Amy’s practice focuses on international commercial and investment arbitration. She has extensive experience advising and representing multi-national and state-owned enterprises, states, public entities, and international organizations in complex transnational disputes. She has worked on high-stake international arbitration cases under the rules of ICSID, HKIAC, ICC, LCIA, SCC, ICDR, and ad hoc UNCITRAL, as well as enforcement and annulment procedures and other arbitration-related orders in front of domestic courts. Her clients come from a wide range ofjurisdictions and sectors.
Amy is a Registered Foreign Lawyer based in Hong Kong, and is qualified in the state of New York (USA) and Paris (France). She is trained in both common law and civil law jurisdictions - she holds an LL.M, degree from Harvard Law School and a Master in Law degree from the Institut d'etudes politiques de Paris (Sciences Po.), cum laude. She also specialises in public international law disputes and received a Certificate from the Hague Academy of Public International Law.
Amy started her career in Paris and worked at leading international law firms in France and Hong Kong. She publishes and speaks on issues relating to international arbitration. Her native language is Chinese (Mandarin) and she is fluent in English and French.