Jasmine Wong graduated with a Second Class Honours (Division I) in Bachelor of Laws from Aberystwyth University, Wales in 2015 and completed her Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) in 2016. She gained her legal experience as a paralegal for a year before commencing her pupillage in MahWengKwai & Associates under the guidance of its Managing Partner, Raymond Mah. 

Jasmine was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in October 2017. Upon admission to the Malaysian Bar, she began her practice in MahWengKwai & Associates as an Associate in 2017. 

Jasmine continues her practice with MahWengKwai & Associates in the areas of general litigation particularly in medical negligence, citizenship, adoption, labour law, defamation and debt recovery.

Career to date

2017    Associate, MahWengKwai & Associates

2017    Called to the Malaysian Bar

2016    Pupil-in-Chambers, MahWengKwai & Associates

2015    Paralegal, MahWengKwai & Associates

2014    Attachment Student, MahWengKwai & Associates


  • Member, Medico-Legal Society of Malaysia
  • Member, Association of Women Lawyers

Educational achievements

2016    Certificate in Legal Practice

2015    Bachelor of Laws (Second Class Honours, Division 1)

Particular litigation experience


  • Advised and represented clients to judicially review the National Registration Department’s decision to refuse citizenship to an adopted child [High Court, Court of Appeal, Federal Court]
  • Advised and represented clients in an application for reference of constitutional questions to the Federal Court on declaration of citizenship [High Court, Federal Court] 
  • Advised and represented individuals in seeking a declaration of citizenship by operation of law pursuant to the Federal Constitution [High Court, Court of Appeal, Federal Court]
  • Advised and represented clients in seeking for declarations of legitimacy of a child pursuant to the Legitimacy Act 1961 [High Court]


  • Advised and assisted abandoned children in obtaining their birth certificates from the National Registration Department by way of the late registration of birth process under the Births and Deaths Registration Act 1957 
  • Represented and assisted parents in the adoption of children who are born to either Malaysian parents or non-Malaysian parents [Sessions Court, High Court]
  • Advised the British Home Office on the legal effect of the Registration of Adoptions Act 1952 
  • Advised the United Kingdom Visa and Immigration Department on the Malaysian adoption and citizenship process and the effect of statelessness in Malaysia 
  • Advised the New Zealand Immigration on the legal effect of Adoption Act 1952

Medical negligence

  • Advised and represented as junior counsel for an infant in a medical negligence claim relating to hernia and small bowel injuries [Sessions Court]
  • Advised and represented as junior counsel for a medical negligence claim relating to bile duct injuries [Sessions Court]


  • Assisted and acted as junior counsel for three employees who were unfairly dismissed by the company [Industrial Court]
  • Assisted and acted as junior counsel for a subsidiary company of a telecommunications corporation in China to defend against a claim brought by a former employee who was terminated due to breach of fiduciary duties and misconduct [Industrial Court]

Civil litigation

  • Advised and represented a society in defending a defamation claim involving an article published in a renowned local newspaper [Sessions Court, High Court]
  • Advised and represented a medical institution in relation to debt recovery [Magistrates’ Court, Sessions Court, High Court, Court of Appeal]
  • Advised and represented a company against a GLC in Construction Industry Payment and Adjudication Act (CIPAA) proceedings 
  • Advised and acted as junior counsel in a petition for judicial separation [High Court]

General advisory

  • Advised on the application of the Building and Common Property (Maintenance and Management Act) 2007 
  • Advised on a possible dependency claim that may be brought under the Civil Law Act 1956 by the dependants of a Malaysian who was killed in an industrial accident in China


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