu King Fai  1 HKLRD 1316, a case concerning breach of fiduciary duties owed by company directors.