NUS Law Wins Tun Suffian International Human Rights Moot

From left: Ryan Kwan ’20, Adeline Tan ’20, Professor Simon Chesterman, Dean of NUS Law, Fiona Ng ’20 and Rachel Ang ’20

Congratulations to Fiona Ng ’20, Adeline Tan ’20, Rachel Ang ’20 and Ryan Kwan ’20 for emerging champions of the Tun Suffian International Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Kuala Lumpur! Fiona was named Best Speaker for the General Rounds, and Ryan won Best Speaker for the Final Round of the competition.

The team faced stiff competition from Kyushu University, Thammasat University and the International Islamic University of Malaysia, and edged out the University of Malaya in the finals to clinch the championship.

The team would like to express their deepest gratitude to Darrell Lee ’17, Jennifer Lim ’17, Seah Ern Xu ’19, Joshua Phang ’19, Uma Sharma ’19 and Glenn Sim ’19 as well as Associate Professor Eleanor Wong ’85, Vice Dean (Student Affairs) and Associate Professor Lim Lei Theng ’92 for their assistance in the competition.