Advocates & Solicitors • Notary Public • Commisioner For Oaths


111 North Bridge Road, #24-04
Peninsula Plaza, Singapore 179098

Direct Line: (65) 6334 6884
Telephone : (65) 6334 3811
TeleFax: (65) 6334 0911

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Srinivasan Selvaraj

Mr S Selvaraj, the Managing Partner, obtained his law degree from the University of London and was called to the English Bar in 1984.  He also holds a Diploma in Business Law from the National University of Singapore. 

His areas of special interest include motor negligence claims, and industrial accident claims.  He is also known for other personal injuries claims as well.  He has also taken a keen interest in Family Law, Succession, and Conveyancing.  He is respected as an unassuming and sound lawyer.  He is also a part time lecturer in the School of Business with the National University of Singapore.

S Selvaraj became Managing Partner in January 2004 with the departure of Mr Mohamed Abdullah.

Selvaraj started his legal career at the then Murphy & Dunbar as a Legal Associate where he had the privilege of working with the late legal luminary Mr H.E. Cashin in criminal law.  With the dissolution of Murphy & Dunbar, he became partner in Myintsoe, Mohamed, Yang & Selvaraj.

His main areas of practice include personal injuries and motor accident claims, workmen’s compensation claims, dispute resolution, corporate and commercial matters, employment law, probate, Family Law, medical negligence, Syariah Law, conveyancing and Wills and probate and Administration.

Selvaraj graduated from the University of London and was admitted to the English Bar (Middle Temple) in 1983 and the Singapore bar in 1984.

He has acted as counsel in several High Courts, Subordinate Courts as well as appeals to the High Court and Court of Appeal in criminal, civil and family proceedings.  

He has conducted tutorials on Banking Law and Law of Contract.  He delivered lectures on Workmen’s Compensation, Negligence at Common Law and Arbitration procedure and on Labour Law and Industrial Relations.  He is currently a part time lecturer at the School of Business at the National University of Singapore.