Jun obtained her LL.B (Hons) from King’s College London in 2013 and was called to the Bar in August 2016. She joined the team at Trident after completing her training contract at WongPartnership LLP.
Although new to practice, Jun has assisted on a diverse range of criminal and civil matters. She looks forward to focusing her energies on criminal defence, and has assisted on cases involving murder, grievous hurt, rioting, outrage of modesty, cheating and drug trafficking. Recently, Jun assisted Thiru and T U Naidu in obtaining a conditional warning against a client charged under the Criminal Law Temporary Provisions Act.
With regards to civil suits and commercial cases, Jun has also worked on matters involving dispute resolution including shareholders disputes, settlement claims, and financial fraud.
A proactive individual, Jun is dedicated to broadening her perspective through pro bono work. During her stint in London, Jun led a Microfinance initiative in Ghana, and was a English-Mandarin translator for asylum-seekers at the Refugee Council UK. Since being called to the Bar, Jun has represented individuals under the CLAS scheme. When time permits, she gets her knees in the soil at Onesimus Garden in Neo Tiew, providing restorative farm therapy for ex-convicts in Singapore.