Janice Cheng, Juliana De Valdenebro Garrido, Zoe Dong

Hogan Lovells Promotes Janice Cheng to Partner and Juliana De Valdenebro Garrido and Zoe Dong to Counsel

13 February, 2024

Hogan Lovells has promoted three ArbitralWomen members, effective 1 January 2024. Janice Cheng has been promoted to partner, and Juliana De Valdenebro Garrido and Zoe Dong have been promoted to counsel.

Having trained at the firm, Janice Cheng joined Hogan Lovells in 2013 after graduating from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Toronto. She qualified in 2015 and became a senior associate in 2020 and was promoted to counsel in 2023. Janice’s practice is focused on construction and engineering disputes. Last year, she took part in a competition launched by the IBA ARB40 subcommittee to find personal stories about international arbitration and was one of two winners in the “how it all started” category. Janice also leads the firm’s Women Impact Network for APAC and speaks English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.

Juliana De Valdenebro Garrido is a dually trained civil-common law lawyer, recognized as a skilled advocate who has handled numerous investment and commercial arbitrations from beginning to end, throughout the United States, Latin America, and beyond. Juliana is currently an ICC Young Arbitration & ADR Forum representative for the North America Chapter and was a founding member of the Harvard International Arbitration Law Students Association. Juliana has been recognized by Who’s Who Legal, Latinvex, Lexology, and American Lawyer Media/The Daily Business Review as a rising star in the international arbitration field.

Zoe Dong’s practice has a particular focus on international commercial arbitration disputes and complex commercial litigation with a nexus to Greater China and she has a sector focus on financial services, technology and life sciences. Zoe is qualified as a solicitor in England & Wales and Hong Kong and holds a qualification certificate as an attorney in the PRC. She studied at Peking University and the University of Hong Kong, where she graduated with distinction and obtaining six scholarships for her outstanding academic performance. She speaks English and Mandarin.