Priscilla is a Counsel of the firm. She is regularly involved in contentious front-line civil and commercial disputes and criminal defence. Priscilla has significant experience in handling commercial disputes, corporate malfeasance, shareholder disputes, and white-collar crime involving fraud and corruption. She regularly advises and represents multi-national corporations and high net-worth individuals in complex disputes involving local and multi-jurisdictional elements.
Prior to joining Providence Law Asia, Priscilla practised at a well-known disputes boutique firm in Singapore and was part of a team involved in landmark cases in criminal defence, civil litigation, employment disputes, and public interest litigation including a constitutional challenge of S 377A of the Penal Code.
Priscilla graduated from the Singapore Management University School of Law. While in university, Priscilla was involved in setting up the School of Law’s Criminal Law Club. During this time, she also won the Singapore Law Gazette’s Best Feature Award in 2013 for an article she co-authored titled “The Death Penalty and the Desirability of Judicial Discretion”.
Outside of legal practice, Priscilla invests her time in non-profit and public interest work. She is a long-time volunteer with the Association of Women for Action & Research (AWARE), a gender equality non-profit organisation. She also regularly advises international and local non-profit organisations.
Priscilla is fluent in English and Mandarin.
Priscilla has been appointed as an Assisting Counsel, for the Legal Assistance Scheme for Capital Offences. She also holds the following memberships:
Priscilla has also published several articles, including the following: