WeiJian Teo's practice focuses on complex high-value disputes within the building and construction sector. He has advised and acted on behalf of numerous international firms of contractors, architects, and engineering consultants in cross-border disputes involving international standard forms of contracts, such as those of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC). He also has experience in large-scale construction projects ranging from tunneling, marine/naval structures, hospitality/tourism facilities, and commercial and residential-mixed developments.
WeiJian has appeared in a wide array of dispute resolution forums, including ad hoc and institutional arbitrations, mediations, adjudications, and all levels of the Singapore courts. Prior to joining Jones Day, he completed his legal training under the mentorship of a leading mediator, arbitrator, and former Judicial Commissioner of the Singapore High Court. He also practiced in the international arbitration, construction, and projects practice group at one of Southeast Asia's largest law firms.
WeiJian is an appointed member of the Law Society of Singapore's International Relations Standing Committee.
- University of Bristol (LL.B. with honours 2014)
- Supreme Court of Singapore