Jiang Zixin

  • PCLL, Chinese University of Hong Kong (Distinction) [2020]
  • BCL, University of Oxford (Distinction) [2019]
  • JD, University of Hong Kong (First Class Honours) [2018]
  • BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford [2016]


Zixin joined Chambers in 2021 after completing pupillage with Mr Derek Chan SC, Dr Benny Lo, Mr Alan Kwong and Mr Jason Yu.

Zixin graduated with a JD from the University of Hong Kong, ranking first in his class. He went on to obtain the BCL from the University of Oxford with Distinction. He was awarded the Bar Scholarship in 2020.  Prior to studying law, he read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford.

Zixin is developing a broad civil practice and accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.

  • Part-time Lecturer (Non-Clinical), Department of Law, The University of Hong Kong [2019-2020, 2021 to present]
  • Chen Sheng Kuei v Fully Hong Kong Ltd & Ors [2021] HKCFI 2680 – dispute over the directorship of a company (led by Benny Lo)
  • Bar Scholarship [2020]
  • Hong Kong Human Rights Moot – Best Oralist and Best Skeleton Argument [2020]
  • International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition – Best Memorial Team and Best Defense Counsel Memorial [2020]
  • Oxford Law Faculty Prize in Civilian Foundations of Contract Law [2019]
  • Des Voeux Chambers Harry Liu Postgraduate Scholarship [2018]
  • Betty Ho Prize in Law [2018]
  • HKU JD Prizes in Tort Law, Criminal Law and the Law of Evidence [2016]
  • Oriel College Academic Scholarship [2014]
  • Contributing Editor, Hong Kong Company Law Cases [2020]
  • “Unifying and Defining ‘Dishonesty’ in the Law of Trusts” (2020) 26(5) Trusts & Trustees 429
  • “Explosive Substances’ that Cannot Explode?” (2021) 51(1) HKLJ 15
  • “Remedial Discretion and the Prohibition on Face Covering Regulation” (2020) 50(2) HKLJ 569 (with Po Jen Yap)
  • “Electoral Disqualification, Political Allegiance, and the Courts: A ‘Fruitless Debate?’” (2019) 49(3) HKLJ 825 (with Po Jen Yap)
  • “An Alternative to Annulment—Remedial Interpretation in Hong Kong” in Po Jen Yap (ed.), Constitutional Remedies in Asia (Routledge, 2019) (with Francis Ho-Chai Chung)
  • “Co-location is Constitutional” (2018) 48(1) HKLJ 37 (with Po Jen Yap)

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