Camille Leung

Special Counsel

Bachelor of Laws, University of Hong Kong, 2006
Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, University of Hong Kong, 2009
Executive Master of Business Administration (distinction), Vlerick Business School, 2019 
Master of Laws (International & European Business Laws) (cum laude), KU Leuven, 2022

Admissions and qualifications
Solicitor, Hong Kong, 2011
Registered foreign lawyer, Brussels Bar (B-list), 2017
Civil celebrant of marriages, Hong Kong, 2019 

Affiliations & memberships
International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA)
Belgium Hong Kong Society

Languages in addition to English

Notable representations

Camille is a senior employment lawyer with significant experience advising clients in Hong Kong and in the Asia Pacific region. 

She regularly advises companies and directors, particularly in the technology and finance sectors, on general employment law, commercial transactions, employee incentive schemes, workplace investigations, boardroom disputes and restrictive covenant disputes. 

Her practice has a particular focus on international employment law, and she often provides legal guidance to multinational companies on HR issues related to global workforce, including:

  • benefits and pensions
  • reduction in force 
  • international mobility 
  • diversity, equity and inclusion  

Camille also advises clients on a wide range of matters covering data privacy compliance, cross-border data transfer, cyber risk management and incident responses, whether with a HR focus or more broadly in respect of the business operations of an organisation.

In addition to private practice experience, Cami has previously worked as an in-house counsel in the oil and gas and banking sectors, handling employment and data protection matters in Hong Kong and throughout the Asia Pacific region.