Vuong is an associate in the Singapore office. He has experience advising corporations in commercial arbitrations and other dispute resolution fora in a variety of sectors, including construction, engineering, and infrastructure.

Vuong’s recent experience includes:

  • Representing a contractor in a dispute concerning the construction of aviation refuelling facilities for an international airport
  • Representing a sub-sub-contractor in respect of various legal issues arising out of the construction of a wafer facility
  • Advising a sub-contractor in respect of various legal issues arising out of the construction of a FPSO vessel
  • Representing the investor in a jurisdictional appeal arising out of a PCA arbitration against a sovereign state

Vuong served as a Justices’ Law Clerk at the Supreme Court of Singapore from 2020 to 2022.

Vuong obtained his LLB from Singapore Management University, where he graduated first in his class. He also obtained an LLM from Harvard Law School, where he was awarded Dean’s Scholar prizes for International Human Rights Law and International Law of the Sea, as well as the Salzburg-Cutler Fellowship in International Law.

Vuong publishes regularly on a wide range of topics, including arbitration, in the Hong Kong Law Journal, Asian International Arbitration Journal, and Harvard Human Rights Journal. He continues to lecture at his alma mater, Singapore Management University.