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Michael Lunn

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Name  Michael Lunn

Alma mater  Davidson College Queens' College, Cambridge

Michael Victor Lunn QC (born 1950) is a current vice-president of the Hong Kong Court of Appeal.


Early life

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.

Judicial career

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.


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