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Jamie Wong Group Photo As specialists in civil litigation, we strive to deliver what is expected and beyond.

Law is organic. Often, today’s controversy becomes tomorrow’s new norm.

Our founder is determined to cultivate a whole new generation of legal engineers to perform in this dynamic environment.

We focus on investing in the best intellectual minds, enabling true independence, and delivering innovation at Jamie Wong | Advocates & Solicitors.

In doing so, we have gained recognition among our peers and broader stakeholders despite our relative youth in the legal sphere.

Today, our clientele ranges from private individuals to public listed entities who act locally and internationally.
Our Practice

Corporate     Insurance   Insurance
Our forte lies in dealing with complex shareholder disputes, breach of directors’ duties, general meetings, liquidation, insolvency, restructuring and other corporate governance frameworks.
Our expertise extends to handling a wide spectrum of contractual disputes including sale and supply of goods and services, banking, real estate, distributorship, construction and partnership.
We are well-versed with a wide range of torts relating to conversion, conspiracy, fraud, and deceit, trespass, breach of trust and professional negligence.
We are also experienced in other areas of dispute resolution such as committal proceedings, judicial review, industrial relations, insurance and much more.

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple

Obtaining legal services can often be highly bureaucratic. Jamie Wong | Advocates & Solicitors was established to overcome these limitations and to spare its clients the legal hassles while enjoying a full-service law firm at the same time.

Jamie is known for her practice in general litigation with a rich background in corporate and commercial disputes. She has attained an impressive track record over her years of active practice. Jamie fights tirelessly for the rights of her clients. Her unique blend of confidence, passion, and fearlessness has earned her their trust.

The role of a lawyer should not be confined to applying the law but to facilitate its evolution. Jamie strives to implement out-of- the-box thinking in solving her clients’ problems. Such an approach is key to solving difficult and complex matters, which form a bulk of Jamie’s ever-growing portfolio.

Jamie holds a Bachelor of Law (Hons) degree from Oxford Brookes University, Oxford. Having completed the Bar exams at one of the top ranked law schools in the UK, BPP Law School, London, she was then called to the English Bar by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple in 2007. Jamie was called to the Malaysian Bar in 2009 after completing her pupillage in the chambers of Ranjit Singh. Prior to commencing her pupillage, Jamie worked at an international law firm, Simmons & Simmons, Hong Kong and Malaysia’s prominent legal establishment, Zaid Ibrahim & Co.

As a committed philanthropist, there are many causes which Jamie advocates for, with access to education being her primary focus. She hopes to set up a foundation aimed at providing evolutionary learning platforms to the underprivileged.

Jamie actively contributes to the development of the profession and has given talks on the topic of Fundamentals of Legal Practice for the Malaysian Bar, Winning Ways through Civil Litigation for the Sabah Law Association and Client Management for the Kuala Lumpur Bar, to name a few.

  JW Founder- Jamie Wong

JW Associate

JW Associate
LLB (Hons) (Northumbria), C.L.P.

Yee Chien believes that an excellent lawyer is competent, firm and patient. In order to attain distinction and mastery in the legal field, she zealously strives for personal and professional growth. On a professional level, her primary focus lies with understanding clients’ root problems and becoming their one stop solution provider in the most efficient and pragmatic manner. Real victory is achieved when the needs and interests of her clients are met.

Yee Chien holds a Bachelors of Law (Hons) degree from Northumbria University, United Kingdom. She was called to the Malaysian Bar in 2014 after completing her pupillage at Messrs. Shearn Delamore, where she received considerable exposures in the corporate, construction, banking litigation, as well as corporate advisory and reverse take-over exercise. Upon being called to the Malaysian Bar in 2014, she took a leap to a reputable boutique firm specializing in corporate, commercial and construction disputes where she built her analytical and strategy thinking skills as litigator. In the span of 3 years, she frequently assisted senior counsel in court litigation, domestic and international arbitration, as well as CIPAA adjudication matters.

Unperturbed by the boundless obstacles faced throughout her professional career, Yee Chien gains personal satisfaction from solving the most challenging of tasks. She trusts that her resilience and passion for the law will help her endure the perpetual marathon of legal practice.


