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Kristi How is a state counsel in the International Affairs Division of the Attorney- General’s Chambers (AGC) of Singapore where she provides legal advice to the Singapore government on public international law issues and regularly advises on international trade and investment law matters. She has acted as legal counsel in bilateral and multilateral free trade agreement negotiations and investment treaty negotiations. She has also represented Singapore as a third party in various World Trade Organization panel proceedings. Prior to joining the AGC, she was in private practice and acted in commercial disputes before the Singapore courts and international arbitration tribunals. Kristi is an adjunct lecturer at the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law where she teaches a module on international lawmaking.
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