Jacquelyn Ng

Call 2017 (Hong Kong)


English, Cantonese, Mandarin


T: +852 2840 1130
E: jacquelyn.ng@parksidechambers.com.hk

Secretary: Ms. Emy Sum
E: emy.sum@parksidechambers.com.hk


Jacquelyn is developing a broad civil practice and accepts instructions in all areas of work.

Jacquelyn has experience in general civil matters particularly in company law, insolvency (personal and corporate), domestic/ cross-border commercial disputes, defamation, employment law, land law, trusts & probate and matrimonial law (ancillary relief).  She regularly appears in applications for pre-action discovery, injunctive relief as well as other interlocutory applications and in trial.

Jacquelyn has appeared in her own right in the Court of First Instance, District Court, the Magistracy and the Lands Tribunal, and as led junior in the Court of Appeal and Court of Final Appeal.

Jacquelyn read law at Cambridge. During PCLL, she took part in the 20th VIS International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna as an oralist.  Her team won the moot, capturing the Frederic Eiseman Award.

Upon finishing her studies, Jacquelyn first trained as a solicitor with Deacons in its Commercial Litigation Department, with Mr Robert Clark and Mr John Rose.  In 2015/16, she became a Judicial Assistant to the Court of Final Appeal.

Jacquelyn joined Parkside Chambers in 2017 upon completion of her pupillage with Ms Queenie Lau, Mr Victor Dawes SC, Mr Jonathan Wong and Mr Osmond Lam. She was awarded the Charles Ching Memorial Scholarship in the same year.

Practice Areas

General Civil Litigation
General Criminal Litigation
Administrative and Public Law
Commercial Law
Company Law
Equity and Trusts
Family Law
Insolvency Law
Intellectual Property
Land Law
Personal Injuries



University of Cambridge


City University of Hong Kong


B.A. (Law),
University of Cambridge


B.A. (Politics and International Studies),
University of Warwick
  • Solicitor (Hong Kong) (2015 – 2017)
  • Charles Ching Memorial Scholarship (2017)
  • Frédéric Eisemann Award, 20th Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, Vienna, Austria (2013)
  • Moot Court Prize, City University of Hong Kong (2013)
  • Cambridge Overseas Trust Scholar (Honorary) (2008)

In re Hong Kong Genghis Khan Group Ltd () [2021] HKCFI 1790 (with Mr Bernard Mak): resisting a winding-up petition which issues were inter alia, whether relief from sanction for breach of an unless order ought to be granted and the applicability of RHC O41 r4.

Sarah Sally Chan-Kent (Executrix of the estate of RUBY JIM SUNYOU alias RUBY KANG YOU JIM (NEE) Wong, deceased) v Chim Sau Ching & Anor [2021] HKCA 648 (with Ms Queenie Lau, on appeal from [2019] HKCFI 3066)

Wang Zhihua v Registrar of Companies & Ors [2020] HKCFI 2873 (sole advocate): Applications under Cap 622 s 42 for rectification of information in the Companies Register.

Redland Precast Concrete Products (China) Ltd v Permasteelisa Hong Kong Ltd [2020] HKCFI 2872 (sole advocate, matter dealt with on paper):  Application to vary costs order to provide for indemnity costs at enhanced interest rate, after Plaintiff failed to beat the Defendant’s sanctioned payment.

Choy Tian Fook v Yousisheng Trade Co Ltd [2020] HKFC 931 (sole advocate): Application for default judgment in case of online scam.

S v G [2020] HKCFI 2201 (with Mr Jonathan Wong): Resisted a striking out summons raising arguments on res judicata and entitlement to declaratory relief.

Sarah Sally Chan-Kent (Executrix of the estate of RUBY JIM SUNYOU alias RUBY KANG YOU JIM (NEE) Wong, deceased) v Chim Sau Ching & Anor [2019] HKCFI 3066 (with Ms Queenie Lau): Trial on issue of adverse possession.

In re KCK Garment Factory [2019] HKCFI 585 (with Mr Bernard Mak): Resisted the liqudators’ petition based on, inter alia, allegations of unfair preference.

Bangkok Bank Public Co Ltd v Hui Yan Moon & Anor [2019] HKCFI 321 (led by Mr Anson Wong SC): Resisted appeal against summary judgment on the defendants’ personal guarantees.

Secretary for Justice v Ho Kit Wang, Chow Koot Yin Kole & Ors [2018] HKCFA 13 (application for leave to appeal) and (2018) 21 HKCFAR 421 (substantive appeal) (with Mr Osmond Lam): Appeal against custodial sentences imposed pursuant to Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Cap 221), s 81A, for unlawful assembly involving violence.

Secretary for Justice v Ho Kit Wang, Chow Koot Yin Kole & Ors (2017) 20 HKCFAR 518 (with Mr Osmond Lam): Application for bail pending the hearing of leave application to appeal to the CFA.

Hyundai Merchant Marine (Hong Kong) Ltd v Ma Chun Kit [2018] HKCFI 176 (with Mr Jonathan Wong): Application for committal order for breach of Mareva injunction.