Eric Ng

 

Eric Ng
Managing Counsel

Contact
eng@hkiac.org

Nationality(ies)
USA

Languages
English, Cantonese

Education & Qualifications
BCL, Oxford University
PCLL and JD, City University Hong Kong
MSc E-commerce, University of Hong Kong
BS (Business Administration and Information Systems), Babson College USA

 

Bar Admission
Hong Kong

 



Eric is Managing Counsel at the HKIAC.

 

Prior to joining the HKIAC, Eric worked for five years as a barrister-at-law in Hong Kong focusing primarily on international commercial and construction arbitrations, as well as general commercial litigation in Hong Kong, and has worked as counsel as well as tribunal secretary in several major international commercial, construction, and financial arbitrations seated around the world.

 

In addition to his work as a barrister, Eric was previously Adjunct Professor at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, lecturing in advocacy and investor-state arbitration.  Eric has also published on issues of international dispute resolution and investor-state arbitration. 

 

Eric holds a BCL from Oxford University, PCLL and JD from City University from Hong Kong, MSc E-commerce from the University of Hong Kong, as well as a BS in Business Administration and Information Systems from Babson College in the USA. He is admitted to practice law in Hong Kong.


Publications

  • “Mapping the Way Forward: Discussion Paper on Third Party Funding in ISDS”, ISDS Reform Conference (February 2019)
  • “Feeding the Minotaur: Is International Commercial Arbitration Hindering the Development of Commercial Law?”, Asian Dispute Review, January 2017

  • “The Tobacco Wars: How Big Tobacco is Using Investor-State Arbitration to Combat State Regulation and a Lesson for Europe”, European International Arbitration Review (EIAR), Vol.2, Issue 1, 2013

 

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