Samuel, Ng

Director BlackOak LLC

Logistics , Government and Public Sector





Government and Public Sector




Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

Civil and Commercial Litigation

Contract And Tort

Debt Collection and Insolvency

Employment Law

General Corporate

Insolvency and Restructuring

Venture Capital and Equity Funds

Negotiation Services

Customer Type

Individuals & Companies


Member, Law Society of Singapore Member, Singapore Academy of Law, Member, Law Reform Sub-committee on Litigation Funding in Insolvency Cases



Singapore Management University LL.B, Law, Summa Cum Laude (GPA 3.90/4.00) TSMP Law Corporation Prize for Best Law Student in Ethics & Social Responsibility, 2012 KhattarWong Prize For Top Student in Corporate & Commercial Law, 2011 Kwa Geok Choo Undergraduate Scholarship in Law, 2011 Jurist Prize for Top Student in Legal System, Legal Method & Analysis, 2009 Atkins Prize for Top Student in Law of Torts, 2009 Rodyk Prize for Top Student in Legal Research & Writing, 2009 Lai Kew Chai Prize for Top First Year Law Student, 2009 David Marshall Prize for Top Student In Criminal Law, 2008 Dean's List for Academic Year 2011/2012 Hong Kong University Exchange Programme 2010/2011 Dean's List for Academic Year 2009/2010 Dean's List for Academic Year 2008/2009


Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore Placed Joint 6th out of 523 Candidates in Bar Course

Year First Admitted To Bar


Languages Spoken

English (GB)

Languages Written

English (GB)

   About Me

Often spotted around town in a smart suit, Samuel adopts a similarly tailored approach to legal practice: the solution must be bespoke, the finishing neat, and the overall process pleasant for the user. ----------------------------- Samuel works closely with leading practitioners and alongside international counsel in both contentious and non-contentious aspects of the distress practice, frequently acting for companies, creditors, financial institutions, banks, white knights and/or insolvency professionals, in domestic as well as cross-border insolvencies and restructurings, both in and out of Court. A keen supporter of local SMEs, Samuel also maintains an active portfolio of clients comprising Singapore start-ups and second- and third-generation family-owned businesses across various industries, advising on matters such as employment issues, product distribution, corporate structures, etc. ----------------------------- Samuel graduated amongst the top of his class from the Singapore Management University where he was an inaugural recipient of the Kwa Geok Choo Undergraduate Scholarship and was placed on the Dean's List yearly, winning a slew of top as well as law subject prizes along the way. He was also ranked in the top few positions in the Singapore Bar Examinations for his year. Apart from legal practice, Samuel serves as an adjunct faculty member at the Singapore Management University School of Law. Samuel has also been appointed as a facilitator for the Insolvency Law and Practice module of the Preparatory Course leading to Part B of the Singapore Bar Examinations.