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DVC welcomes New Tenants

DVC is pleased to announce that all of its 9-month pupils this year have been offered tenancy.

DVC is delighted to welcome: 

Arthur Poon

Arthur is a Bar Scholar who graduated first in class from the University of Hong Kong in 2018, reading Bachelor of Social Sciences (Government and Laws) and Bachelor of Laws. As a visiting student, he obtained first class results in all subjects in Law Tripos Part II at the University of Cambridge. Upon graduation, he further obtained his BCL at the University of Oxford with distinction in all subjects and his PCLL at the University of Hong Kong with distinction.

Adrian Lee

Adrian graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA in Jurisprudence, where he ranked top of the year in Company Law. He went on to obtain his LLM from UCL and University of Cambridge with distinctions and prizes. He is a Bar Scholar, and was a Judicial Assistant in the Court of Final Appeal.

Terri Ha

Terri studied her BA in law at the University of Cambridge. She continued her studies at Cambridge with the LL.M, obtaining First Class Honours in all subjects.

Zixin Jiang

Zixin graduated first in class from the University of Hong Kong with a JD. He went on to obtain the BCL with Distinction from the University of Oxford, where he won the faculty prize in Civilian Foundations of Contract Law. In 2019, he was appointed a Part-time Lecturer at the University of Hong Kong. He was awarded the Bar Scholarship in 2020. Prior to studying law, he read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford.

Sim Jing En

Jing En graduated from the University of Cambridge with a BA in Law with Double First Class Honours, where he was awarded various scholarships and prizes, including the Cambridgeshire and District Law Society Prize in Criminology, Sentencing & the Penal System. He went on to obtain the BCL with Distinction from the University of Oxford, where he was awarded the Law Faculty Prize for International Commercial Arbitration.

Kwan Ping Kan

Ping Kan graduated with Distinction in BCL from the University of Oxford, where he came top of his class in Advanced Property and Trusts and Constitutional Theory. Prior to Ping Kan’s transition to the Bar, he was qualified as a solicitor from 2018 to 2019 following his training at Latham & Watkins LLP from 2016 to 2017. In 2014, Ping Kan graduated with a First in BA (Law) from the University of Cambridge.

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