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The London Office is managed by Daniel Cheung

Daniel Cheung – Solicitor-Advocate, Partner, Compliance Officer Legal Practice

DC low memDaniel Cheung practises the following areas of law: commercial, property, litigation and immigration. He is dual qualified as a Solicitor-Advocate in England and Wales and a Solicitor & Notary Public in Scotland. Daniel obtained his Masters degree at The Edinburgh University and obtained his Legal Practice Course with Distinction at The College of Law. He subsequently studied Wills, Probate and Administration at the University of Cambridge. He has previously worked as a lawyer at a Legal 500 firm and another niche City law firm. As public recognition of his achievements, in 2013 he was selected for the 2013 Rising Star List by Thomson Reuters, an international media and information company. Daniel is a member of the Solicitors Association of Higher Court Advocates, Scottish Young Lawyers Association and an Executive Member of the Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce in England. 


What Judges say:

  • “Mr Cheung referred me to the Tier 4 Guidance relating to documents required…He submitted that the appellant satisfied the Immigration Rules…I find that the Immigration Rules must be applied in accordance with the policies in force at the time…Accordingly the refusal is not in accordance with the Immigration Rules.”: Immigration Judge Ross in Miss Yujie Hu v SSHD [2014]
  • Mr Cheung has correctly submitted that the appellant…”: Deputy Upper Tribunal Judge Lindsley in CZ v SSHD [2013]
  • “At this juncture I express my gratitude to Mr Cheung for the able manner in which he conducted the appeals…Further, I have had the able and lucid submissions of Mr Cheung based on the case of A(Nigeria). I was so fortunate enough to enjoy such advantages”: Immigration Judge Lawrence in Entry Clearance Officer – Guangzhou [2012]
  • “Mr Cheung, who had settled the grounds of appeal but who had not appeared below, produced a skeleton argument and a helpful bundle containing the relevant authorities and the guidance…It may be that the Immigration Judge did not have the assistance that I have had from Mr Cheung and his submissions”: Upper Tribunal Judge Warr in Yiying Sun v Entry Clearance Officer-Guangzhou [2012] OA/13714/2011
  • “I have taken full account of all the documentation paying particular attention to those documents specifically referred to by Mr Cheung…Mr Cheung made useful oral submissions which he said supplemented the seven page skeleton argument”: Immigration Judge De Haney in K v Secretary of State [2009] IA/13759/2009
  • Mr Cheung’s cogent submissions Employment Judge Pearl in N. Burthem v David Morris Stores Ltd [2007] ET