Stephanie Hung

Call 2016 (Hong Kong)


English, Cantonese, Mandarin


T: +852 2840 1130

Secretary: Ms. Peon Cheng


Stephanie has a broad civil practice, including company and shareholders’ disputes, property and trusts matters, professional and medical negligence, and personal injury disputes.  Besides court proceedings, she also appears and advises on arbitration matters, in particular, HKIAC arbitrations.

Civil work aside, Stephanie also has a white-collar/commercial crime practice, representing clients in investigations by SFC, ICAC, and CCB.

Stephanie is passionate about community work and giving back to society.  She has been appointed as an adjudicator for the Registration of Persons Appeal Board, and volunteers her time by providing pro bono legal advice.

She is a contributor to Lexis Practical Guidance – Employment and a committee member of Sports Law Practice Committee of the Hong Kong Bar Association.

Practice Areas

General Civil Litigation



Family Law

Equity and Trusts

Intellectual Property

Personal Injuries


Tax Law

White-Collar Crime



LL.M. (Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law), University of Hong Kong


University of Hong Kong


LL.B. (First Class Honours), London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Member, HKSAR Toys and Children’s Products Safety Appeal Board Panel (2022 – Present)
  • Chairman, HKSAR Buildings Appeal Tribunal Panel (2021 – Present)
  • Member, Sports Law Practice Committee, Hong Kong Bar Association (2021 – Present)
  • Adjudicator, HKSAR Registration of Persons Tribunal (2020 – Present)
  • Member, Legal Committee, Hong Kong Football Association (2020 – Present)
  • Honourary Legal Advisor, Hong Kong Elite Athletes Association (2020 – Present)
  • Member, Standing Committee on China Practice Development, Hong Kong Bar Association (2018)
  • Honourary Legal Advisor, Volleyball Association of Hong Kong (2017 – Present)
  • Middle Temple Scholarship for Advocacy Training (London, UK) (2016)
  • Awardee of the Law Reform Essay Competition by the Law Reform Commission (on the topic “Should Hong Kong legislate cyber-bullying? If so, how?”: (2015)
  • Contributor, LexisNexis Practical Guidance – Employment (2020)
  • Contributor, LexisNexis Opvisor – Office Administration – Company Secretary
  • Xu Ying v Xu Weihong [2020] HKCFI 1955; [2020] HKCFI 2826; [2021] HKCA 1416; [2021] HKCA 1670 (led by Mr Denis Chang SC with co-counsel Ms Teresa Wu) – Service out of the jurisdiction of tortious acts, namely, defamation and malicious falsehood, committed in Hong Kong
  • Geng Feng v AI International Technology Ltd & Anor [2021] HKCFI 2701; [2022] HKCFI 1023 (led by Mr Edward Chan SC with co-counsel Mr Michael Liu and Mr David Lai) – Stay of court proceedings pending arbitration for same plaintiff but different respondents/defendants
  • Wong Giles v Donowho Simon Christopher & Anor [2020] HKCFI 603; [2020] HKCFI 1053 (with co-counsel Ms Jolie Chao) – Personal injury claim arising from neighbour disputes over noise disturbances
  • Baosteel Engineering & Technology Group Co Ltd v China Zenith Chemical Group Ltd [2018] HKCFI 1678; [2019] HKCFI 68 (with co-counsel Mr Christopher Chain) – Stay of execution of arbitral award
  • Guest speaker on “Legal Aspects in the School Context” at the University of Hong Kong (2021)
  • Hong Kong Bar Association Official Delegation to Guangzhou, China (2017, 2018)
  • Exchange with Guangdong Hopesun Law Firm in Guangzhou, assisting Mr Michael Liu with the topic “第三者资助仲裁及调解” (2017)
  • Hong Kong Bar Association Official Delegation to Nanjing, China (2016)
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