Chee Kong Chi


Barrister-at-Law Lincoln’s Inn, London

Dato’ Chee completed his secondary education at Sultan Abdul Hamid College, Alor Setar in 1971.  He finished his Form 6 at Han Chiang High School, Penang in 1973.  He then read law at the Inns of Court School of Law in London, England and was called to the English Bar and admitted to the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn on 27th July 1978.


Upon completion of his pupillage, Dato’ Chee was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya on 26th September 1979.


Dato’ Chee started the firm in January 1981 and his principal area of practice then was project conveyancing.


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His professional experience is best summarised as set out below:-

1979 – 1985 Civil litigation and project conveyancing
1986 – 1989 Banking and commercial law, human resource development
1990 – present a) Investment and tax
b) Corporate finance
d) Mergers and acquisitions
e) Hotel Management

He has intimate knowledge of certain manufacturing, trading, service and private equity and banking industries.  Lawyers as well as clients consult him on legal and management issues.  He edits the firm’s publications which are issued to clients from time to time. Over the last 39 years, he has conducted both legal and non-legal courses for banks, corporate clients and lawyers such as:-


  1. Ten Commandments of Client Service
  2. Is Quality Work The Same As Quality Service?
  3. Common Legal Pitfalls Relating To Lending
  4. Law Relating To Lending and Control
  5. What They Don’t Teach You At Law School
  6. Leadership : Logos Ethos & Pathos
  7. Taxonomy of Learning

Between 1989 and 1993, Dato’ Chee worked closely with the State Government of Melaka, Malaysian Industrial Development Authority and the Melaka State Economic Development Corporation in attracting direct foreign investment to Malaysia and in particular, Melaka.

He was invited to join the Melaka investment delegation to Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, China and Singapore and the team successfully assisted the State Government of Melaka in procuring investments from six (6) Taiwanese, two (2) Hong Kong and two (2) Singapore companies. These foreign direct investments netted a gross investment value of over Ringgit Malaysia 1.5 billion.

In 1993, Dato’ Chee was appointed the Legal Adviser to the Taiwanese Investors’ Association .

On 9th January 2009, Dato’ Chee was appointed a Notary Public by the Attorney-General of Malaysia.

On the 9th April 2014, he was appointed a member of Appeal Board.

In 2015, he was appointed a member of the Board of Visitors’, Mahkota Medical Centre .

On 15th August 2016, Dato’ Chee was conferred the Darjah Setia Pangkuan Negeri by the Governor of Penang.

In 2021, he was appointed Chairman of the Board of Visitors’, Mahkota Medical Centre.