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Geoffrey Kam


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Geoffrey has wide experience in a broad range of litigation matters, including bankruptcy and winding-up proceedings, building management, commercial litigation, contract disputes, debt recovery, landlord and tenant disputes and personal injury. He also handles criminal, family law, and wills and probate matters.

As well, Geoffrey is a member of the government’s Panel of Film Censorship Advisers and sits on the Law Society of Hong Kong’s Members Benefit Committee.

Holding dual degrees in law and commerce from Monash University in Melbourne and a Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from City University in Hong Kong, Geoffrey spent six years as a Partner at a law firm in Hong Kong before joining BC&C as Consultant in 2023.

Core Specialities

  • Civil and Commercial Litigation
  • Bankruptcy and Winding-up Proceedings
  • Building Management
  • Contract Disputes
  • Debt Recovery
  • Landlord and Tenant Disputes
  • Personal Injury
  • Criminal Litigation
  • Family Law
  • Wills & Probate


  • Panel of Film Censorship Advisers (2022 to present)
  • Law Society of Hong Kong’s Members Benefit Committee (2018 to present)

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Enduring our trails and tribulations

Hong Kong, 24 May 2023: Hiking with the Stumblers is a leisurely activity. The challenging terrain of Hong Kong’s country parks, coupled with aging limbs and much chatter, means we advance at modest speed, admiring the scenery and stopping for regular rests. Inevitably, we are occasionally required to step aside as some energetic young pups […]

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Law & More: Episode 26 – Grenville Cross

Hong Kong, 22 May 2023: In the latest episode of Law & More, we meet Grenville Cross, Hong Kong’s first post-handover Director of Public Prosecutions. Among many topics, Grenville discusses his early days as a Crown Prosecutor, his distinguished 30-year career in public office and some of the notable cases he handled. He speaks with […]

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Showcasing HK’s political diversity

Hong Kong, 10 May 2023: The Romer’s tree frog is a rare species, native to Hong Kong. This tiny amphibian, first discovered on Lamma Island in 1952 by naturalist John Romer, mainly inhabits wooded areas near streams. Such is the tree frog’s ecological importance, one of its major habitats, Ngong Ping, is designated as a […]

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‘Letters of no consent’ affirmed

By Alex Liu Hong Kong, 5 May 2023: In a significant judgment, the Court of Appeal has overturned a lower court’s ruling that the long-established use of “letters of no consent” from the police to effectively freeze suspicious bank accounts was unlawful. In considering the matter of Tam Sze Leung & Others v Commissioner of […]

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Mental health, a workplace issue

By Arthur Chan Hong Kong, 3 May 2023: A study by the Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) has revealed high levels of workplace discrimination against employees with mental health issues. Further, many such individuals are reluctant to speak out about their unfair treatment, even though they know they are protected by anti-discrimination legislation. The EOC’s report, […]

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