Ming Ming LOOI
- LL.B. (Upper Second-Class Honours)
- National University of Singapore, 2002
- Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, 2003
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Practising in the specialist field of construction law for close to two decades, Ming brings to the table commercial acumen from her experience in building and infrastructure-related dispute resolution.
Previously with the Construction & Projects practice group at Rajah & Tann LLP, Ming is now with Eldan Law LLP, where she handles all facets of construction-related disputes via litigation in the High Court and Court of Appeal, at arbitrations under the major institutional rules (including the SIAC and UNCITRAL) and at adjudication proceedings under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act.
With her keen interest in construction law, Ming has since 2018 served on the Law Reform Committee Building & Construction Law Sub-Committee, which proposes law reform and practice guidelines in connection with construction law. She contributed to the second issue of the Singapore Journal of Construction Law in a paper titled “Adjudication Determinations: Better Never than Late?”  2 SingJCL 1, and also regularly contributed various other case commentaries for the journal.
Ming also has an active practice in general commercial litigation and mediation. Ming’s dispute resolution insights are helpful for advisory work generally, and in the critical review of project tender documentation and contractual negotiations.