Kee Tong Kiak

Kee Tong Kiak

LL.B (Hons) University of Malaya

Mr Kee graduated from the University of Malaya in 1992 where he attained a Second Class (Upper).


He read in the chambers of Mr. Chin Tee Fut of Messrs. Chin & Rakan-Rakan and upon completion of his pupillage he was called to the Bar on 5th March 1993 and joined as a legal assistant in Messrs. Chin & Rakan-Rakan, doing litigation work acting mostly for defendants.


He joined the firm on 26th September 1994 and was the managing partner of the firm from 1st August 2008 until 31st January 2012. He is in the Litigation Practice Group and his area of work pertains to civil and commercial litigation, insolvency and receiverships and industrial relations law. He handles a wide variety of appellate cases at the Court of Appeal and conducts many trials mostly at the High Court level.


He is also involved in corporate restructure and flotation of companies on stock exchanges and was involved in the listing of Guan Chong Bhd and Homeritz Corporation Bhd on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia and JB Foods Ltd on the Main Board of Singapore Stock Exchange.

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He was a committee member of the Malacca Bar Committee and chairman of the professional practice and development sub-committee in 2006 and 2007. He has written articles which had been published in Relex, the Malacca Bar’s newsletter.

He has been involved in in-house as well as external training programmes and was invited to speak at seminars, workshops and talks on the following topics:-

  • Workshop on legal and practical aspects of debt recovery;
  • Workshop on the law relating to sale of goods;
  • Talk on legal profession for students;
  • Conference on “Managing Successful Businesses – High Growth, Low Risk” jointly organised by the Malacca International Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Invest Melaka, Horwath, HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd and the firm in 2005;
  • Judge for mooting workshop organized by the Law Society, Multimedia University in 2006.

His proficiency in English, Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin and several other Chinese dialects holds him in good stead in his discharge of his duties.