Pen Pictures of LSC Members

Mr Lionel Yee

DAG Lionel YeeMr Lionel Yee graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Law from Downing College, the University of Cambridge, UK in 1988 and obtained a Master of Laws (International Legal Studies) degree from the New York University, USA in 1999. He was admitted as an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 1993.

Mr Yee started his legal practice in the Attorney-General’s Chambers (“the AGC”) in 1991. He held appointments in the Civil Division, the International Affairs Division and the Criminal Justice Division of the AGC and in the Ministry of Law. He was the Director-General of the International Affairs Division from 2008 to 2012.

Mr Yee served as the Second Solicitor-General from 1 Jan 2011, before being appointed as Judicial Commissioner on 1 Feb 2013. He was appointed Senior Counsel in Jan 2013.

Mr Yee was appointed the Solicitor-General on 1 Feb 2014. He assumed office as a Deputy Attorney-General on 14 Jan 2017.

Mr Tai Wei Shyong

DAG TaiMr Tai Wei Shyong is currently Deputy Attorney-General in the Attorney-General’s Chambers.

Mr Tai was appointed Deputy Attorney-General on 1 Jan 2021. Prior to that, he was a member of the Singapore Administrative Service, where he held appointments in the Ministry of Manpower (“MOM”) and the Ministry of Home Affairs (“MHA”), including Director (Labour Relations), MOM, Deputy Secretary (Security), MHA and Director, Internal Security Department.

Prior to joining the Administrative Service, he practiced law in the UK and was a member of the Singapore Legal Service.

Mr Tai graduated from Oxford University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Arts (Jurisprudence), and took a Masters Degree in Law from the same university in 1995. He has awarded an MPhil in Criminology from Cambridge University in 2010. He is qualified to practice law in Singapore, England and Wales and the State of New York.

Mr Adrian Chan Pengee

LSC_Mr ChanMr Adrian Chan is the Head of the Corporate Department and a Senior Partner at Lee & Lee. He graduated from the NUS with an LLB (Hons), was called to the Singapore Bar in 1990 and has been in corporate practice at Lee & Lee since then.

Mr Chan is a member of the Corporate Law Advisory Panel of the Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority of Singapore (the ACRA) and has served on the board of ACRA. He is an independent director of various companies listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange (the SGX). In addition, the SGX has appointed him to the Catalist Advisory Panel to review Catalist Sponsor and Registered Professional applications.

Mr Chan is the Vice-Chairman of the Singapore Institute of Directors and is a Council Member of the Law Society of Singapore. He serves as the Honorary Secretary of the Association of Small & Medium Enterprises and co-chairs the Corporate Governance & Regulations Interest Group of the Singapore International Chamber of Commerce. He currently serves on the Board of Shared Services for Charities Limited, which is a not-for-profit charitable organisation and an Institution of a Public Character, and on the Institutional Review Board of the Singapore Polytechnic.

Mr Chan has been appointed to the Corporate Governance and Directors’ Duties Working Group of the Steering Committee that was established by the Ministry of Finance to review and rewrite the Companies Act of Singapore. He has also co-authored Singapore’s first “Annotated Code of Corporate Governance” for Lexis-Nexis that is published in Woon’s Corporations Law.

Ms Goh Swee Chen

Ms Goh Swee ChenMs Goh Swee Chen was the Chairman of Shell companies in Singapore from 1 Oct 2014 to 31 Dec 2018.

Ms Goh joined Shell in 2003 as the Chief Information Officer covering Asia Pacific, Oceania, and the Middle East. She served on multiple roles during her professional career in Shell, including leading Fuels and Lubricants in Asia Pacific & Middle East and City Solutions, New Energy globally. She retired from Shell in Jan 2019.

Ms Goh had, prior to joining Shell, worked in various portfolios at IBM and Procter & Gamble. Other than Singapore and Malaysia, she had worked & lived in New Zealand, Australia, US (Austin), Japan (Kobe), Netherlands and China.

Ms Goh graduated in 1982 from the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, with a Bachelor of Science in Information Science. She was awarded a Master of Business Administration in 2003 by the Booth School of Business, University of Chicago.

Ms Goh serves as Chairman of – Nanyang Technological University Board of Trustee, National Arts Council, and Institute for HR Professionals. She is also the President of Global Compact Network of Singapore.

Ms Goh serves as a Board Member of – CapitaLand Investment Ltd, Singapore Airlines, SP Group, Woodside Energy Ltd and Centre for Liveable Cities Ltd.

Ms Goh was appointed a Justice of the Peace in Apr 2018. She received the Distinguished Alumni Award by the University of Chicago in 2018.

Mr Andrew Lim Ming-Hui

Mr Andrew LimMr Andrew Lim is a Partner, and previously Co-Head, of the Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions Department at Allen & Gledhill. He has advised clients on numerous market-leading corporate and merger and acquisition transactions. He also advises clients on corporate governance, regulatory and compliance matters. His clients include MNCs, listed and non-listed companies, financial institutions and private equity firms.

Mr Lim was called to the Singapore Bar in 1986. He was an Associate with the firm in 1988/1989 before spending time as an investment banker. He rejoined the firm in 1993 as a Partner.

Mr Lim serves as a Trustee on the Board of Trustees of the National University of Singapore. He is currently a Director of EDBI Pte Ltd, Singapore Press Holdings Limited, Jurong Engineering Limited, Singex-Sphere Holdings Pte Ltd (and its wholly-owned subsidiary), Pacific International Lines (Private) Limited (and certain of its wholly-owned subsidiaries), EDBI Pte Ltd and Weybourne Holdings Pte Ltd. He is also a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Directors and a Member of the National University of Singapore Law Advisory Council.

Mr Lim is consistently recognised for his leading expertise in various publications including Chambers Global, Chambers Asia-Pacific, IFLR1000, The Legal 500 Asia Pacific, Best Lawyers and Who’s Who Legal.

Mrs Stephanie Gault

Mrs Stephanie GaultMrs Stephanie Gault has more than 30 years’ experience working with large organisations and governments in Asia and the US. She specialises in designing and implementing solutions that improve people’s ability to achieve significantly better business results. Her experience includes architecting and delivering large change programs and implementing technology solutions to enable clients to be digitally empowered and make data-driven decisions.

Mrs Gault is the proud recipient of the Public Sector Medal Pingat Bakti Masyarakat in 2021. She previously served on the Board of Directors for Civil Service College (Singapore Government agency responsible for building capability of entire civil service), as well as Accenture’s CEO Advisory Council and Accenture Management Consulting Global Women Business Advisory Board. She has a Bachelors of Science in Management Science and Computer Systems from Oklahoma State University, USA. She has also completed IMD’s Executive Leadership Program.