Cecilia has been providing legal services for numerous high-value construction projects located all around the world. Her main areas of practice include construction law, construction related dispute resolutions and infrastructure project finance.
Cecilia has a law education background and practice experience in both common law and civil law jurisdictions. In 2009, she passed the national bar exam with a high score and then qualified as a Chinese lawyer. After joining Pinsent Masons, she completed the academic and practice stages required for English solicitors' qualification, and is dual-qualified in both China and England and Wales.
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Chun Pin works in the Beijing Construction Advisory and Disputes team, covering overseas construction projects and ventures involving primarily Chinese State-owned Enterprises and their counterparts abroad.
I-Ching is qualified in Queensland and New South Wales, and is a legal practitioner of the High Court of Australia. She has extensive experience working in cross-cultural and cross-jurisdictional context, having studied and worked in Australia, Japan and now China, and having advised clients across diverse industries and geographical areas.
Qing is dual qualified in China and England and Wales, specialising in international arbitration, with a focus on dealing with cross-border disputes arising from energy and infrastructure sectors.