Belinda Law


2020 (Hong Kong)



Areas of Practice

Equity & Trusts
Family & Matrimonial Law
Financial Services Regulation
Medical Negligence & Personal Injury


Secretary: Ms. Miki Chan
[email protected]

Belinda joined the Bar with more than 17 years of tax and accounting experience, having worked as an in-house tax director at Credit Suisse and a senior tax accountant at Deloitte.  She co-authored International Tax Law and Practice, 1stEdition and authored the 2021 Online Supplement.  She is also the Examiner for the International Tax Paper of the Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) Qualifying Examination.

After completing her pupillage with Mr. Derek Chan SC, Mr. Ashok Sakhrani, Ms. Wing Kay Po and Mr. Eugene Yim, Belinda is developing a broad legal practice and accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work.  In particular, she has extensive experience in tax law and has worked on a wide range of cases involving family law, commercial law, companies and securities law, commercial crime and personal injuries.

  • PCLL (Distinction), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • JD, The University of Hong Kong
  • B.Com, Accounting (Hons), The University of British Columbia
  • Member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Fellow of the Taxation Institute of Hong Kong
  • The Boase Cohen & Collins Prize for Civil Litigation Practice
  • To Yung Sing Herman v Szeto Chak Mei & Ors [2023] HKCFI 3112 — appeared for the Defendants (with Mr. Valentine Yim, Mr. Jeffrey Li and Mr. Lok Ho) at trial on assessment of damages arising from an aborted sale and purchase of property
  • WSW v CSLPC [2022] HKFC 155 — assisted Mr. Eugene Yim in representing the Petitioner at the trial on ancillary relief
  • NWSA v CTYT [2021] HKFC 119 — appeared for the Respondent (with Mr. Eugene Yim) at trial on ancillary relief
  • Advising parties on various tax related issues including: (i) offshore claims; (ii) international tax aspects of corporate restructuring; (iii) tax enquiries and investigations by the Inland Revenue Department; and (iv) stamp duty disputes with the Inland Revenue Department
  • Advising parties on liability, quantum and evidence in various personal injuries and employees’ compensation cases
  • Co-author, International Tax Law and Practice, 1st Edition
  • Author, International Tax Law and Practice, 2021 Online Supplement
  • “Is Taxpayer Privacy Being Compromised in Hong Kong?” (Bulletin for International Taxation, July 2017)