Dami is an Associate in the firm’s Dispute Resolution Group.

Dami was admitted as an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2018. During her time in practice, she has acted for both Singaporean and foreign corporations across various sectors including energy, construction and maritime.

Dami has advised clients in arbitration proceedings conducted under different arbitral institutions, including SIAC, ICC, SCMA and LMAA.

In addition to her familiarity with alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, Dami also has experience in advising various Korean corporations in both contentious and non-contentious matters.

She is fluent in English and Korean.

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  • Advising a cable manufacturing company in an arbitration for a claim of approximately €25m arising from a subcontractor’s failure to complete the project and/or its abandonment of the works.
  • Advising an oil & gas trading company in an arbitration for a claim of approximately US$3m over a late delivery of LNG cargoes.
  • Advising a solar cell company in concurrent arbitrations conducted under two arbitral institutions. More than US$5m in aggregate was in dispute over offshore and onshore construction contracts.
  • Advising a client in an arbitration for a claim of approximately US$2m over the purchase and lease of luxury properties in the Maldives.
  • Representing a chemical trading company in an arbitration against a petrochemical supplier. More than US$3m was in dispute over a breach of the sale and purchase contract. An award was obtained in the client’s favour, with approximately US$2m being awarded to the client.

Education

  1. 2017 · Singapore Management University – Bachelor of law (LLB)

memberships and associations

  1. 2018 · Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore
  2. The Law Society of Singapore