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Jocelyn Chow, Of Counsel

Jocelyn Chow

Of Counsel


English (fluent); Chinese (native)

Practice areas

  • Aerospace, defence and security
  • Competition, EU and Trade
  • Industrials
  • International trade
  • Litigation and dispute management
  • Public law
  • Regulatory investigations and enforcement
  • Sanctions
  • Telecoms

Practice notes

Jocelyn is an Of Counsel of Eversheds Sutherland’s Competition, EU and Trade team in Asia, based in Hong Kong.

Jocelyn is a contentious regulatory lawyer with a focus on competition law and international trade. She regularly advises clients on all aspects of competition law, sanctions, export controls and other economic regulations as they apply to their commercial arrangements, mergers and business practices in Hong Kong, the PRC and the EU.

A litigator by training and fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, Jocelyn applies her skillsets in advising clients on and guiding them through self-assessments, inquiries, internal and regulatory investigations, enforcement actions and judicial reviews, which have in resulted in successful settlements (and in most cases, no further action being taken by the authorities). She also has particular experience in dealing with public authorities, having acted extensively for regulators in Hong Kong for more than 7 years.

Clients have described Jocelyn as “a real star”, “well-rounded”, “very thorough and technically able”, with “a very good grasp of commercial dynamics” and who “understands how regulators see things”. Her combination of knowledge in substantive competition law and in Hong Kong High Court and Competition Tribunal procedures has been described by clients to be “a very rare find” in Hong Kong.

Jocelyn has particular sector experience in aviation, industrials, logistics, telecoms, broadcasting and financial services. Her international experience includes a six-month secondment at our Competition, EU and Trade team in London, the UK, where she gained practical experience of advising clients on EU and UK competition law and trade-related disputes. She obtained the Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law from King’s College London in 2018.