This online Member Meeting will be an opportunity to hear from, and put questions to, a leading judge in Singapore, an increasingly important hub for dispute resolution. His talk will include references to the new Rules of Court in the Singapore High Court and the Singapore International Commercial Court.
Justice Quentin Loh sits on TAE’s Judicial Committee and was heavily involved in last year’s Meeting of Experts Guidance.
Justice Quentin Loh
Justice Quentin Loh was appointed a Judicial Commissioner in August 2009 and a High Court Judge in June 2010. In January 2017, he was appointed Judge in charge of the Singapore International Court (SICC), a division of the High Court of Singapore established in January 2015 to hear international commercial cases. He was appointed President of the SICC in December 2020 and a Judge of the Appellate Division in January 2021. He specializes in construction, insurance, corporate, commercial litigation and arbitration (domestic and international) and he also hears public law matters.
In August he was appointed as a Judge of the Supreme Court of Fiji on a part-time basis for three years to hear cases in an appellate capacity.
Before joining the Supreme Court, he was managing partner of Cooma, Lau & Loh, a firm he co-founded in 1978. He was appointed Senior Counsel in 1999. In 2001, he jointed Rajah & Tann as a senior partner and member of its Executive Committee before becoming its Deputy Managing Partners in 2003. He is a member of the Judicial Committee of the Academy of Experts (2020 to date), he is the Patron of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Singapore Branch) and an Honorary Member of Middle Temple.