Alexsander ST Wong


Call: 2012

Alexsander commenced full practice at the Bar in 2013 after successfully completing his pupillage with Mr. Horace Wong S.C., Mr. Daniel Marash S.C., Mr. Law Man Chung (now Law Man Chung S.C.), Mr. Nelson Miu and Mr. Damian Wong.  He has developed a broad civil and commercial practice, which includes contractual disputes, trust and property litigation, cross-border commercial disputes, company and insolvency matters as well as shareholders’ disputes, personal injuries and medical negligence litigation.  He has also acted in matters in relation to disciplinary proceedings of the Medical Council of Hong Kong. 

Prior to joining the Bar, Alexsander practiced as a medical practitioner after having completed his Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degrees in 2004.  He subsequently obtained his Juris Doctor degree at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a further Master of Laws degree at the University of Cambridge.  

Alexsander regularly appears as an advocate in Court either in his own right or as a led junior.  He also appears and acts in arbitration.


  • Technic Star Universal Limited v Tiny Love and Technic Star Universal Limited v Dorel Juvenile Group, Inc. (consolidated) [2021] HKCFI 2284 – Acted for the Plaintiff in a 8 days trial to recover non-payment by the buyer in a sale of goods action, and successfully resisted counterclaims by the buyers
  • China Europe International Business School v Chengwei Evergreen Capital LP & Ors [2021] HKCFI 3513 – Acted for the Petitioner in relation to an application to refer a dispute arising in a just and equitable winding up petition to arbitration (led by Rimsky Yuen S.C.)



  • Gao Haiyan & Ors v Keeneye Holdings & Ors HCA 1315/2009 and Ma Maogen v Gao Haiyan & Ors HCA 466/2012 (heard together) – A dispute involving the ownership of shares of multiple PRC companies and specific performance of an oral agreement in a commercial dispute over a coal mine valued at RMB1,700 million
  • Tremendous Success Holdings Limited v Sinosoft Technology Group Limited & Ors HCA 2345/2013 and Janful & Ors v Sinosoft Technology Group Limited & Ors HCA 1613/2013 and Law Ka Leung, Victor & Ors v Xin Yingmei & Ors HCA 2423/2013 (heard together), 11 July 2016 – An Order 11 jurisdictional challenge and forum non-conveniens application in 3 actions involving breach of fiduciary duties, tort of conspiracy, a common law derivative action, and libel and malicious falsehood (led by Edward Chan S.C.).
  • Brassart Jacqueline Marcelle v R & P International Accounting Affairs Limited & Ors, HCA 305/2015 – Acting for the plaintiff, as a victim of a mortgage fraud, successfully establishing a claim in fraud against the alleged fraudsters.
  • China Railway Investment Group (Hong Kong) Limited v Eternity Profit Investments Limited & Ors [2018] HKCFI 1928 – An application to amend the pleadings after more than 2 years of inaction and after the expiry of the limitation period (led by Horace Wong S.C.)
  •, LLC v Yingcai Tech Limited & Ors [2018] HKCFI 2172 – Successfully resisted a tracing claim of the plaintiff based on the defence of bona fide purchaser
  • Graceful Win International Limited v Goldstar Success Limited & Ors [2019] HKCFI 2831 – An application involving striking out of the plaintiff’s claim in an action involving breach of contract, Quistclose trust, unjust enrichment and unlawful means conspiracy (led by Horace Wong S.C.).
  • 章晶历 v 吴聅模 & Ors [2020] HKCFI 359 –  Successfully enforced an arbitral award by applying for a charging order absolute over shares of a listed company beneficially owned by the debtor but registered in name of a third party.
  • Poon Kai Ming & Ors v Li Tung Cheung Martin [2020] HKCFI 3139 – Successfully claimed beneficial ownership of shares of a private company registered in the name of the defendant
  • Zhou Yacai v Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited [2022] HKCFI 355 – An application for a Norwich Pharmacal Order against the defendant 

Personal Injuries

  • Ho Suk Man v Sit Tim Mau & Others, HCPI 122/2011 – Appearing for the plaintiff, in a case involving pre-existing conditions and the application of the principles in Chan Kam Hoi v Dragages et Travaux Publics, where the medical evidence was hotly disputed
  • Kan Shui Lai Joely v Hospital Authority [2021] 2 HKLRD 63 – Acted for the Plaintiff in a 4 days trial for a personal injuries action involving injuries at workplace


  • Juris Doctor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Master of Law, University of Cambridge 
  • PCLL, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Distinction)
  • Bachelor of Medicine, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 
  • Bachelor of Surgery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong