Calvin Tinlop Chui
focuses on commercial and corporate, civil and criminal law matters. In addition to the Macau Lawyers Association, he is also admitted to the New York State Bar. Calvin joined the office as Jurist in September 2015 and began his lawyer’s traineeship in March 2017 under the supervision of Frederico Rato. Prior to this he was a legal clinic intern in the Corporate Finance team of the tax department of KPMG & Associados in Lisbon, Portugal (March to May 2014). Calvin has been the President of the Macau Youth Summit since 2016.
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