LAU Jia Jun, Jeremiah

Sheridan Fellow

LL.B. (First Class Hons) (NUS), Advocate & Solicitor (Singapore)

  • Member, Centre for Legal Theory
  • Academic Fellow, Centre for Banking & Finance Law
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Office Address

Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building
469G Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259776
Research Interests

Equity & Trusts
Property Rights in Money and Negotiable Instruments
Law of Payment Systems
Legal Theory

Subjects Taught

Equity and Trusts

Brief Biodata

Jeremiah joined the faculty as a Sheridan Fellow in 2017. He graduated from NUS Law with first class honours in 2015, receiving the Montrose Memorial Prize for the best performance in Jurisprudence.

His work has been published or is forthcoming in local and international journals. He is also a contributor to a forthcoming text on the law of trusts published by Oxford University Press.

Jeremiah teaches and researches in the law of equity and trusts. He is also interested in the private law (particularly property rights) applicable to money, negotiable instruments and payment systems.

Prior to joining NUS, he was practicing commercial litigation and arbitration at a leading law firm.

Representative Publications

1. Jeremiah Lau, "Legal and Beneficial Entitlement to Joint Bank Accounts with Volunteers" (2018) 33(3) Banking and Finance Law Review 345-363

2. Jeremiah Lau, "A Standalone Action for Singapore's Competition Law Regime: Challenges and Opportunities" (2017) 29 SAcLJ 224

3. Contributor to James Penner, The Law of Trusts, 11th edn (Oxford University Press) (forthcoming)

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