The Firm was established on 1st January 1984. Its founder is Mr. Cham Ngit Shin @ Ronny Cham, who holds a BA (Hons) Law degree (London), Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln’s Inn) and was called as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak in Sabah on 23rd February 1982.
As from 28th February 2015, the Firm is a partnership between Mr Ronny Cham and Mr Samuel Cham Chi Chung, who holds a LL.B (Murdoch), GDLP/Lawyer (Supreme Court W. Australia) and was called as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak in Sabah on 17th February 2014.
The Firm is currently supported by three other junior partners (non-equity) providing and maintaining the overall professional practice of the Firm.
The Firm is committed to promote and defend the Rule of Law and the cause of justice; to offer professional legal services without any discrimination in accordance with the finest ethics of the Sabah Law Society; to encourage and promote legal knowledge and education in the practice of law; to assist in the protection, promotion and uplifting of the integrity of the legal profession in the State of Sabah, Malaysia.
Ronny is a Barrister of Lincoln’s Inn, London, England, called to the Sabah Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak on 23.2.1982 and founded the Firm in January 1984.
A skilled, experienced and persuasive legal counsel with practice area spanning civil and criminal litigations, labour and industrial disputes, arbitration and dispute resolution (an Accredited Principal Mediator) and major areas of conveyancing practice, including development/joint venture, project financing, bridging and end-financing, and privatisation documentation. Passionately representing client’s interests, working diligently to analyse case merits, minimise risk and propel positive resolutions to complex legal matters, problem solving and secure favourable solutions for clients.
Samuel, a lawyer in the Supreme Court of Western Australia was called to the Sabah Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak on 17.02.2014.
Skilled in conveyancing practice and diligent in critical analysis of risk and opportunities in commercial business documentation, assets acquisition and disposal, assisting clients in negotiation and settlement ensuring secured and favourable contractual transactions.
Ian was called to the Malayan Bar on 09.02.2018 and to the Sabah Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak on 01.11.2018.
Skilful litigator backed by dual-bar licensure (West Malaysia, Sabah) in civil and criminal litigation, and practice area spanning personal injury, commercial disputes, litigation involving land law, defamation, industrial and labour dispute, and general conveyancing practices. Diligent in representing client’s interest, analysing, and evaluating complex legal matters, aiming at achieving favourable outcome and advantageous settlements for the best interest of clients.
Chloe, a lawyer in the Supreme Court of Western Australia was called to the Sabah Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak on 18.02.2020.
Skilful legal counsel with practice area spanning Administration and Probate proceedings, wills, matrimonial disputes and settlement, general conveyancing and civil litigation practice, uncompromising in representing client’s interest, diligent to analyse risk and advantages to propel positive settlement to legal issues and advantageous solutions for clients.
Artcules, a legal practitioner of the Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia in 2018 was called to the Sabah Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak on 28.08.2020.
Skilful litigator with practice area spanning insolvency law, companies law, commercial disputes, land law, property development and management law. He prioritizes client’s interest whilst working diligently in problem solving and generating advantages solutions for his clients in complex legal matters. He is an Accredited Principal Mediator (Asia Mediation Centre).