Singapore Experience – Part 1
In this series, to celebrate 40 years at the bar, I talk to a range of friends about experiences, practices and cases in the law. I share advocacy techniques and stories. I talk about the areas of law in which the cases have been decided and about where my cases fit in. It is intended to be informative but fun.
Welcome to episode two of my 40 Years at the Bar podcast. In this episode, I reflect on my practice and work in Singapore, where I had my first case in 2000.
I join Thio Shen Yi SC, one of Singapore’s leading advocates. Shen Yi is the founding partner of TSMP Law Corporation and was President of the Singapore Law Society from 2015-2016. As a distinguished practitioner with a worldwide reputation, Shen Yi is a leading individual in Dispute Resolution. He acts primarily as counsel and occasionally as arbitrator.
In this episode, we discuss what arbitration was like in Singapore in the early 2000s, and where we are now.
To listen to the full series, you’ll find them on your usual players, such as spotify or itunes, or you can find them all on this website via this link.