01| Lim Wei Jiet
Lim Wei Jiet is an Associate at Messrs Sreenevasan. His focus is on commercial, intellectual property & public law disputes. He was appointed by the Attorney General in 2019 as ad-hoc counsel for the Government in the nation's first Constitutional Tribunal instituted to advise the King on the removal of Election Commission members for misconduct. Wei Jiet is currently shortlisted as a finalist in the Asian Legal Business (ALB) Malaysia Awards 2021 for Young Lawyer of the Year.
02| Daye Gang
Daye practices criminal, administrative and commercial law at the Victorian Bar in Australia. She is researching a PhD on restorative justice for sexual and family violence, consults with the Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights on human rights violations in North Korea that amount to international crimes and translates North Korean laws into English at www.lawandnorthkorea.com. Daye hopes to remain involved in efforts towards reunification, peace, and accountability on the Korean peninsula. Daye is the first Korean and first Australian lawyer to win the International Bar Association Outstanding Young Lawyer Award in 2020. She was also named in the Lawyers’ Weekly 30 Under 30 Awards – Barrister Category (2020).
03| Avinash Pradhan
Avinash’s areas of practise are international commercial arbitration and commercial litigation. He regularly appears in Singapore Courts. He is experienced in the management of large-scale litigation and arbitration, including international disputes. He was named one of Singapore’s most influential lawyers under the age of 40 by the Singapore Business Review in 2016. Avinash is also recognised in the Who’s Who Legal and the Legal 500.
04| Jacqueline Azis
Jacqueline Azis is a civil rights attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida. She litigates in Federal and Florida courts, focusing primarily on criminal justice issues, freedom of speech, and homelessness advocacy.
In 2016, the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers presented Jacqueline with the James T. Miller Scholar Award for her work as a criminal defense attorney representing hundreds of individuals facing criminal charges.
05| Daniel Albert
Daniel J. Albert is a founding partner of 'Daniel & Wong Advocates & Solicitors'. He is head of the firm's dispute resolution team. Daniel was a finalist in the Young Lawyer of the Year category for the 2017 Asian Legal Business Malaysian Law Awards. He routinely appears before trial and appellate courts in a wide range of matters including director and shareholder disputes, civil, contractual and professional negligence claims.
06| Audrey Cherryl Mogan
Audrey Cherryl Mogan is a Sri Lankan born, Canadian, British criminal defence barrister at Garden Court Chambers with a particular expertise defending victims of trafficking, protestors, and vulnerable defendants, including those with mental health issues and drug addiction. Audrey regularly appears before the Crown Court, Youth and Magistrates’ courts, and has appeared in the Court of Appeal and High Court representing clients in relation to a wide range of offences. Audrey won Legal Aid Newcomer of the Year at the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year Awards 2021.