Acacia graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a double degree in Social Sciences and Laws in 2019. She then obtained her Postgraduate Certificate at the same University with an overall distinction.
Acacia completed her 2-year traineeship at Morley Chow Seto with a focus on criminal and matrimonial practice (on secondment to a leading boutique firm specializing in family and children matters) and was admitted as a solicitor in 2022. Throughout her training, Acacia gained experience in representing clients at various stages of criminal defence, from attending legal visits at the Police, the ICAC, the Immigration Department and other law enforcement agencies, to bail applications, trials, pleas in mitigations, appeals and other applications.
Acacia has assisted in a wide range of criminal offences from traditional crime such as theft, indecent assault and drug-related offences, to white collar crime such as money laundering, fraud and others. Acacia has also assisted clients in making representations to the Department of Justice for a “bind over order’ and for the criminal charges to be withdrawn.