JW Associate
LLB (Hons)(Hull), C.L.P.

Thanks to his exuberant personality, Shugan creates positive vibes around him, and lives by notions of passion, persistence and patience. His ability to lead and generosity in sharing his experience and knowledge appeals to most around him.

He developed an interest in law whilst being actively involved in the works of Amnesty International, an NGO bearing focus on Human Rights. He recognized the importance to protect civil liberties and honed skills on raising awareness and educating. The goal was to ensure the community’s access to legal services regardless of ethnic, financial and social status.

Shugan holds a Bachelor of Law (Hons) degree from the University of Hull, United Kingdom and therefore obtained the Certificate of Legal Practice. Having pursued his pupillage in the chambers of James Patrick Monteiro, Shugan was called to the Malaysian Bar in 2016. During his first year of practice at Messrs Azim Tunku Farik & Wong, Shugan was exposed to general litigation where he received extensive training in the fields of tort, insurance and medical negligence.

Today, Shugan continues to strive in the legal profession. He aims to impart his knowledge to young members of the Malaysian Bar through his office at the Kuala Lumpur Bar Young Lawyers Committee. He believes that staying humble and being open to constructive criticism are the key to growth and success.


JW Associate

JW Associate

JW Associate
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple

Every human being goes through stressing times and is often faced with problems leaving them feeling helpless. Kelvesh has great passion for being an advocate and a professional problem solver for those in need. He knows that no one single approach is right for every situation and is ardent about constantly learning and training himself to adequately and appropriately deal with any given situation. With self-enrichment in mind and a thirst for knowledge, he is eager to progress, to grow and to succeed.

Kelvesh is a Bachelor of Law (Hons) graduate from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom and was admitted to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple following completion of the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) at BPP University. He completed his pupillage at Albar & Partners and was called to the Malaysian Bar in 2017. During his pupillage, he was exposed to a wide range of corporate and banking transactions, as well as general litigation matters.

Filled with quick wit and sarcasm, Kelvesh enjoys lifting up the mood of people around him, especially during testing times. During his free time, he can be found at the futsal pitch or the gym taking care of his personal wellness. He is an active member of the Young Lawyers Committee, as he enjoys rubbing shoulders with fellow enthusiastic young lawyers who are also lifelong learners of the profession.

Kelvesh believes with passion and determination, nothing is impossible.

JW Associate
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple

Life is as much as about creating yourself as it is about finding yourself. With a relentless pursuit in learning and an indomitable will to succeed, Sabrina possesses the very qualities that make a litigator. Her meticulous attention to detail, razor sharp wits and unbridled creativity allows her to bring out the best in her work. Sabrina believes that constant evolution is key to professional development and breakthroughs. Never one to back down from challenges, Sabrina strives for excellence and can always be seen honing her skills by actively participating in advocacy competitions and internships at various law firms in Malaysia and England.

This Ipoh born and bred lass read Law at the University of the West of England (UWE) before progressing to the Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) at the same institution. She was then called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple in 2017. In her zeal to excel in her studies, Sabrina also undertook various leadership responsibilities as the Inn Representative for her university, a Student Ambassador of UWE and the Student Representative of her cohort during LLB and BPTC. She was also no stranger to moot and debate tournaments at the same time.

Beyond Law, this penta-linguist loves reading, singing and travelling. By the age of 24 she has solo travelled to more than 10 countries and will continue her adventure to discover the world. Through Pupillage, Sabrina aims to achieve a robust understanding of the workings of the Law and the Legal Profession. She aspires to build a career in litigation and to excel in her journey in becoming an all-rounded advocate.


JW Paralegal

JW Associate

JW Associate
LLB (Hons)(UOL)

Guo Wen is self-motivated and driven. Having completed his undergraduate studies, he interned at Jamie Wong | Advocates & Solicitors pending his results.

Even though law had not been his first choice, Guo Wen decided to venture into unchartered territory by pursuing a law degree via LLB (Hons) University of London International Programmes, where he soon began to develop a passion for the subject.

