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Stephanie Lai

Associate

Email: StephanieLai@boasecohencollins.com
Phone: (852) 3416 1789

Overview

Stephanie focuses primarily on Insurance & Personal Injury work but has experience across a broad spectrum of practice areas including commercial matters, employment, criminal law, debt recovery and wills and probate.

Before her pursuit in a legal career in Hong Kong, Stephanie was a full-time paralegal at a personal injury law firm in Vancouver, B.C.

She completed her Juris Doctor in 2014 and earned her Postgraduate Certificate in Laws the following year. She joined BC&C as a Trainee Solicitor in 2015, becoming an Associate two years later.

Core Specialities

  • Criminal Litigation
  • Civil and Commercial Litigation
  • Personal Injuries and Employees’ Compensation
  • Wills and Probate

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Tears of joy … and frustration

Hong Kong, 28 September 2022: “Laugh, and the world laughs with you” goes the familiar saying. It is actually the opening line of Solitude, a verse penned in 1883 by prolific American poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Well, if not quite the world, our former Chief Justice Geoffrey Ma certainly had a packed audience at the […]

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Criminal Law Lecture returns in style

Hong Kong, 26 September 2022: A large audience and a brilliant address by the former Chief Justice of Hong Kong, the Honourable Geoffrey Ma GBM KC SC, ensured the HKU-Boase Cohen & Collins Criminal Law Lecture made a triumphant return as an in-person event. In his talk, entitled “A Civil Practitioner Enters the World of […]

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Back to business in Tel Aviv

Hong Kong, 21 September 2022: Our Partner Alex Liu welcomed the chance to meet Ally Law colleagues old and new at the organisation’s EMEA Regional Meeting in Tel Aviv last week. Dozens of delegates from Europe, the Middle East and Africa, plus others from further afield, descended on the Israeli city for three days of […]

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A fond farewell and a rugby revival

Hong Kong, 14 September 2022: Debt, illness, quarrels and excessive drinking. These were the hallmarks of John Walter Hulme’s controversial 15-year tenure as Hong Kong’s first Chief Justice. After arriving here in 1844, he was plagued by financial woes, despite a handsome £3,000 annual salary, while poor health saw him often delay hearings until the […]

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Avoiding a bitter aftertaste

By Arthur Chan Hong Kong, 9 September 2022: If there has been one growth industry in Hong Kong as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is food deliveries. Social distancing measures and dine-in restrictions have seen more citizens staying home, with the result that food ordering platforms have proliferated. But if business is on […]

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