Anson Cheung joins 4 New Square Chambers

News & Judgments
24 April 2024

We are delighted to announce that commercial junior Anson Cheung has joined 4 New Square Chambers.

Anson has a thriving commercial litigation practice encompassing international arbitration, general commercial litigation, civil fraud, construction, pensions and financial services.

Anson’s work often has a focus on international dispute resolution, including in the Middle East. She has also acted in relation to high-value commercial arbitrations and has experience of arbitration cases in accordance with LMAA, DIAC, LCIA, ADCCAC, ICC rules.

She has particular experience with litigation in the GCC region, having spent six months on secondment to a leading firm in Dubai and her cases frequently involve multi-jurisdictional elements, and she has rights of audience before the DIFC and the ADGM Courts. She is ranked as a Rising Star in commercial disputes by the Legal 500 in The Middle East: The English Bar.

On joining 4 New Square Chambers, Anson said “I am delighted to be joining 4 New Square and I look forward to developing my practice surrounded by talented colleagues. I am particularly looking forward to continuing to develop my practice in the Middle East, as well as across other core areas of Chambers.

Nicholas Bacon KC, Head of Chambers at 4 New Square, said “We are delighted to welcome Anson to 4 New Square who will doubtless thrive in advancing her growing reputation as part of our commercial and international arbitration dispute resolution teams.

Please contact Andrew Call, Senior Team Clerk, with any enquiries relating to Anson’s practice.

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