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Henry Siu

Senior Associate

Email: Henry@boasecohencollins.com
Phone: (852) 3416 1770

Overview

Henry works across a range of practice areas, bringing his experience to bear in Civil and Criminal Litigation, while he also handles a range of non-contentious matters.

Born in Hong Kong and partly raised in Vancouver, Henry graduated in Sciences from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, in 2009. Later that year, he completed a postgraduate diploma in accounting at the same university.

He then enrolled in the City University of Hong Kong’s Juris Doctor programme – a law degree for graduates from a non-law discipline – which he finished in 2012 and he collected his Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from the same establishment a year later, after which he joined BC&C.

Core Specialities

  • Civil and Commercial Litigation (including contractual disputes, debt recovery, civil fraud, employment, shareholder disputes, insolvency, breach of fiduciary duties and winding up petitions etc.)
  • Company and Commercial Matters
  • Criminal Litigation
  • Personal Injuries and Employees’ Compensation
  • Wills and Probate

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