Winnie is a member of the CMS International Arbitration Group with a focus on international commercial arbitration. She has experience in advising on commercial disputes in Hong Kong, the U.S. and Europe.
Before joining CMS, Winnie worked in a leading litigation firm in Hong Kong. Her prior practice area covers international dispute resolution, Hong Kong commercial litigations, employment, insolvency and white-collar crime. Winnie has also worked as a research assistant for an arbitrator and supported the research work for Third Party Funding for Arbitration Sub-committee of the Law Reform Commission.
Winnie is a Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholar and graduated from her law degree with First Class Honours. She is a former national champion of the prestigious Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. In 2020, she was awarded Steven M. Schneebaum Award for being the most deserving national administrator of the world for her work as national administrator for the Hong Kong round of the Jessup competition.
Winnie also sits on the Advisory Committee of The Jockey Club CPS Limited, which advises the Board of Directors on the operation and management of the revitalized historic Central Police Station compound, Tai Kwun.