Alvina Lui

Alvina Lui

Hong Kong

Email alvina.lui@​

Phone +852 2840 5070

Fax +852 2219 0222

LanguagesEnglish, Mandarin, Cantonese

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

As part of the International Arbitration group, "Born and raised" at Hogan Lovells, Alvina Lui first joined the firm as a summer vacation student, where she gained insight into the Corporate TMT and Litigation practices. 

She then returned to the firm as a trainee, rotating seats covering transactional and contentious practices, across Hong Kong and London. She has now permanently joined the International Arbitration group in Hong Kong.

Education and admissions


Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, City University of Hong Kong, Dean's List, 2017

Bachelor of Laws, City University of Hong Kong, First Class Honours, 2016

Bar admissions and qualifications

Hong Kong

Representative experience

Acting for three banks in an HKIAC arbitration against companies based in China and Cayman Islands, arising from investments made by the banks.

Acting for two entertainment companies in HKIAC arbitrations in relation to an artiste investment dispute.

Acting for a Chinese SOE in an HKIAC arbitration regarding a sale of goods dispute for the delivery of alumina.

Representing a luxury hotel group in two UNCITRAL arbitrations concerning a hotel management dispute in relation to a property in South East Asia.

Advising a power plant maintenance contractor on its liability for delay LDs and pass-through of claims to its site labour sub-contractor.

Advising an EPCM contractor on a major airport project in the Middle East.

Acting for a PRC state-owned engineering company in an ICC arbitration against a Brazilian company due to a contractual dispute regarding construction of a steel mill in the PRC.

Acting for an EPC contractor against claims from the main contractor in respect of the design and construction of an infrastructure project in the UK.

Acting for a PRC oil company in a dispute relating to sale and purchase contracts in respect of interests in petroleum production blocks.

Representing two Mongolian entities regarding a corporate dispute in relation to the exercise of a put option under a shareholder's agreement.

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