Luo Ling Ling

Areas of Practice:
Mental Capacity Law
Family and Matrimonial Law
Criminal Law
Employment Law
Landlord and Tenant Law

LL.M, Singapore Management University
LLB (Hons), National University of Singapore
  • Member, Law Society of Singapore
  • Member, Singapore Academy of Law

Ling Ling is a Partner at Aequitas Law, and takes on cases in family and matrimonial law, criminal law, in addition to commercial cases requiring litigation in court. She has experience in contentious matrimonial proceedings involving custody, care and control of children and division of matrimonial assets.

Ling Ling previously served in the Ministry of Social and Family Development, Office of the Public Guardian, as Assistant Director (Legal), drafting and guiding the Singapore government’s policies on the Mental Capacity Act. Notably, she represented the Public Guardian in high profile court cases such as The Public Guardian v Yang Yin & another and The Public Guardian v Kay Swee Pin & another, while holding various appointments. She was also Assistant Director (Professional Deputies & Donees).

As such, she is in the best position to advise high net-worth individuals on wills and lasting powers of attorney, including those who require representation in court.

In commercial law, Ling Ling has demonstrated specialized expertise in obtaining freezing orders for clients, defended Directors for offences under the Securities and Futures Act, Companies Act and CPF Act. She also defended an en-bloc sales committee member for claims against him for alleged breach of fiduciary duties.

Ling Ling also maintains her interest in criminal law by taking up, pro bono, complex criminal matters, and was appointed as Assisting Counsel in the Legal Aid Scheme for Capital Offences in 2012. In 2012, she represented Mr Wang Wenfeng in his appeal against the death sentence.

Ling Ling was called to the Singapore Bar in 2008 and the New York Bar in 2012. In addition, she is an accredited mediator and was appointed to the Family Panel since 2015, an Expert Panel in the Singapore Mediation Centre. Notably, she mediated a highly-contested divorce matter involving S$40 million of matrimonial assets in various jurisdictions.