Having joined the Criminal Defence Department at Haldanes as a paralegal in 2012, Christina completed her training at Haldanes as a trainee solicitor and became a qualified solicitor in 2019.
Christina has expertise at all levels of criminal defence work and has been involved in a number of high profile cases in Hong Kong. She has particular expertise in handling complex white-collar crimes, such as corruption, fraud, and money laundering cases as well as matters dealing with issues of restraint. She has also developed a practice in securities and regulatory matters and competition law.
With her years of experience in the Criminal Defence Department, Christina has solid experiences in dealing with different authorities on behalf of her clients, including the Hong Kong Police Force, Commercial Crime Bureau (“CCB”), the Customs & Excise Department (“C&E”), the Department of Justice (“DoJ”), the Immigration Department, the Independent Commission Against Corruption (“ICAC”), the Securities and Future Commission (“SFC”) and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (“SEHK”).
Christina is known for her attention to detail and preparation, especially in complicated cases or those requiring systematic approach, coupled with her tenacity to fight for the best results for her clients.
Christina maintains a close working relationship with a variety of leading counsel, including Senior Counsel and Queen’s Counsel, which enables her to instruct the suitable counsel for her clients when needed.