Dominic Y.C. Wong is a London-based lawyer whose areas of interest include white collar litigation, commercial arbitration, WTO dispute settlement, Investor-State arbitration, civil litigation, financial services regulatory, as well as asset & wealth management.
During his LLB at King's College London, Dominic took his third year abroad at the UniversitÚ Toulouse 1 Capitole as part of the ERASMUS programme. Continuing at King's 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, 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.
Dominic is business proficient in French, and is a Solicitor of England & Wales.