Anson Cheung offered tenancy at Outer Temple Chambers
We are delighted to offer tenancy to our successful pupil, Anson Cheung, from April 2021.
After months of hard work as a pupil and excellent feedback at Outer Temple Chambers, we are delighted to announce that Anson Cheung has been offered a tenancy at Chambers.
Anson has most recently worked under the supervision of Justina Stewart specialising in the areas of banking, financial services and commercial fraud. She has been exposed to a wide range of commercial matters involving cross-border jurisdictional issues. Anson was also supervised by Nicholas Hill which exposed her to a wide range of pensions law and trust law. She has a keen interest in developing both of these practice areas.
Anson graduated with a Double First at the University of Oxford and a Distinction on the BCL. Anson said of the news “I am delighted to have accepted an offer of tenancy from Outer Temple. I have learned a great deal during pupillage from my supervisors Nicholas and Justina in the pensions and commercial/ banking practice areas. I look forward to building my practice in this supportive community and with the fantastic clerking team.”
Anson is already a member of the Attorney General’s Junior Junior Scheme and her clear grasp of the law has seen her work published online, including a recent Practice Direction 57AC guide. She was also awarded joint first prize in the Society of Construction Law Hudson Prize 2019 for the essay entitled ‘Triple Point Technologies – pointing to confusion’.
Chief Executive Rebecca Priestley said “Many congratulations and a warm welcome to Anson. It has been a turbulent year for the legal world but Anson has tackled and conquered all the challenges that this pandemic has thrown at her during her time as a pupil. I am certain that her resilience and huge talent will help her to achieve great things with Outer Temple.”
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Barristers: Anson Cheung