Ai Lin, an associate in our Singapore office, has experience in international commercial arbitrations conducted both ad hoc and under various institutional rules in the oil & gas, construction, public infrastructure, and web3 industries.

Her recent experience includes:

  • Representing a consortium of multinational contractors in an SIAC arbitration concerning the expansion of an oil refinery in Thailand
  • Representing a Singaporean energy major in a commercial arbitration concerning the development of a power plant in Myanmar
  • Representing an exhibition production company in a HKIAC arbitration against a South Korean integrated resort owner
  • Representing a Japanese technology giant in an ICC arbitration arising out of a distribution agreement for the sale of lighting systems in India
  • Representing an Indian Fintech company in a shareholders’ dispute on the purchase of a business that provides India’s leading app and content discovery platform
  • Advising and representing government-linked entities in various construction disputes on public infrastructure projects including rail and residential projects

Ai Lin acted as Young Independent Counsel (amicus curiae) before the Singapore courts in the cases of Vijay Kumar v Public Prosecutor [2023] SGHC 109 and Lee Shin Nan v Public Prosecutor [2023] SGHC 354, where she assisted with the formulation of a sentencing framework for offences under the Payment Services Act and Penal Code.

She graduated with First Class Honours from the University of Bristol.