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Offices

Hong Kong

31st Floor, Edinburgh Tower; The Landmark
15 Queen's Road Central
Hong Kong

In 1986, Jones Day established its Hong Kong Office to offer on-the-ground support in Asia for the Firm’s international client base. In 1996, the office became the first branch office of a U.S. law firm to practice Hong Kong law. Today, our team of approximately 40 transactional and litigation lawyers offers one of the most comprehensive arrays of services among U.S. law firms in Hong Kong. Our lawyers received their legal training in a variety of jurisdictions in addition to Hong Kong, including the United States, United Kingdom, Mainland China, Taiwan, and Singapore and, in addition to English, collectively speak Mandarin and various local dialects such as Cantonese, Shanghainese, and Taiwanese, as well as French, German, Spanish, Japanese, and Korean.

Working with the Firm’s five other Asian offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo, the Hong Kong Office provides a comprehensive range of legal services to serve the Firm’s international and local clients. The office has extensive capabilities in mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, dispute resolution, intellectual property, real estate, and energy and routinely handles cross-border transactions involving Hong Kong, U.S., and English law. Jones Day’s One Firm Worldwide approach affords our clients seamless access to the Firm’s substantial legal resources in our fully-integrated network of more than 2,500 lawyers worldwide.

The Hong Kong Office has one of the largest and most active cross-border practices in the region and most of our practices have received high rankings in the Chambers Asia and Asia Pacific Legal 500 guides in recent years. Our lawyers and staff also have contributed generously of their time and talents to help improve the quality of life in the local community. For example, the office provides employment law advice for the Hong Kong Student Aid Society, which offers foster care, residential facilities, and educational support to children and young people, and helped establish Hong Kong’s first Mars exploration team and assisted the team in registering a U.S. patent and seeking financial support from the European Space Agency.

Directions

Directions

From Hong Kong International Airport
38.8 km – about 34 mins
1. Head south on Cheong Tat Road 0.1 km
2. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Cheong Lin Road
Go through a second roundabout 0.5 km
3. At Airport South Interchange, take the 3rd exit onto Airport Road heading to Kowloon/Tung Chung 3.1 km
4. Continue on Lantau Link 16.6 km
5. Continue on N W Tsing Yi Interchange (signs for Kowloon/Hong Kong/Tsing Yi (S)) 0.7 km
6. Continue on Cheung Tsing Highway 1.2 km
7. Continue on Cheung Tsing Tunnel 1.6 km
8. Continue on Tsing Kwai Highway 4.6 km
9. Continue on W Kowloon Highway 6.5 km
10. Take exit 1A towards Central 1.1 km
11. Merge onto Highway 4 1.7 km
12. Take exit 10 toward Queensway/Cotton Tree Drive 0.2 km
13. Turn right at Harcourt Road 0.2 km
14. Turn right at Queensway 0.2 km
15. Continue on Queen's Road Central
Destination will be on the right 0.4 km

Parking

The office is located in The Landmark, one of the biggest shopping malls in Central, Hong Kong’s central business district. The Landmark has its own parking facilities. Additional parking can be found in the adjoining buildings such as Prince’s Building, Alexandra House and Charter House. There are also valet services available daily from noon until midnight at HK$200 for the first 2 hours and then HK$50 per hour thereafter.

Public Transportation

Taxi from the airport to The Landmark (cost: approximately HK$350)
Airport Express to Hong Kong Station (cost: approximately HK$100)
Bus No. A11 to Jardine House (cost: approximately HK$40)

Hotel Options

Landmark Mandarin
Mandarin Oriental
Hotel LKF