Sae Pang Jearn Jang

  • Scholarship in 2002 at Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Jang is currently practising as a barrister.  Before that, he was a solicitor working at a UK intellectual property law firm, after finishing his 2-year training with the same firm in 2012. As a solicitor, Jang used his scientific knowledge to help clients in the life science sector in many difficult and challenging patent litigation in Hong Kong and China.  Jang likes to take on challenges. This is one of the reasons why he chose to read law after finishing his PhD at the University of Hong Kong. 


Studying law was initially a pursuit of personal interest, but Jang quickly realised that he would like to make law into a career. Jang is now a self-employed barrister, focusing on civil cases.