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After a two year hiatus, HK45 is honoured to host the Honourable Madam Justice Mimmie Chan at the next HK45 Supper Club on Friday, 8 July 2022 in Hong Kong. This Supper Club is kindly sponsored by Berkeley Research Group (BRG).


Those from law firms, the bar and others with an interest in arbitration are all welcome to apply. It will be an informal and enjoyable dinner with discussion of arbitration issues (and anything else that comes up). Chatham House rules apply and the young lawyers must be less than 10 PQE. Our previous guests include the Right Honourable Madam Justice Beverley McLachlin, Chiann Bao, David Caron, Teresa Cheng, Lawrence Collins, Gavin Denton, Susan Dunn, Bernard Eder, Yves Fortier, Judith Gill, Gavan Griffith, Jackie van Haersolte-van Hof, Lord Hoffmann, Doug Jones, Neil Kaplan, Christopher Moger, Karyl Nairn and Lord Neuberger.


If you are interested and available to attend, please register your interest by 27 June 2022.


Please note, spaces are not offered on a first come first served basis. We will select the participants based on factors including diversity, seniority, and past attendance or cancellation. Successful RSVPs will be notified on 30 June 2022.


The cost of the dinner is HKD 250, generously subsidised by Berkeley Research Group. We will request payment and confirm the venue when we confirm your participation.

Join us for an informal discussion over dinner. 


The Honourable Madam Justice Mimmie Chan


The Honourable Madam Justice Mimmie Chan has been the Judge in charge of the Construction and Arbitration List of the High Court since 2 September 2013 and hence needs little introduction to those working in the arbitration community in Hong Kong.


The Honourable Madam Justice Mimmie Chan was born in Brunei in 1956. She obtained her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Hong Kong in 1980 and her Postgraduate Certificate in Laws in 1981. She was admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 1983, in England and Wales in 1987, and in Singapore in 1991. She was in private practice from 1983 until she was appointed as District Judge in 2007.