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Professor Michael Wilkinson Professor Michael Wilkinson
Chairman of the Law Faculty Board & Former Head of Department of Professional Legal Education, The University of Hong Kong

Professor Michael Wilkinson BA, LLB (Cantab) is Chairman of the Law Faculty Board and former Head of the Department of Professional Legal Education at the University of Hong Kong. He is a barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple.

He specialises in teaching conveyancing, civil litigation and professional ethics and has published books in these areas, including the seminal publications "Hong Kong Conveyancing Law and Practice" and "Cases and Materials" in 9 volumes together with the student version (now in its fifth edition), Professional Conduct of Lawyers in Hong Kong in three loose-leaf volumes, and "A Guide to Civil Procedure in Hong Kong", 3rd Edition. He is also the University's Public Orator. Michael has taught Conveyancing on the OLQE courses since their inception.

Desmond Greenwood Desmond Greenwood
Consultant, Hampton, Winter & Glynn

Desmond is a former teaching consultant at the Faculty of Law in the University of Hong Kong and a former in-house counsel at Citibank NA. He is also a co-author of "Contract Law in Hong Kong". This is Desmond's 10th year to teach on the OLQE Preparatory Courses.

Alfred Chung Ping CHENG Alfred Chung Ping CHENG
Barrister-at-law, Alan Leong's Chambers

Alfred read law at the University of Hong Kong and the University of Cambridge. He was the Bar Scholar in 2005 and started his practice as a barrister in 2006. His practice mainly involves civil work, concentrating on administrative law, commercial and personal injuries cases. In 2008, he was the research assistant to the Judiciary for the Civil Justice Reform, providing materials for training courses attended by judges and judicial officers. He is also a CEDR accredited mediator.

He has been teaching at the University of Hong Kong as a guest lecturer and tutor since 2006. He has taught courses in Administrative Law, Contract Law, Tort Law, Commercial Law Practice, Equity, and Legal History. He is also a tutor for the civil advocacy course and the personal injuries elective for the PCLL. He was also the coach for the HKU team for the Wilhelm C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot for 5 years.

David Cheuk Yin LEUNG David Cheuk Yin LEUNG
Senior Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions, Prosecutions Division, Department of Justice

David obtained his LL.B. (Hons.) at the University of Hong Kong in 1989 and his LL.M. in 1996. He was admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 1992 and subsequently a barrister in 1998. He worked in a law firm in private practice between 1990 to 1995 and then joined the then Legal Department as a Crown Counsel. He is currently Senior Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions, Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Department of Justice, Hong Kong SAR. David regularly provides legal advices to law enforcement agencies, prosecutes criminal trials and criminal appeals.

David has extensive experience in teaching law subjects at the City University of Hong Kong, the University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Subjects that he has taught include Civil and Criminal Procedure, Civil and Criminal Advocacy, Procedure and Proof in Arbitration and Digital Evidence. In 2000, David was appointed Honorary Lecturer of the Department of Professional Legal Education, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong. He remains an Honorary Lecturer today.

David regularly conducts workshops and training for the Advanced Legal Education Programmes for the Hong Kong Bar Association and advocacy workshops for the Hong Kong Academcy of Law and taught on CPD programmes. He was the speaker of Criminal Procedure of Head II, OLQE for LexOmnibus in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

Legal publications by David include Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong of the Costs in Criminal Cases Ordinance, Cap. 492 (1997 and 2007), Hong Kong Archbold 2004, a contributor of "Electronic Evidence : Disclosure, Discovery & Admissibility" (May 2007 and 2010) and a contributor of "Professional Conduct and Risk Management in Hong Kong" (December 2007).

William Kui Po LAM William Kui Po LAM
M.D.S., B.A., LL.B., B.D.S., G.D.L.P., F.R.A.C.D.S., F.R.A.C.D.S.(O.M.S.), A.C.I.Arb., A.H.K.I.Arb.;
Retired Magistrate, Hong Kong Judiciary;
Adjudicator for Torture Petitions, Security Bureau of the Hong Kong SAR Government;
Chairman, Review Board for Bid Challenges;
Vice-Chairman, Municipal Services Appeals Board


William was originally qualified as a specialist Oral & Maxillo-Facial Surgeon and practised that profession for 13 years in Australia. He was admitted in 1987 to the South Australian Supreme Court Roll as a legal practitioner.

He practised as a barrister in civil litigation for 4 years then in the criminal law for 8 years, first in Australia then in Hong Kong. In Australia he appeared as a solo barrister in the civil and criminal trial courts and in the Court of Appeal. In Hong Kong he appeared as a solo barrister in civil trials as Legal Aid Counsel, then from 1992 to 2000 he was Crown Counsel (now called Senior Public Prosecutor) in the Prosecutions Division of the Department of Justice.

While as Prosecuting Counsel from 1992 to 2000 he prosecuted in all levels of courts in Hong Kong, including the Court of Appeal and the Appeals Committee of the Court of Final Appeal. On average he used to prosecute approximately 15 High Court jury trials and 30 appeals every year, prosecuting cases of murder, manslaughter, illegal ammunition, large quantities of dangerous drugs, armed robbery as well as lesser offences. In addition, he appeared as Prosecuting Counsel in numerous cases of Plea & Sentence, in responding to Bail applications and Bail reviews in the High Court.

