Our Partners

Founding Partner

Mr Tan Kai Hoe 陈介豪

Mr. Tan Kai Hoe graduated from the University of Singapore in 1962 and was admitted to the bar in January 1964.

He practised in the firm of Messrs Wee Tin Teck & Co as a litigation lawyer until he founded Tan, Lee & Choo with Mr. Lee Min Sen and another partner in March 1972.

In his years of practice, besides conveyancing work, Mr. Tan Kai Hoe also acted as legal advisor to many Chinese charitable and/or religious organisations.

Mr. Tan Kai Hoe retired from legal practice on 31 December 2020 after more than five decades as a dedicated lawyer. The team at Tan, Lee & Choo is ever grateful for the years of leadership and guidance.

Lee Min Sen 李民生

Mr. Lee Min Sen was among the first batch of law graduates from the University of Malaya (in Singapore) in 1961. He was admitted to the bar in May 1964.

He started his legal career as an Examiner of Titles at the then Land Titles Registry and subsequently at the Legal Aid Bureau, Industrial Arbitration Court, and the Attorney General’s Chambers.

After working in-house for about 6 years, he founded Tan, Lee & Choo with Mr. Tan Kai Hoe and another partner in March 1972.

For the past five decades, his main areas of practice are land law, conveyancing, and corporate work. He is also a Notary Public as well as a Commissioner for Oaths. He is fluent in Hokkien.

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Liaw Jin Poh 廖锦波

Mr. Liaw Jin Poh graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1991 with 2nd Upper Honours.

He was admitted to the bar in 1992 and obtained his LLM from University College London in 1993. He practised as a litigation lawyer in various firms until he joined Tan, Lee & Choo as a partner in September 2004.

In his close to 30 years of practice, he has conducted trials and argued cases in the State Courts, the High Court, and the Court of Appeal.

His main areas of practice are general civil litigation and family law. Many of his litigation and divorce cases have been reported in the Law Reports.

He is an Associate Mediator of the Singapore Mediation Centre and a Commissioner for Oaths. With effect from 21 September 2018, he is also qualified to act as a Professional Deputy and/or Donee.

Having come from Chinese High School, he is fluent in Mandarin. He also speaks Cantonese and understands conversational Hokkien.

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Skype: jinpoh 
WeChat: jinnpooh