Yen Wei Wong
Yen completed her Bachelor of Laws at the Australian National University in 2014 and was admitted as a lawyer in Canberra in 2015. Yen has experience working in a wide range of practice areas, including corporate and commercial, litigation, property and migration law.
Between 2015 and 2017, Yen lived in Kuala Lumpur, where she worked and completed the Malaysian Bar examinations to qualify as a lawyer in Malaysia. In 2016, Yen worked at Malik Imtiaz Sarwar Advocates and Solicitors where she assisted with research on human rights, civil and constitutional law matters.
Since 2018, Yen has worked on a variety of matters, including protection and family visa applications, temporary skilled sponsorship visas and matters ranging from primary applications at the Department of Home Affairs to merits review matters at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. Yen has also volunteered as a lawyer at the Refugee Legal Centre and gained experience assisting with client interviews and IAA submissions for protection visa applicants.
In June 2019, Yen joined the team at Clothier Anderson Immigration Lawyers.
As a migrant herself, Yen has a deep compassion and understanding of the needs and challenges of those seeking migration opportunities in Australia.