Aloysius is a Senior Associate in the firm’s dispute resolution group.

Aloysius’ practice focuses on international arbitration. His experience encompasses energy, commodities, corporate/commercial, and construction disputes governed by a wide range of substantive and procedural rules (including ICC, SIAC, HKIAC, DIAC, UNCITRAL and ICSID).

Aloysius also previously worked as a law clerk for one of Asia’s foremost arbitrators and has substantial experience serving as tribunal secretary.

Aloysius graduated with an LL.B. from the National University of Singapore and obtained an LL.M. (International Law) from the University of Cambridge under a British Chevening Scholarship. He is admitted to the Singapore Bar and to the Roll of Solicitors of England and Wales.

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  • Acting for a Middle Eastern state-owned company in an UNCITRAL arbitration in Bangkok against a Southeast Asian entity concerning petroleum operations in South-East Asia with over US$1.8bn at stake.
  • Acting for a Middle Eastern energy company in an ICC arbitration concerning the construction of one of the world’s largest chemical plants with over US$500m at stake.
  • Acting for a Pakistani entity in an ICC arbitration against a Pakistani state-owned entity concerning a construction dispute with over US$30m at stake.
  • Acting for a Singaporean entity in a HKIAC arbitration against a PRC entity concerning a commodities dispute with over S$10m at stake.
  • Acting as Tribunal Secretary for various arbitral tribunals in commercial and investment treaty arbitrations across various institutional rules (ICSID, ICC, SIAC, DIAC, UNCITRAL).


  1. 2022 · University of Cambridge, LL.M. (First Class Honours) (Chevening and Cambridge Trust Scholar)
  2. 2013 · National University of Singapore, LL.B. (Hons) (Overall Dean’s List)

memberships and associations

  1. Law Society of Singapore
  2. Law Society of England & Wales