The inclusion comes as a result of the publications annual survey which ranks 200 elite lawyers (100 of whom are from Chinese law firms and 100 of whom are from foreign law firms) involved in China business.

The recommendations aim to celebrate a select group of outstanding lawyers which show deep legal knowledge, extensive practical experience, shrewd business thinking, an internationalized vision, effective team co-operation abilities, and a spirit of professional dedication that places their clients first.

Cameron commented “I am particularly pleased to be recognised as we celebrate our 30th anniversary in Asia. Appleby is one of the longest established offshore law firms in Hong Kong, and China continues to be an integral market serviced by our multi lingual team of lawyers.”

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