Ranked 2nd and 10th in the Asia Law Portal’s 2022 women legal innovators in Asia and 2023 APAC legal innovators respectively, Jennifer is an associate at a leading international law firm where she advises clients on a wide range of Fintech/tech/data-related regulatory matters and contractual agreements pertaining to their business activities such as M&As, business reorganisation and carve-outs, data commercialisation, outsourcing, privacy and cybersecurity etc.
A former litigator, Jennifer has experience working on technology-related disputes, including patent infringements and revocations, an arbitration relating to alleged misrepresentations by a blockchain insurance platform in it’s white paper, and acting for a cybersecurity firm in Singapore’s first commercial dispute on whether Covid-19 government measures had frustrated a contract.
Jennifer is an active advocate for legal tech innovation. She co-founded LawTech.Asia and sits on the steering committee of ALITA. She is also a visiting researcher at the NUS Centre for Technology and the Law as well as a visiting faculty at the Legal Innovation & Technology Institute. She is regularly invited to speak on issues relating to tech, justice, legal innovation, AI, Web 3 and NFTs.