Earl Deng read Law at the University of Cambridge, Fitzwilliam College on a Prince Philip Scholarship Bursary and was called to the Hong Kong Bar in 2008, joining Chambers in the same year. Earl has a civil law practice and regularly appears in cases involving all aspects of public law and judicial review, including cases that concern human rights and civil liberties, immigration, asylum and refugees, discrimination and commercial regulation. His practice also includes advisory and advocacy work in cases concerning company, contract, employment and intellectual property litigation at all levels of Court.
Earl is coach to international human rights moot teams representing the University of Hong Kong and is a member of the Bar Council’s Special Committee on Constitutional Affairs and Human Rights and the Civic Education Committee. He is an original contributing author to various publications including “Chitty on Contracts, Hong Kong Specific Contracts” and “Employment Law and Practice in Hong Kong”, and “Discrimination Law in Hong Kong”.
Earl is an accredited CEDR mediator.