William has in the past been many times an accredited examiner in civil and criminal advocacy for the University of Hong Kong in their PCLL examinations. In January 2000 he was appointed by the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong SAR Government as a Permanent Magistrate in the Hong Kong Judiciary. He has been sitting in the various Magistrates Courts, as a Deputy Judge of the District Court, and in the Coroner's Court, the above postings several times in rotation. He retired as Permanent Magistrate in July 2009, although he has been sitting as a Deputy Magistrate from time to time by invitation from the Judiciary, presiding in criminal trials.

In January 2010 he was appointed by the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong SAR as an Adjudicator for Torture Petitions (deciding appeals lodged by claimants against the Director of Immigration). In May 2010 he was appointed by the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong SAR as Vice-Chairman of the Municipal Services Appeals Board (hearing appeals on licensing matters). In June 2010 he was appointed by the Secretary for Trade Commerce and Technology as Chairman of the Review Board on Bid Challenges.

Robert Ogilvy Watson Robert Ogilvy Watson
Partner, Ashurst Hong Kong;
LLB (London);
Solicitor, Supreme Court of England and Wales;
Solicitor, Law Society of Hong Kong


Robert Ogilvy Watson became a partner with the international law firm Ashurst in May 2001 and has practised as solicitor specialising in corporate and commercial law since November 1993. Robert specialises in mergers and acquisitions, private equity and securities transactions, including IPOs and secondary offerings. Robert was Secretary to the UK Takeover Panel from 2002 to 2004 and has particular expertise in acting for investment banks and public companies on public M&A. Robert has lectured regularly at international investment banks on legal topics and internally at Ashurst as a presenter on its internal training programme for solicitors.

David Tai Wai LAI David Tai Wai LAI
BA, MTax, JD, PCLL, CA, CPA, CMA, CFM, CFE, CIA, CTA, FTIHK;
Department of Accounting, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


David obtained his J.D. (Distinction) and P.C.LL. at the City University of Hong Kong, after having studied economics at the University of British Columbia and international taxation at the University of Sydney. David is also a Chartered Accountant (Australia) and Certified Public Accountant (United States), and holds various other professional qualifications in accounting and taxation. David worked in the Big 4 accounting firms, and then joined the academia to teach accounting and taxation subjects. He has published in the Hong Kong Lawyer and the Hong Kong Law Journal.

Dr. Dennis Suk Sun CHAN Dr. Dennis Suk Sun CHAN
Adjunct Associate Professor, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Dr. Chan was formerly Director of School of Professional Education and Executive Development (SPEED) of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Prior to that, he was Associate Professor and Associate Head of the Department of Accountancy (as it was formerly known) of the PolyU. Dr Chan has over 20 years of experience in teaching and developing accounting and finance courses and programmes, offered to a wide range of students at universities in Hong Kong and on the Chinese mainland. Dr. Chan also had extensive involvement in professional examinations, in the capacity of examiner, committee member or speaker for several local professional and regulatory bodies, including the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, CPA Australia, the Hong Kong Securities Institute, the Securities and Futures Commission and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (as it was formerly known). Dr. Chan is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Julienne JEN Julienne JEN
Senior Teaching Consultant, Department of Professional Legal Education, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong;
Solicitor, HKSAR;
Solicitor, England and Wales;
CEDR Accredited Mediator;
Accredited General Mediator of the Law Society of Hong Kong


Examiner for Head II OLQE
Examiner for Civil Procedure for the PCLL Conversion Exam


Julienne is currently a full-time Senior Teaching Consultant at the Department of Professional Legal Education, Faculty of Law, the University of Hong Kong. Julienne is the course coordinator for the Civil Litigation course and the Commercial Disputes Resolution Elective for the Postgraduate Certificate in Laws programme offered by the University of Hong Kong.

Julienne is experienced in defending litigation involving professionals, acting upon the instructions of professional liability insurers. Her main area of practice is in medical negligence and related medico-legal matters including handling Medical and Dental Council inquiries and Coroners Inquests. Julienne also has experience in general commercial litigation matters, including matters involving insurance law, handling joint ventures and shareholders' disputes (and applications under sections 168A and 177(1)(f) of the Companies Ordinance), sales of goods disputes, defamation actions and insolvency proceedings.



 


OLQE 2011
Our Speakers
OLQE Calendar
Examination Dates
Head I
3 November 2011 (Thu)
Head II
10 November 2011 (Thu)
Head III
15 November 2011 (Tue)
Head IV
17 November 2011 (Thu)
Head V
20 December 2011 (Tue)

Important Dates
Closing date for lodging application to sit the 2011 OLQE Examinations
8 Jul 2011 (Fri)
Closing date for registration to sit the 2011 OLQE Examinations
19 Aug 2011 (Fri)
Issue of candidate slips
19-23 Sep 2011
Last date to advise of disability
3 Oct 2011 (Mon)
Last day to withdraw from Examiantion to be eligible for part refund of registration fee
20 Oct 2011 (Thu)
Provisional date for release of the results
8 Feb 2012 (Wed)

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