Chow Ruskin Brown
Winnie sees herself as a problem solver, helping clients resolve their family conflicts with tailored solutions that draw from a variety of dispute resolution options. Her practice covers a wide range of international family law matters, both mainstream as well as complex and atypical. Winnie guides her clients through turbulent times, safeguarding their interests and assisting them in reshaping their futures. Winnie is recognised locally and internationally as a prominent voice in raising awareness of children and family issues and making a positive change in the practice of family law.
Winnie has played a leading role in seeking to improve the resolution of family conflict, and has been prominent in introducing and developing Collaborative Practice and Parenting Co-ordination as an alternative means of dispute resolution in Hong Kong.
Winnie is a founding member of the Hong Kong Collaborative Practice Group and has been Vice Chair since 2012. She is also a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. She is a Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL) and was appointed to the executive committee of IAFL as Parliamentarian in 2013, and as Vice-President between 2014 and 2018. She is an executive committee member of the Hong Kong Family Law Association; and a member of the Hong Kong Law Society’s Family Law Committee. Winnie is a case reporter of the Hong Kong Family Law Reports and co-author of "Family Law and Practice in Hong Kong". She has also shared her experiences as a family lawyer through a number of talks and lectures in Hong Kong and elsewhere.