Kwek Mean Luck, SCSolicitor-General at Attorney General's Chambers Singapore
Mr Kwek Mean Luck, SC, was awarded the PSC (OMS) scholarship to read Law at the University of Cambridge, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University in 1995. He obtained a Master of Laws from Harvard University under the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship in 2000. He was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court in 2002. He was awarded the Eisenhower Fellowship in 2012 and the Lien Ying Chow Legacy
Fellowship in 2015.
Mr Kwek began his legal career in the Supreme Court in 1998, serving first as a Justices’ Law Clerk in the Supreme Court, and subsequently in appointments as Senior Assistant Registrar, Supreme Court and District Judge, Subordinate Courts.
He has held appointments in the Ministry of Trade and Industry as Deputy Secretary (Industry), in the Public Service Division of the Prime Minister’s Office as Deputy Secretary (Development) and in the Civil Service College as Dean and the Chief Executive Officer.
Mr Kwek was appointed the Second Solicitor-General on 1 July 2015 and Senior Counsel on 9 January 2017. He assumed office as Solicitor-General on 14 January 2017.