Jean Goh

Associate, Clifford Chance Asia*

Associate, Clifford Chance Asia*
Jean Goh

* Clifford Chance Asia is a Formal Law Alliance in Singapore between Clifford Chance Pte Ltd and Cavenagh Law LLP

Jean Goh is an associate in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice of Cavenagh Law LLP.

Jean has experience in contentious work and dispute resolution with an emphasis on domestic litigation and international arbitration.

Jean is also well-versed in criminal prosecution and investigation work from her time as State Counsel and Prosecutor in the Attorney-General’s Chambers of Singapore.

She graduated from the University of Oxford with First Class Honours and formerly served as a Justices’ Law Clerk in the Supreme Court of Singapore.

  • Acting for a major pension fund in relation to an investment in Asia in excess of US$480 million.
  • Acting on behalf of Singapore authorities in relation to a wide-ranging judicial review challenge against policies, legislation and advisories enacted in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To date, this is the largest COVID-19 challenge brought in Singapore. **
  • Acting on behalf of Russian authorities in relation to the enforcement of a Russian confiscation order over assets of up to ₽11 billion under the Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Act 2000. **
  • Acting on behalf of German authorities in relation to the restraint of assets of up to €200 million linked to the Wirecard financial scandal under the Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Act 2000. **

**prior to joining Cavenagh Law LLP

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Career and qualifications

  • University of Oxford (B.A.) 2018
  • Attorney-General's Chambers (Crime Division) 2019
  • Justices' Law Clerk 2020
  • Attorney-General's Chambers (Advocacy Group) 2022
  • Admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor in Singapore 2022
  • Joined Cavenagh Law LLP 2024

Awards and citations

  • Best Candidate in Civil Litigation Practice for Part B of the Singapore Bar Examinations.
  • First Class Honours from the University of Oxford