Loo Liang Zhi
Liang Zhi is admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, and is an Associate with the Firm. He graduated from the University of Liverpool with a Bachelor of Laws Second Class Honours (Upper) in 2016.
Prior to joining the firm, Liang Zhi was working in a leading specialized disputes resolution firm and trained under a renowned Senior Counsel. His areas of practice include contentious and non-contentious work. Liang Zhi regularly appears as counsel in the High Court of Singapore and the Family Courts, and his areas of practice spans a wide range of areas, including matrimonial and family law, medical negligence and general commercial disputes.
Liang Zhi has a firm dedication and conviction to help individuals, and has a keen interest in family law since his university days. His award winning research paper in UK on “Child Labour: Abolish or Regulate” is testament to his commitment to social issues and children’s welfare. He believes strongly in prioritising the welfare of children in divorce proceedings as it is often children that are the biggest victims in a divorce. He does so by putting in extra effort to understand client’s concerns and goes out of his way to help clients who are embroiled in messy divorces in the hope that the child’s needs are protected.
On the non-contentious end, Liang Zhi routinely advises clients on succession and estate planning matters, including the drafting of wills, extraction of grant of probate and letters of administration and executing lasting power of attorney.
Outside of work, Liang Zhi believes in giving back to the community and volunteers through mission trips and local outreaches. He regularly leads worship in his church and has actively serves in the youth and young adults ministries. He also enjoys a good workout at the gym, and reading up on social issues involving child bullying, domestic violence, juvenile delinquency and gender discrimination.
Kimberly is an Associate with the Firm, and is admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. Her areas of practice include contract and commercial disputes, director and shareholder disputes, asset recovery, medical negligence, family law and criminal law.
Kimberly graduated with a Bachelors of Law (Cum Laude) from Singapore Management University (“SMU”) in 2017. Since her university days, Kimberly has had a keen interest in corporate and commercial disputes and criminal law. Her academic rigor and pursuit for excellence led her to top her class in SMU in clinching the Michael Hwang Prize for Top Student in International Commercial Arbitration and the RHT Tan Chong Huat Prize for the Best Student in Corporate Crime.
In pursuit of her areas of interest, Kimberly trained in one of Singapore’s Big Four and top tier dispute resolutions firms, and obtained experience in corporate and criminal matters. Keen to understand the mind of the regulator, Kimberly subsequently joined the Monetary Authority of Singapore as in-house legal counsel for the Authority’s Enforcement Department.
Since joining the Firm, Kimberly has assisted in wide range of matters including a dispute under the Mental Capacity Act, intellectual property, medical negligence, corporate and regulatory, in addition to commercial and civil litigation. Kimberly hopes to hone her advocacy skills as a litigator and one day make arguments before the Court of Appeal in Singapore.
In her spare time, Kimberly enjoys binge-watching medical and legal dramas (while still being mindful to keep one foot in reality). Her favourites are House, Scrubs and Law and Order.
Kimberly also loves to travel and is constantly looking forward to her next adventure overseas. She finds volunteering overseas to serve the international community particularly fulfilling, and has volunteered in schools and orphanages in Laos and Nepal. Together with her church, Kimberly also recently went to Yangon, Myanmar for a mission trip. Through her various volunteering trips, Kimberly gained a greater appreciation of the struggles of humanity, and strives to do her best for her clients.
Jessica is a Trainee with the Firm, and graduated with a Bachelors of Law from the National University of Singapore in 2020. Her main areas of interest are medical negligence and family law, as they are dynamic areas of practice that have a direct impact on the parties involved. She will be qualified to be an advocate and solicitor after she gets called to the bar, which is projected to be in mid-2021.
Wanting to use her legal skills to give back to the community, Jessica became the Project Director of the Students for Migrants Group (S4M) under the NUS Pro Bono Group. Working with beneficiaries like HOME and FAST, she oversaw the content and organisation of several legal workshops for domestic workers in Singapore. S4M’s work was awarded the Gold Award in the 2018 NUS Student Achievement Awards. Jessica hopes to use her legal training to further assist vulnerable groups like migrant workers in the future.
Outside of work, Jessica likes to spend her time in the dance studio. Besides being trained in ballet, she also enjoys hip-hop and street jazz, which she picked up when she joined NUS Dance Blast in university.