Chooi Jing Yen
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Chooi Jing Yen graduated cum laude from the Singapore Management University (SMU) in 2015 and was placed on the final year Dean’s List. He has successfully argued cases as lead counsel in both the State Courts and the High Court in addition to having acted as assisting counsel in the Court of Appeal. His keen eye for detail and ability to juggle competing perspectives gives him a particular strength in civil litigation matters. He also has extensive experience in criminal matters and often accepts assignments to act pro bono from the Criminal Legal Aid Scheme (CLAS) and the Legal Assistance Scheme for Capital Offences (LASCO).

What is the objective of Military Law? (Part 2 of 2)
Military Law,Personal

Reading Time: 8 minutesMilitary Law in Singapore is unique due to its separate legal system and jurisdiction. To most, “Military Justice” (or “Military Law”) is simply a body of law and system of rules which only applies to military personnel. Being a nation known for its mandatory conscription (National Service), many of us have probably heard the military-related […]

Who is subject to military law in Singapore? (Part 1 of 2)
Military Law,Personal

Reading Time: 6 minutesMilitary Law in Singapore is unique due to its separate legal system and jurisdiction. To most, “Military Justice” (or “Military Law”) is simply a body of law and system of rules which only applies to military personnel. Being a nation known for its mandatory conscription (National Service), many of us have probably heard the military-related […]