Leticia Tang

Call 2019 (Hong Kong)

English, Cantonese

T: +852 2840 1130

Secretary: Ms. Eldie Au Yeung


Leticia joined Chambers in 2019 after completing her pupillage with Mr. Bernard Man SC, Mr. Benson Tsoi, Mr. Vincent Lung and Ms. Bonnie Cheng.

Leticia read law at the University of Hong Kong (LL.B.) and Harvard University (LL.M.).

Before joining the Bar, Leticia practised as a solicitor since 2014 at an international firm.  In that capacity, she has acted for listed companies, financial institutions, directors and shareholders in commercial disputes involving breach of contract, mis-selling claims, breach of fiduciary duties, shareholders’ rights and remedies, conspiracy and commercial fraud.

Leticia is developing a broad practice and accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.

Practice Areas

General Civil Litigation
Commercial Law
Company Law
Competition Law
Compliance, Securities and Banking
Family Law
Equity and Trusts
Intellectual Property
White-Collar Crime



LL.M., Harvard University


University of Hong Kong


University of Hong Kong

  • Solicitor (Hong Kong): 2014 – 2018

  • Peter Vine Postgraduate Scholarship (2011)
  • Dean’s Honours List (2010, 2008, 2007)
  • Sir Man Kam Lo/Jardine Scholarship (2009, 2008)
  • Richards Butler in association with Reed Smith LLP Scholarship (2008)
  • Honourable Mention, Willem Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, Vienna (2008)
  • Bernard Downey Book Prize (2008, 2007)
  • Young Leaders of Tomorrow Community Leaders Scholarship (2007)
  • Linklaters Prize for Overall Excellence in Law (2006)

Past experience

  • Acted for a HK listed company in a dispute involving allegations concerning the wrongful dismissal of a director, conspiracy and the validity of share options worth over HK$3B
  • Acted for a financial institution in a dispute on the alleged mismanagement of discretionary hedge fund portfolios resulting in alleged losses of over US$10M
  • Acted for a majority shareholder in a dispute on the breach of a loan and share pledge agreement involving shares worth over HK$400M. Obtained proprietary and Mareva injunctions and disclosure and tracing orders
  • Acted for a company to discharge provisional liquidators appointed by the Hong Kong and Cayman Islands courts over Singapore-listed companies
  • Acted for companies to trace and recover funds from third party bank accounts in cyber fraud disputes