Joshua LING is a Senior Associate of the Firm. He is a dual-qualified advocate and solicitor admitted in the Supreme Court of Singapore and the Supreme Court of Victoria, Australia.  

Joshua completed his training and was called to the Singapore Bar in 2021 during his time with the Firm. He advises both private and corporate clients across a variety of complex civil litigation, appeals, and international arbitration matters. Such matters include aviation, insurance, employment, insolvency, oil and gas, company law and property disputes.  

Joshua has appeared and argued applications in both the State Courts and Supreme Court of Singapore. Notably, Joshua was part of the team helmed by Mr Lok Vi Ming S.C. in CVG v CVH [2022] SGHC 249 which successfully resisted the enforcement of a Pennsylvanian-seated ICDR emergency award in the Singapore High Court on the basis of a breach of natural justice. 

Joshua graduated in 2018 from the prestigious Australian National University with a Bachelor’s Degree in both Law and International Relations. He graduated in the top two percentile of his Bachelor of Laws (Honours) cohort.  

As an undergraduate, Joshua won multiple academic prizes in law. He also represented his university in various interstate and international competitions, including the prestigious Philip C. Jessup Moot and the Intercollegiate Negotiation and International Arbitration Competition held in Tokyo, Japan. In addition to this, he was a senior student editor with the Australian Federal Law Review and the Australian Yearbook of International Law, and has published a comparative essay on the topic of unjust enrichment at the undergraduate level. 

Joshua is an active volunteer lawyer with the community legal clinics conducted by the Singapore Law Society Pro Bono Services. In his free time, he enjoys travelling, cycling, boxing and submission-grappling sports.