- Advocate & Solicitor, Malaysia
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours), UWE, Bristol, UK
- Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP)
Cassandra is a partner of Tay Chambers.
At Tay Chambers, Cassandra’s works focuses on commercial and civil litigation. Her practical experience consists of commercial and contractual disputes, shareholders disputes, general debt recovery, bankruptcy, and enforcement and execution proceedings. She has also acted for clients in a broad range of real estate matters, including acting for developers in matters relating to late delivery of vacant possession, and land disputes.
Another key focus area of her practice is advising clients including high net worth individuals on matters relating to inheritance, wealth management, drafting of wills, distribution of estate, and probate and administration matters in the High Court and at the Small Estate Distribution Department.
Apart from being part of the Commercial and Family Law Practice of Tay Chambers and having significant experience in handling divorce cases, Cassandra is also experienced in corporate and conveyancing and has advised and structured numerous corporate (including joint ventures and share sales), real estate transactions (including application of State Consent and Bumiputera release for land), and financing transactions (including corporate loans) for both international and local clients.
Having started her legal career as a litigation lawyer with a boutique law firm, she enjoys the hallowed ambience of the courtroom. She has brought her diverse legal knowledge and skills in different areas of law to craft distinctive and effective legal strategies and advice for her clients. The diversity of her practice areas enables Cassandra to handle the full range of legal needs that clients may face.
Cassandra pursued law at the University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, United Kingdom and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in 2015. She then obtained her Certificate in Legal Practice and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya subsequently.