Jess Hui

Senior Associate

Jess has worked for renowned US, UK and Australian law firms and in-house legal departments of prestigious MNCs throughout her legal career. She is especially interested in corporate and commercial law and has been acting for international and local clients in complicated corporate and commercial transactions. 

Jess Hui

Jess has a UK and Australian law background with practical knowledge in Hong Kong and PRC laws. She lived and worked in Hong Kong before settling down in Sydney.  She is keen to bring quality legal services to global and local clients from Sajen’s Sydney office.

With sound commercial acumen, Jess looks after clients from a broad range of industry sectors including manufacturing, FMCGs, capital market, property development, cybersecurity, pharmaceuticals, supply chain and food and beverages. She also advises clients on M&As and foreign investments on a regular basis.

Jess wants to be part of her clients’ business and be right there for them to provide valuable professional advice.  She focuses on achieving win-win results in a most cost-effective way while allowing business creativity within the legal boundaries.

When she is not buried in paperwork, Jess likes to explore new places, acquire new skills and meet new people.  Her fluency in English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Hokkien has brought her closer to clients from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Apart from corporate and commercial law, Jess also practises in the areas of employment, intellectual property, property, financial services, wills & estate and migration law.


  • Master of Laws (LLM)
  • Master of Science in Professional Accounting and Corporate Governance
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practices
  • Bachelor of Laws (LLB)
  • Bachelor of Arts
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POSTS by Jess Hui

Expanding in a Volatile Market – Private Mergers & Acquisitions in Australia

Despite volatile global market conditions, growing inflation concerns, ongoing labour shortages and supply chain disruptions, Australia’s economy has remained resilient. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the Australian economy grew 0.8% during the March quarter of 2022 and 3.3% over the past year. The Reserve Bank of Australia forecasted, in its Statement on Monetary continue reading

Employers on Alert

New workplace legislation, proposed by the Australian Government, is about Secure Jobs and Better Pay. With the introduction of the Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Bill 2022 (Bill) on 27 October 2022, the Federal Government of Australia is pushing ahead with the most ambitious changes to the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) continue reading

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