Abraham Sun is the Principal of Sunfield Chambers Solicitors & Associates. Abraham more than 20 years of legal professional service experience, whose main areas of practice are company restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, equity, asset acquisition, finance, investment management, company operation and commercial litigation.
Abraham began his internship in one of the earliest partnership-operated law firms in China in 1992. In 1996, he was awarded with qualification of practicing lawyer by the Ministry of Justice of China. After that, he worked in the Human Resources Department of the China International Trade Center. In 1999, Abraham was a full-time lawyer in a law firm directly under the Ministry of Justice of China, and then he went to Australia to study law between 2004 and 2008. In 2008, he was admitted as a solicitor at the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia and a solicitor at the Supreme Court of Australia
As the Principal Solicitor, Abraham has been working with numerous clients including listed companies, state-owned enterprises, ultra-high-net-worth clients, and investment banks. Customers in various industries including Australian and Chinese companies and individual investors, had achieved considerable economic benefits with his professional legal advice. With years of professional knowledge and experience, Abraham has successfully represented many clients on complex legal matters such as commercial disputes at the Supreme Court and the Federal Court.
The long-standing reputation and achievements have earned him great trust, and a considerable number of developers have delegated full authority to Sunfield Chambers Solicitors & Associates to participate in off-the-plan properties and commercial development projects in States of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. At the same time, he has been also familiar with the legal provisions of foreign investment licenses. With his persistent efforts, Sunfield Chambers Solicitors & Associates has successfully assisted clients on complex legal matters and achieved considerable economic benefits.
Partner , JP, Senior Licensed Conveyancer
Amy is an experienced licensed conveyancer with years of experience in conveyancing matters. She has outstanding work experience and achievements in conveyancing services under property law and conveyancing law provisions. She is skilled in working with clients in Mandarin and English.
Amy specializes in the following areas of property law:
- Acquisition and sale of commercial, industrial, retail and residential properties.
- Providing legal advice to owners and developers on property transactions.
- Providing consulting and agency services to developers, including drafting development contracts, management agreements, community management rules, and sub-contracted property rules on property rights structures.
- Providing business consulting on futures sales of large residential and commercial development projects.
Partner, Solicitor, Senior Registered Migration Agent
Ming Zhao holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business from the University of Wollongong in Australia and a Diploma in Law from Legal Profession Admission Board in the State of New South Wales. He is a practicing solicitor at the Supreme Court of Australia, the Federal Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of New South Wales. His registered migration agent reference in Australia is 0105755.
Ming is proficient in migration law and has over 18 years of experience in migration applications. He specializes in business investment migration, employer nomination migration, employer nomination immigrantion in regional areas, working visa, partner migration, parent migration, child migration, AAT administrative review appeal applications and judicial appeal applications (including applications at the Federal Circuit Court, the Federal Court, and the Supreme Court).
Mr. Zhao also has the expertise in criminal law matters.
Mr. Zhao is fluent in Mandarin and English.
Senior Counsel, Solicitor
Frank is a senior counsel at of Sunfield Chambers Solicitors & Associates and a partner of Beijing Weiheng (Shanghai) Law Firm. Frank has over 14 years of professional experience in legal professional and particularly specialises providing foreign-related legal services. His main areas of practice include corporate business, cross-border acquisition transactions, overseas investment, compliance management and investigation, foreign-related labor and personnel, foreign-related commercial litigation and arbitration.
Frank has a bachelor degree in law from East China University of Political Science and Law, a master degree in international economic law from the University of Manchester in UK, and a diploma in law from Legal Profession Admission Board in the State of New South Wales, Australia. Frank was awarded with qualifications as a lawyer in 2005 in China, and was admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2009 in Australia.
Frank had been working as a senior solicitor at internationally-renowned law firms such as King & Wood Law Firm and Boone Kaiwu Law Firm, specializing in providing clients with professional foreign-related legal services. Frank's clients include a number of multinational companies, listed companies, China's well-known state-owned enterprises, commercial banks and ultra-high-net-worth clients. With his years of practical experience in multinational corporations and international law firms, Frank was admitted to be one of the ‘Shanghai Foreign-Related Lawyers Talent Pools’which was announced by Shanghai Judicial Bureau in 2018.
Senior Associate email@example.com
Si is a senior solicitor at of Sunfield Chambers Solicitors & Associates. She graduated from the University of New South Wales and holds double bachelor's degrees in law and business (finance). She is proficient in Mandarin and English. She specializes in legal provisions in all areas of business, corporate and property matters, in terms of acquisitions/sales, property, corporate, commercial, industrial and retail leasing, as well as off-the-plan properties, commercial development, foreign investment, joint ventures, providing professional and pertinent advice to clients within these areas. Her professional advice has assisted clients successfully in litigations matters at the Supreme Court and the Federal Court. At the same time, she is experienced in supervising the legal team and working on various trade matters.
