Donny Wong has been in practice since 4th August 2000 and he became a registered trademark agent from 16th February 2009 onwards. On 1st December 2011, he was appointed as a Commissioner for Oaths.
He attended his pupilage with Messrs Albar Zulkifly & Yap (now known as Albar & Partners and Zul Rafique & Partners). He did various conveyancing and banking matters, ranging from retail loans to more complicated banking such as debt restructuring and private debt securities. He also did corporate finance and corporate banking including SME loans and Islamic facilities such as Al-Bai Bithaman Ajil and Al Murabahah facilities. On top of that, he handled conveyancing matters and developer’s project work.
Thereafter he joined the Corporate and Conveyancing department of Messrs Cheah Teh & Su where he did conveyancing works, commercial agreements, submissions to the Securities Commission for initial public offerings and bonus issuance, real property matters and banking matters.
Donny Wong holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Bachelor of Law degree, both from Monash University, Australia and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor to the Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia in 1999.
Justin Lee has a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Wales Cardiff, University Malaya and the National University of Singapore. He was admitted to the Malaysian Bar on 8th October 1999 as well as the Singapore Bar on 10th February 2010. He chambered with Messrs Chooi & Co and later joined Messrs Albar & Partners in the Litigation Department. In his first two years, he practised as a litigation lawyer primarily enforcing banking security and was also involved in general litigation. Thereafter, he joined Messrs Deol & Gill in October 2005, acquiring experience in matters of mergers and acquisitions and attended to conveyancing matters.
Ng Yi Wen
Yi Wen obtained a Bachelor of Law degree with 1st Class Honours from University of Hertfordshire in 2010. She was awarded the University Prize by University of Hertfordshire in 2011 in recognition of her exceptional academic performance.
She then completed the Certificate in Legal Practice in 2011 and on 22nd October 2012, she was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya.
Thereafter, she commenced her pupillage at Messrs Skrine in the Dispute Resolution Division and was retained as a litigation lawyer in the General Litigation practice group. Whilst at Skrine, she was primarily engaged in general litigation work including banking litigation, corporate and commercial litigation, will and probate disputes and civil litigation.
Kathy Wong is in her 3rd year of reading law with the University of London. She has been with our firm since 2007 and is instrumental in growing our firm. She is experienced in all conveyancing and banking matters.