Guo Wen aspires to be an effective litigator, one who will contribute to the legal system by setting good examples as a professional. One of the objectives he holds dearly towards his (future) practice is to make an impact on people’s life through law. This, he believes can only be done by ensuring that justice is served where deserved.

Currently, Guo Wen works as the Firm’s paralegal, assisting in various legal matters whilst coping with his studies as a C.L.P. student at Advance Tertiary College. He believes the experience on-site will equip him with the skills necessary to become a fully qualified advocate & solicitor.


why choose us
We are the artistic kind - the kind who love the arts, the dance, the smell of exquisite cuisine… yes that kind. But at work, we are fearless, relentless, and emanate the fragrance of success!



We maintain an open mind in today’s world as far as knowledge goes, but as we grow, we focus on instilling a strong, passionate culture from within.

We pride ourselves on our innovative intellect, sophisticated mindset, and empathy and strive to generate exceptional and satisfactory outcome for our clients. Our client relationships are our primary business.

We work religiously hard! Yet, we do not forgo the smart work that is required in this day and time. We bank on our creative methods, and we never fret the long hours - that’s how we put results on the table. The fruit of a marriage of smart and hard work.

We envision to cultivate an ever-passionate and ever-learning team of dynamic and driven young engineers of the law! Future young attorneys who will contribute to the legal integrity of the nation.

In the long run, we know we will succeed.


Some of the reported/published cases where we had appeared include:

  • Wu Sor Hwa & Ors v Dato' Seri Dr Abdullah Fadzil Che Wan & Ors
    [2018] 1 LNS 123 (High Court)

  • Protasco Bhd v Tey Por Yee and another appeal
    [2018] MLJU 993 ; [2018] 5 CLJ 299 (Court of Appeal)

  • Million Westlink Sdn Bhd & Anor v Maybank Investment Bank Bhd & Ors and others appeals
    [2018] 4 MLJ 392 ; [2018] 3 CLJ 315 (Court of Appeal)

  • Kong Hon Kay v. Ire-Tex Corporation Berhad
    2 LNS 0207 (Industrial Court)

  • Yakin Tenggara Sdn Bhd v RHB Bank Berhad & Ors and other appeals
    [2017] 4 CLJ 738 (Court of Appeal)

  • Dato Chiong Sheng Fa v Wong Hur Shiaw & Anor
    [2017] MLJU 418 (High Court)

  • Thye Seng & Company Sdn Bhd & Ors v Universal Trustee (Malaysia) Berhad & Anor
    [2017] MLJU 834 (Court of Appeal)

  • P Selvaraj a/l SKP Palani v Penaarasy a/p Sivalingam & Anor (Majlis Peguam Malaysia, intervener)
    [2017] MLJU 1032 (High Court)

  • Koh Chong Wooi & Anor v Sime Darby Ara Damansara Development Sdn Bhd
    [2017] MLJU 1857 ; [2017] 1 LNS 1807 (High Court)

  • Pavilion Yields Sdn Bhd v Universal Trustee (M) Bhd & Ors
    [2017] 11 MLJ 92 (High Court)

  • Yakin Tenggara Sdn Bhd v RHB Bank Bhd & Ors and other appeals
    [2017] 2 MLJ 774 (Court of Appeal)

  • Gideon Tan v Tey Por Yee and another appeal
    [2017] 1 MLJ 352 (Court of Appeal)

  • Katherine Choo Siew Yee v. Drx Aesthetics Sdn Bhd
    [2017] 2 LNS 1090 (Industrial Court)

  • RHB Bank Berhad v Gula Perak Berhad (Datuk Lim Sue Beng, applicant)
    [2016] MLJU 668 (High Court)

  • Pavilion Yields Sdn Bhd v Universal Trustee (Malaysia) Berhad & Ors
    [2016] MLJU 1389 (High Court)

  • Peter Ola Blomqvist v Zavarco Plc (previously known as Vasseti (UK) PLC) & Ors and other appeals
    [2016] MLJU 1717 (Court of Appeal)

