Equal Opportunities & Diversity Policy
At Pantheon Chambers, we believe that it is essential to create an inclusive and diverse workplace where all members and staff are valued, respected and treated fairly. We are committed to providing equal opportunities to all individuals regardless of e.g. (but not limited to): age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, pregnancy or maternity etc.
Pantheon Chambers encourages all of its members and staff familiarise themselves with this policy, and encourage feedback on how we can continue to improve our efforts to promote equality and inclusion. We believe that together, we can create a workplace that is truly equitable and supportive for all.
For the full version of the policy, please click here.
Pantheon Chambers is a set of barristers (advocates and law specialists) chambers located in Admiralty, Hong Kong, a notable hub for the Hong Kong legal community and situated a short distance from the High Court Building and the Court of Final Appeal Building.
Our members practice in all areas of the law and specialise in the following specific areas (in alphabetical order): Arbitration (both domestic and international; administered under the auspices of various arbitral institutions and ad-hoc), Building Management, Commercial, Contract, Company, Competition, Construction, Defamation, Intellectual Property, International Trade, Land & Easements, Matrimonial, Mediation, Mental Health, Personal & Corporate Insolvency, Petty & Serious Crime, Probate & Estate Administration, Sale of Goods, and Trust & Equity.
Our members are also regularly appointed as mediators, dispute resolution advisors, or arbitrators. They are also frequently instructed to give legal advice in various areas of the law for both disputes and transactional matters such as pre and post listing matters involving companies listed on the HKEX.
Some of our members have also taken various positions both in the public and private sector including the Court of Final Appeal, various tribunals, panels and other similar institutions. Such positions include, inter alia, posts with various appeal tribunals, judicial assistant to the Court of Final Appeal and Court of Appeal, committees in practice areas of the Hong Kong Bar Association and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (EAB).
Members of Pantheon Chambers also regularly give back to the community in the form of pro bono work and its members have involved themselves and assisted non-profit organisations such as Pro Bono Hong Kong, the Duty Lawyer Service Free Legal Advice and the Bar Free Legal Service Scheme.