Professional Team

Mrs. Nguyen Thi Ha
Mrs Thi Ha

Mrs. Nguyen Thi Ha
Partner – Judge


Mrs Nguyen Thi Ha was a former Judge. She was appointed as the Judge of Thanh Tri District People’s Court (1996 – 2005), Judge of Hanoi City People’s Court (2005 – 2011). In November 2011, she was appointed as Deputy Chief Justice of Labor Court, under Hanoi People’s Court where she worked until retired.

With more than 20 years of vast experience in performing trials as a Judge, Mrs Ha has mastered full understanding of application practice of Vietnamese legal system in litigation process which strongly facilitating her to provide clients with objective and effective legal advice in accordance with reality of law practice. Mrs Nguyen Thi Ha is now in charge of providing consultancy services for clients of ATS Law Firm related to labor, civil matters, commercial transactions, legal compliance and dispute resolution at all levels of courts and arbitration.

  • Bachelor of Laws – Hanoi Law University (1988)
  • Bachelor of Administration – National School of Administration
  • Advanced political theory (2011)
  • Part-time lecturer – Judicial Academy (training lawyer skills in labor, civil and commercial  practice)
  • Commercial and civil transactions.
  • Settle commercial, civil and economic disputes at courts.
  • Labor matters – Settle labor disputes at courts
  • Human resource management.
  • Enterprise management procedures.
  • Legal compliance.
  • Represent clients at courts and arbitration.
  • Having vast experience as Judge, Mrs Ha had successfully settled several hundred tough dispute cases that took many years for settlement, related to disputes arising from commercial contracts/ transactions of Vietnamese enterprises and foreign-invested companies; labor disputes between employee and employer including Vietnamese enterprise/groups and foreign invested organizations; civil disputes related to land use rights, marriage & family matters, complicated inheritance cases involving many assets, high-value real estate, stocks …