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Wendy Lin
Partner at WongPartnership (Singapore)


Wendy Lin is a Partner in the Commercial & Corporate Disputes and International Arbitration Practices at WongPartnership LLP. Wendy has an active practice in high-value, multi-jurisdictional, and complex disputes spanning a wide array of commercial and corporate, cross-border trade and investment, fraud, and asset recovery matters. She regularly appears as counsel before the High Court and Court of Appeal, as well as in arbitrations conducted under various arbitral rules, including the SIAC, ICC, HKIAC, LCIA, UNCITRAL, ICSID and LMAA rules.

Wendy earned the rare distinction in 2020 of being selected as a Global Leader by Who’s Who Legal in 3 practice areas: Litigation, Arbitration and Asset Recovery. This built on her achievement in 2018 where her peers selected her as a “standout practitioner” and one of the 4 most highly-regarded litigation partners in Asia-Pacific under the age of 45 in the inaugural edition of Who's Who Legal: Litigation – Future Leaders. Wendy has also been recommended for her dispute resolution and international arbitration work by various legal publications, where she has been variously complimented as “a first-class advocate, with the unparalleled ability to cut through numerous complex facts and legal arguments, extract the winning arguments, and to convey them effectively, with absolute charm and ease”; “a highly distinguished litigator who fully understands and is able to manoeuvre comfortably in commercial aspects that are highly technical and complex”; “an extremely knowledgeable and a highly-strategic thinker unfazed by the pressures of high stakes litigation”.

Agenda Sessions

  • How to build a fraud practice

  • Virtual Roundtables