Eric Cheung

Principal Lecturer

Director of Clinical Legal Education;
Solicitor Advocate


Eric Tat Ming CHEUNG (張達明) was born and educated in Hong Kong. Upon his admission as a solicitor of the High Court of Hong Kong in October 1989, he worked as a litigation solicitor at Johnson Stokes & Master (now known as Mayer Brown). He was admitted as a partner of the same firm in October 1994. He has been teaching law at the Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong since December 1996. He is also a part-time consultant of ONC Lawyers.  

He is currently the Director of Clinical Legal Education in the Faculty and has been in charge of the Clinical Legal Education Course since its introduction in January 2010. Apart from his services through a great number of public and professional bodies, he has contributed significantly to the promotion of the Rule of Law and legal education to the public. He is frequently invited to speak on legal issues by television and radio programmes as well as in newspapers as a recognised legal scholar on the Basic Law and Rule of Law issues. 

Eric was granted the Higher Rights of Audience as a Solicitor Advocate in criminal cases in 2014.  He has since appeared successfully in a number of criminal appeal cases before the Court of Appeal and the Court of Final Appeal either on a pro bono basis or on legal aid assignment. 

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