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Queens' College, Cambridge|Michael Lunn Wikipedia
Michael Victor Lunn QC (born 1950) is a current vice-president of the Hong Kong Court of Appeal.
Lunn was born in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe); was educated in England, where he began his legal career; and moved to Hong Kong in 1979, working initially as a state lawyer and then, for over twenty years, in private practice. He has two children, Sarah and James aged 34 & 27 respectively. James is a surveyor at Gerald Eve in London and represents the Bank of England RFC, he plays at inside centre.
Lunn was appointed to the High Court in 2003. He became a judge of the Court of Appeal in 2011 and one of its vice-presidents in 2014.
Lunn chaired the Market Misconduct Tribunal for seven years and led the inquiry into the 2012 Lamma Island ferry collision.