Barrister - Call 2002
Wing joined chambers in 2010 and practises in both public and private children law. She has a broad experience representing local authorities, parents, grandparents and children in cases involving issues of neglect, emotional and physical abuse, drug and alcohol addiction, force feeding, factitious illness, mental health difficulties and placement outside the jurisdiction. She regularly appears at all levels of the Family Court.
In private law proceedings, Wing represents clients in a range of s.8 Children Act 1989 matters, including residence, contact, prohibited steps orders and applications to remove the child from the jurisdiction. She also represents clients in Family Law Act 1996 injunctions and domestic violence matters.
Wing accepts work on a direct access basis through chambers.
Wing produces a high quality of written work, including skeleton arguments on appeal and is often complimented on her speed and efficiency in reporting back to professional clients.
Before pupillage, Wing spent five months as a stagiaire at the European Commission in Brussels. She then worked as a caseworker in an immigration and asylum law firm and practised in both criminal and family law before joining chambers.
Wing regularly assists at the College of Law by judging mooting competitions and students’ bail applications in their practitioner evenings. She also provides training to professional clients.
Her friendly, understanding but firm approach is much valued by lay and professional clients alike.
LLB (Hons) Lancaster University
LLM London School of Economics
PGDip Inns of Court School of Law
Lincoln’s Inn Hardwicke Scholar
Lincoln’s Inn Thomas More Bursary Award
Family Law Bar Association
Bar European Group
Conversational French and conversational Cantonese.
Wing enjoys international travel, cooking, salsa and running.