Hin Han has experience in mergers and acquisitions, company start-ups, and company restructuring. Her secondment at a securities firm has also allowed her to better cater for the commercial and practical needs of businesses. Keeping abreast of technological developments, she has advised clients on cybersecurity matters and legal matters relating to new technological tools clients are considering for building their businesses. Having served as a legal representative in various litigation proceedings and being an accredited general mediator, Hin Han is familiar with the common fundamental issues which disputes arise from and can apply her understanding of those into the contract drafting stages, to pre-empt or minimise potential disputes and to avoid pitfalls.
Hin Han also has experience with handling a range of criminal cases, including white collar criminal cases, both as a legal representative to defendants and to clients in reporting cases to authorities. She is also on the panel as a prosecutor on fiat for the Department of Justice.
Hin Han is currently the representative of Hong Kong for the International Bar Association.
Hin Han publishes widely on topics including blockchain, artificial intelligence, anti-money laundering rules, data privacy, and labour and discrimination matters. She is also an author with LexisNexis for data privacy practical guidance content, and has contributed to the Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong: Business Registration Ordinance (Cap 310) (3rd edition, published by LexisNexis), and to the Butterworths Hong Kong Partnership Handbook (2nd edition, published by LexisNexis).
She has been a speaker at international conferences on topics such as “Artificial Intelligence: Chatbots and the Lawyer”, exploring Artificial Intelligence developments and how they relate to businesses and the legal industry, and on family law and prenuptial agreements. She also has been a speaker in various Law Society of Hong Kong events on topics such as criminal law, privacy and cybercrime.
Apart from work engagements, she also enjoys contributing to the society and has been the awardee of the Hong Kong Law Society Pro Bono Community Work Recognition Gold Awards, for providing more than 100 hours per year of pro bono advice and legal services. She has also been awarded Professional Volunteers Accreditation Recognition Programme Leadership Award and the Gold Award.
In her free time, she has volunteered as a Hong Kong Red Cross legal mentor for their Youth Moot and has participated as a Moot Judge for the Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Moots.