The extensive research process used in the creation of Benchmark Asia-Pacific’s Top 100 Women in Litigation 2021 involves months of investigation into individual litigators’ professional activities as well as client feedback surveys and one-on-one interviews, and has culminated in the selection of the most distinguished women in the world of litigation. These women have earned their place amongst the leading female litigators by participating in some of the most impactful litigation matters in recent history as well as by earning the hard-won respect of their peers and clients. Though they hail from widely different practice areas, they all share the distinction of being recognized as top players in their respective fields.
Lawyers named in the publication were chosen through several phases of research: review of their recent case work, consideration how attorneys at peer legal institutions might rank them, and client feedback on their performances. Editorial and full lists can be found on the links below, with images for those who provided bios.
A special thank you to Yueping Zhou of Zhong Lun Law Firm, Elsie Liu of Haldanes, Kareena Teh of LC Lawyers, Sharon Ser of Withers, Rita Ku of Withers, Patricia-Ann Prodigalidad of Angara Abello Concepcion Regala & Cruz (ACCRALAW) and Dorothy Tan of PKWA Law Practice for supporting our Top 100 Women in Litigation publication!
In addition, we are pleased to publish the following Q&A's and article with some of the leading female Litigation Stars about their practice history, memorable cases, and gender diversity in the legal industry.
- Q&A with Yueping Zhou of Zhong Lun Law Firm
Hong Kong SAR
- Q&A with Elsie Liu of Haldanes
- Q&A with Sharon Ser of Withers
- Q&A with Rita Ku of Withers
- Kareena Teh of LC Lawyers: Hong Kong’s pivotal role as the Greater Bay Area’s dispute resolution center, supported by the Hong Kong and Mainland China governments
- Q&A with Patricia-Ann Prodigalidad of Angara Abello Concepcion Regala & Cruz (ACCRALAW)
- Q&A with Dorothy Tan of PKWA Law Practice