Anson Cheung - LCI Law - Consultant Barrister

Anson Cheung

Consultant Barrister

Anson is on secondment to LCI Law from Outer Temple as a Consultant Barrister.

Anson’s practice encompasses the full range of commercial disputes, including international arbitration, general commercial litigation, construction, shipping and commodities, pensions and financial services.

Anson has particular experience with litigation in the GCC region, having spent six months on secondment to a leading firm in Dubai. Anson’s cases frequently involve multi-jurisdictional elements, and she has rights of audience before the DIFC and the ADGM Courts.

Education and Previous Experience

Anson was awarded a full-ride merit-based scholarship, the Swire Scholarship, for her undergraduate degree, and graduated from the University of Oxford with a First in Jurisprudence. She then achieved a Distinction on the BCL at Oxford.

During her studies, Anson represented the University of Oxford twice in international moots, and won the Herbert Smith Freehills Oxford Disability Mooting Championship 2017. She was a research assistant to Professor Timothy Endicott and contributed to comparative law reports that were submitted to the US Supreme Court, as organised by Oxford Pro Bono Publico.

Prior to starting the BPTC, Anson worked in the Legal Office of the UN World Food Programme in Rome.

For the BPTC, Anson was awarded the most prestigious scholarship at Gray’s Inn, the Bedingfield Scholarship, and an Advocacy Award for aptitude in advocacy from BPP University. She was called to the Bar by Gray’s Inn in 2019.

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