Wee Jian Ang
Wee Jian is a disputes specialist, focusing on multi-jurisdictional construction and infrastructure-related arbitration and litigation.
Wee Jian's matters are confidential, complex and high value in nature. They have arisen out of major infrastructure projects such as overground railways, metros, water desalination plants, roads, gas turbines, power and processing plants, high rise office buildings, hospitality projects, residential complexes, and mixed use developments.
Wee Jian is an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. He has acted in arbitration-related Court proceedings, including urgent applications seeking and resisting injunctive relief, Mareva applications, and calls on performance bonds and guarantees.
Wee Jian is one of the youngest amongst the inaugural select batch of Singapore-qualified lawyers recognised in 2018 as an Accredited Specialist in Building and Construction Law. He is a member of the Singapore Institute of Arbitration, and sits on the Singapore Academy of Law Construction Law Protocol Working Group.
A recipient of the Singapore Academy of Law Overseas Attachment Scholarship, Wee Jian has worked with Queen's Counsel in Fountain Court Chambers in London.
Back in school, Wee Jian represented Singapore and his university in local and international competitions, and was a recipient of various mooting, debating and negotiation awards. He currently serves as a tutor / facilitator for the Singapore Bar Exams.
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