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Hwee Cheng Goh

Level 2, Building 4, Faculty of Law, Bond University

Professional biography

Hwee Cheng is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland, New South Wales and of the High Court of Australia.

Currently working as a Senior Trust Account Investigator with the Professional Standards Department of the Queensland Law Society and as an in-house solicitor. Hwee Cheng was a Partner at Macrossans Lawyers in Brisbane. Prior to her joining Macrossans Lawyers, she was the principal of the firm, H C Goh Solicitors in the Gold Coast.

Hwee Cheng practices in the area of commercial (property and business), franchising and immigration law.

Hwee Cheng is well-versed in English, Mandarin and Cantonese. Having being the only student to ever achieved 100% in the Bookkeeping and Trust Accounts examination at Bond University in 1997, she now teaches that subject, along with Legal Ethics and Professional Conduct and Immigration Law.

Professional appointments

  • Solicitor - Supreme Court of Queensland
  • In-House Solicitor -
  • Solicitor - High Court of Australia
  • Solicitor - Supreme Court of New South Wales
  • Partner (previous) - Macrossans Lawyers
  • Trust Account Investigator, Professional Standards Department - Queensland Law Society

Teaching expertise

Commercial (Property and Business) law, Franchising Law and Immigration Law, Legal Ethics and Professional Conduct and Solicitors Trust Accounts.

Subjects

Qualifications

  • Diploma in Legal Practice, Bond University
  • Bachelor of Laws [Honours], Bond University