Dixon obtained his double degrees in Government and Laws from the University of Hong Kong and his LLM with distinction (specialising in criminal law and jury studies) from University College London. Prior to joining the bar, he practised for two years as a trainee solicitor in a solicitors’ firm and subsequently served as a Judicial Assistant to the Judges of the Court of Appeal and the Court of Final Appeal.
Dixon is developing a broad practice in both criminal and civil matters. He has been involved in various trials in the High Court, the District Court, and the Market Misconduct Tribunal, and has conducted criminal trials in the Magistrates’ Courts in his own right. He also serves on the panel of volunteer advocates with rights of audience in the Social Security Tribunal in London.
Dixon has taught part-time in the Tort Law course at the University of Hong Kong, and delivered law lectures to Social Work students at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and the Hong Kong College of Technology. He has a keen research interest in the criminal processes relating to post-World War II war crimes trials in Hong Kong.
Dixon has also conducted workshops at the Hong Kong Red Cross to promote International Humanitarian Law to students and the general public.
"Discovering the Knowledge Requirement of Superior Responsibilty in Hong Kong's War Crimes Trials (1946-1948) through Sentencing Practice Analysis", Chinese Journal of International Law 15.3 (2016) 607-637
"Book Review: Data Privacy Law: An International Perspective by Lee Andrew Bygrave", King's Law Journal 25.3 (2014) 497-499