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Mandy Tsang


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Mandy’s practice focuses on insurance litigation. She has extensive experience in handling employees’ compensation and personal injuries cases, as well as in public liability and motor cases.

Born in Sydney and raised in Hong Kong, Mandy obtained her law degree in the UK before returning to Hong Kong to begin her legal career. Before completing her Postgraduate Certificate in Laws at the City University of Hong Kong, she worked for three years as a Paralegal in the insurance litigation department of a large Hong Kong firm. She joined BC&C in 2019 having previously worked at the firm as a summer intern.

During her time in both the UK and Hong Kong, Mandy has been involved in a range of community outreach initiatives including pro bono work, volunteering and supporting charitable causes and continues to support and volunteer her time whenever she can.

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