Rachel joined Chambers in 2020 upon successful completion of her pupillage with Mr. Law Man-Chung SC, Mr. Giles Surman, Mr. Marco Li and Mr. Wong Chi-Kwong. During pupillage, she gained experience in a wide range of criminal litigation and personal injury litigation, as well as family law, employment, clinical negligence, company, and commercial disputes. Rachel is a Charles Ching Scholar of 2020.
Prior to joining Chambers, Rachel obtained her Bachelor of Laws with First Class Honours from the University of Sheffield and subsequently her Bachelor of Civil Law from the University of Oxford.
As an avid mooter, Rachel represented the University of Sheffield in both UK-wide and international competitions, including the Oxford International Intellectual Property Law Moot 2016. She also served as the Mooting Secretary of the Edward Bramley Law Society at Sheffield and offered advocacy training to members.
Rachel is developing a broad practice and accepts instructions in all areas of practice.
Rachel has been appointed as part-time lecturer (non-clinical) in the Department of Law of the University of Hong Kong since August 2021, teaching Medical Law and Ethics.
Guest speaker for “Identifying and Solving Problems in Employees Compensation Cases – Questions Asked and Answered”, CPD Webinar held by LexOmnibus, 21 October 2020