Lim Wei Lee is a partner in the international arbitration and banking and financial disputes practices.
Her main areas of practice involve litigation and arbitration across a wide range of matters including commercial, corporate, and banking disputes, fraud, cross-border trade and investment disputes, insolvency, and judicial review. In addition to an active court practice as counsel in the High Court and Court of Appeal, Wei Lee has acted as counsel in arbitrations conducted under various arbitral rules, including the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, UNCITRAL, the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration, and International Chamber of Commerce rules.
Wei Lee is very active in regional arbitrations, and in arbitration-related court proceedings. She is the co-author of the Singapore chapters for the Asia Arbitration Handbook, the IBA Arbitration Guide and Arbitration of M&A Transactions (Oxford University Publishing, the International Bar Association, and Globe Law and Business) and the forthcoming Practitioner’s Handbook on International Commercial Arbitration (Oxford University Publishing), as well as the chapter on arbitrators in Arbitration in Singapore: Law and Practice (Sweet & Maxwell) and the chapter on Interim Reliefs in Singapore International Arbitration: Law & Practice (LexisNexis).
Wei Lee is recognised as a leading practitioner in the area of commercial arbitration in the Expert Guides – Guide to the World’s Leading Experts.