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Adept at both criminal and civil work, Justin has been involved in a wide array of cases involving criminal and civil litigation, and takes a practical and detailed approach to resolving disputes.
In the area of criminal law, Justin played key roles in cases under the Penal Code and offences punishable under other statutes. He has represented numerous clients in the State Courts, including the accused person involved in the Little India Riots of 2013.
Justin has also appeared before the High Court for trial and appellate matters.
Actively involved in civil and construction litigation, Justin is familiar with navigating and dealing with the unique dispute resolution mechanism pertaining to the construction industry. He is particularly adept at adjudication under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act ( the “SOP Act”).
Justin has acted for sub-contractors on several occasions, and applied for adjudication under the SOP Act on their behalf. In doing so, he was successful in recovering substantial proportions of his client’s claims. Cumulatively, some of these exceeded seven figure sums. Justin has also given talks on adjudication under the SOP Act.
Passionate about helping the community in line with Trident Law’s pro bono culture, Justin is an active member of the Law Society’s Criminal Legal Aid Scheme. He has acted for applicants on a pro bono basis on several occasions.
Justin graduated from Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London in 2011 with a Second Class Honours (Upper), and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2013.
Tested & Trusted
Compassionate, Conscientious, Combative
Dogged & Diligent
Competent & Passionate