Dominic Wong is a London-based legal consultant whose areas of interest include white collar litigation, commercial arbitration, WTO dispute settlement, Investor-State arbitration, civil litigation, as well as financial services regulatory.
During his LLB at King's College London, Dominic took his third year abroad at the Université Toulouse 1 Capitole as part of the ERASMUS programme. Continuing at KCL for his LLM, he led the KCL Postgraduate Law Society as its President and wrote two final theses - the first in EU competition law and arbitration; the second covering WTO dispute settlement and transnational law.
He was also a research officer for Professor Renato Nazzini of KCL, an antitrust and dispute resolution specialist. Dominic further developed these topics in a February 2016 peer-reviewed journal article in the Global Competition Litigation Review. This experience was crucial in spurring him to explore other writing opportunities, such as his work on 'Smit & Herzog on The Law of the European Union' with the Center for International Legal Studies, Salzburg. More recently, he assisted Maria Laura Marceddu of KCL on an upcoming paper on Investor-State Dispute Settlement she is jointly writing with Assistant Professor in Private Law, Pietro Ortolani of Raboud University.
Dominic is proficient in French and Mandarin, and is in the process of qualifying as a Solicitor of England & Wales.