  • Jasmy Shahdi bin Jasmin Bok (t/a Extreme Power Enterprise) v Petron Malaysia Refining & Marketing Bhd (known as Esso Malaysia Bhd)
    [2016] 10 MLJ 436 (High Court)

  • Salim Investments Pte Ltd v Sutrasegi Sdn Bhd & Ors
    [2016] 10 MLJ 496 (High Court)

  • Protasco Bhd v PT Anglo Slavic Utama & Ors
    [2016] 7 MLJ 523 (High Court)

  • Datuk Bandar Kuala Lumpur v Badan Peguam Malaysia
    [2015] MLJU 44 (Court of Appeal)

  • Kingdom Seekers Ventures Sdn Bhd v Dato’ Sri Chong Ket Pen & Ors [2015] MLJU 390 (High Court)
  • Salim Investments Pte Ltd v Sutrasegi Sdn Bhd
    [2015] MLJU 652 (High Court)
  • Protasco Bhd v PT Anglo Slavic Utama & Ors
    [2015] MLJU 1154 (High Court)
  • Salim Investments Pte Ltd v Sutrasegi Sdn Bhd & Ors
    [2015] MLJU 1284 (High Court)
  • Maybank Investment Bank Berhad & Ors v Million Westlink Sdn Bhd & Anor
    [2015] MLJU 2252 (High Court)
  • Rusd Investment Bank Inc & Ors v Qatar Islamic Bank & Ors
    [2015] MLJU 2352 (High Court)
  • Qatar Islamic Bank v Asian Finance Bank Bhd & Ors
    [2015] 7 MLJ 445 (High Court)
  • Datuk Bandar Kuala Lumpur v Badan Peguam Malaysia
    [2015] 3 MLJ 469 (High Court)
  • Datuk Mohd Ali bin Hj Abdul Majid & Anor (both practising as Messrs Mohd Ali & Co) v Public Bank Berhad
    [2014] MLJU 473 (Federal Court)
  • Qatar Islamic Bank v Asian Finance Bank Berhad & Ors
    [2014] MLJU 780 (High Court)
  • Datuk Mohd Ali bin Hj Abdul Majid & Anor (both practising as Messrs Mohd Ali & Co) v Public Bank Bhd
    [2014] 4 MLJ 465 (Federal Court)
  • Mohandas Gandhi v. Tay May Chean & Ors
    [2014] 1 LNS 149 (High Court)
  • Krishnan Kuppanan v. Kuldeep Singh Hari Singh & Ors
    Ors [2014] 9 CLJ 208 (High Court)
  • Victoria Jayaseele Martin v Majlis Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan & Anor
    [2013] 6 MLJ 646 (Court of Appeal)
  • Public Bank Bhd v Datuk Mohd Ali bin Hj Abdul Majid & Anor
    [2013] 2 MLJ 759 (Court of Appeal)
  • Malaysia Plastics Sdn Bhd v United Overseas Bank (M) Bhd and another suit
    [2012] 9 MLJ 336 (High Court)
  • Sunrise West Sdn Bhd & Ors v Pravin Mahtaney Ramchand & Anor
    [2012] 1 MLJ 414 (High Court)

  • Victoria Jayaseele Martin v Majlis Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan & Anor
    [2011] 9 MLJ 194 (High Court)

  • Puncak Permata Sdn Bhd (under creditors' voluntary liquidation) v Tham Weng Hong & Anor
    [2011] 5 MLJ 78 (Court of Appeal)

  • Feller Resources Sdn Bhd v Contramec Sdn Bhd
    [2010] MLJU 106 (High Court)

We can be reached at:

D2-3A-8 Solaris Dutamas No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1
Hartamas Heights 50480 Kuala Lumpur.

Office Hour: 09:00hr - 18:00hr

GPS Coordinates: 3.1715, 101.6658

T. +603 6419 0918F. +603 6419 0928
E. ask@jamiewong.com.my


If you share our vision, have the grit and skills to flourish, please write in.

2019 Opening -

  • Associate
  • Paralegal / Intern
  • Litigation / Administrative staff