Si is also experienced on conveyancing matter in the States of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. She can draft contracts for developers to sell off-the-plan property projects and provide professional management and legal advice. At the same time, she also has a solid understanding of migration laws and regulations, and effectively provides professional advice for all kinds of clients on various complex migration matters. Services include employer nomination migration, business innovation and investment migration, employer nomination migration in regional areas and temporary working visa applications.
Rebecca was awarded with a Diploma in Conveyancing from Macquarie University in 2016 , holding the qualification of licensed conveyancer in New South Wales.
Rebecca joined Sunfield Chambers Solicitors & Associates in February 2019. She specializes in conveyancing matters in New South Wales. She is proficient in Mandarin and English.
Rebecca specializes in the following areas of property law:
- providing individuals and businesses with legal services in relation to the purchase or sale of properties, providing legal advice and services to purchasers or vendors on transfer of commercial, industrial, retail and residential properties, as well as business and leases.
- Assisting clients within the whole process from exchange of contract to successful settlement, including drafting/reviewing contracts, modifying contract terms, collaborating with relevant institutions such as banks and government departments, providing and completing necessary legal documents, conducting due diligence for clients and ensuring successful settlements.
- providing legal consultations on property law for developers on residential and commercial development projects.
Mia graduated from the University of Sydney with a degree in Juris Doctor. She joined the firm as a law clerk since 2019 and was admitted as a solicitor at the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2021.
Mia is engaged in family law matters as well as commercial and corporate matters. She also handles conveyancing matters in States of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. She is proficient in Mandarin and English.
Graduated from the University of Technology Sydney with a Juris Doctor degree, Dickson mainly conduct civil litigations, property settlement/leasing and other transaction matters. He Is proficient in Mandarin and English, and had experience advocating in legal settings. His interests expand across Company, Contract and Commercial Law. He advises on company financing and various loan arrangements. His practice also concerns Insolvency and Bankruptcy matters, representing creditors, liquidators or bankruptcy trustees in recovery and administrative procedures.
Daniel graduated from the University of Sydney with a Juris Doctor degree in 2020. He was admitted to practice as a lawyer in 2021 by the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Originally from China, Daniel holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from Dalian University of Technology and passed the national judicial examination in 2017.
Prior to joining Sunfield Chambers Solicitors & Associates, Daniel worked at several law firms and Barristers' Chambers in Sydney. Daniel focuses on acting for clients ranging from general disputes to commercial litigations. Daniel also specialises in providing advice concerning commercial and corporate practice.
Daniel speaks fluent English and Mandarin.
Li Da Xu
Li Da Xu holds a JD and a Masters in International Law with a back ground in commerce and economics. Admitted as a lawyer in 2020, Li Da Xu is experienced in a variety of matters with a focus on litigation and alternative dispute resolution processes. Li Da Xu is fluent and capable of understanding and providing legal advice in both English and Mandarin.
Li Da Xu has acted for both plaintiffs and respondents and is capable of providing advice from different perspectives. His practice concerns Contracts, Enforcement and Recovery, Insolvency, Bankruptcy, and Corporations Law.
Eloise is a solicitor at Sunfield Chambers Solicitor & Associates. She obtained her Juris Doctor degree at the University of New South Wales in 2021 and was admitted to practice as a lawyer by the Supreme Court of New South Wales in the same year. She currently is a member of NSW law society.
Eloise was equipped with solidly theoretical foundation and exposed to various practical experience to strengthen her professional capabilities in property, business and corporate matters. She currently focuses on Australian property law and handling conveyancing matters. She continues to build upon professional legal skills and experience to ensure smooth real property transactions and maximise favourable outcomes for clients.
Eloise is proficient in English and Mandarin.
David graduated with a degree in Juris Doctor from the University of New South Wales in December 2021. He has since begun his practical legal training from the College of Law and is expected to be admitted as a solicitor by the Supreme Court of New South Wales in the second half of 2022. David joined the Conveyancing team in October 2021 and has since gained valuable experience in performing various tasks in preparation for settlements and managing client relationships. David also provides assistances to the litigation team from conducting legal research to various administrative work.
Linda is in her final stages of completing her double bachelor degree of Business and Law at Western Sydney University. As part of her degree, Linda has spent time studying at Kyung Hee University Seoul Campus in South Korea. Linda is proficient in Cantonese and English. She is also able to understand Mandarin and Korean.
Linda joined Sunfield Chambers Solicitors & Associates in March 2020 and has since assisted our legal team with a range of litigation matters in Australian intermediate and superior courts. She has established solid foundations in litigation from assisting in matters from the initial investigation stage to briefing and liaising with barristers and also assisting our solicitors at court appearances.