Meet Our Team
CEO / Founder
Cherilyn founded AsiaLawNetwork in Nov 2014 because of her personal frustration finding a suitable and affordable lawyer at a time she needed one the most. Cherilyn is driven by her quest to connect people and businesses across Asia with reliable, qualified legal help they need quickly, safely and efficiently so they can make better decisions and build stronger businesses. Her vision is an Asia where everyone is not daunted by the prospect of seeking legal help, where everyone has access to information and justice, and where consulting a lawyer is as easy as seeing a doctor.
Chief Marketing Officer, Co-Founder
Gabriel The (pronounced TAY) is passionate about building a mission-driven company with a clear and focused goal to make significant impact in people's lives, which was reinforced when he worked at Facebook. As CMO, he runs AsiaLawNetwork's content and marketing. Gabriel has 10+ years of working experience in management consulting, market research, data analytics and social media marketing for companies such as Dragonfly LLC, Dentsu Asia, Deloitte Analytics and Facebook. He has MBA from INSEAD (13'D), a double major business administration Bachelor's degree from the Singapore Management University (SMU) and was an exchange student with The Wharton School in 2003.
VP of Product
Chardy leads front-end development at AsiaLawNetwork. He is a full-stack developer and UI designer at Asia Law Network with over a decade of experience helping startups rethink, design, prototype, test and develop technology. Chardy co-founded and developed wireframeapp.io and was also instrumental in the development of Appcepted and Stacck amongst other solutions. He has worked with brands like SamSung, Cisco, Fedex, HP, Dell, Starhub and Philips. Chardy is passionate about developing engaging and accessible UI.
Business Development & Events
Anna is responsible for business development and events. She loves to create and connect. Anna started her first venture at 18 and has worked in 3 continents. She speaks 6 languages and holds a double master’s degree in international management (CEMS) from the National University of Singapore.
Sharon leads Client Success at Asia Law Network. She also writes and contributes great legal content for Asia Law Network. She has over nine years of experience in corporate communications and events management in the aviation, oil & gas and financial industries. Sharon also has experience in crisis communications and corporate social responsibility, putting in place a crisis action plan and CSR policy from her previous roles. A mother of two young children, Sharon believes in constant improving oneself and one's skill-sets through continual learning.
Seah Ern Xu
Ern Xu is a content strategist at Asia Law Network. He is a firm believer of making legal knowledge accessible for all. He is presently reading law at the National University of Singapore and aspires to translate whatever he learns into relevant and useful content pieces. He is a keen learner and often participates in activities that encourage access to justice.
Board of Advisors
Chairmain, Criminal Practice Committee of the Law Society Partner, Withers KhattarWong
Shashi is a Partner in the Criminal Litigation Practice in Withers KhattarWong. He is widely regarded as one of Singapore's leading criminal defence lawyers. Shashi's expertise in white collar practice includes advising and defending institutions as well as individual clients on Singapore's regulatory and compliance framework. He is particularly familiar with the Securities and Futures Act and regularly advises clients on areas including: insider trading, market manipulation, tax fraud and the entire spectrum of legislation dealing with corporate malfeasance. In 2007, Shashi was cited in Who's Who Legal as one of Singapore's leading business crime lawyers. Shashi provides Asia Law Network with valuable insights into the legal industry and it's operations, as well as feedback on the company's business direction.
Tan Wee Liang
Associate Professor of Strategic Management, Singapore Management University LLM, University of Cambridge
Professor Tan Wee Liang is an active advocate of entrepreneurship and business. He also sits on the board as the Chairman of the Singapore Association of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators Management Committee. As an entrepreneurship professor, he is well-versed in the technology and startup climate around the world. Professor Tan advises Asia Law Network on various business aspects and growth strategies in Asia and around the world.
Director, Taylor Vinters Via
Yingyu Wang is the Director of Taylor Vinters Via. She is the only female named by The Legal 500 AP as a leading individual for Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) Law and recommended for Intellectual Property (IP) Law in 2016 and 2017. Her clients range from tech start ups to multi-national corporations. She advises both domestic and cross-border transactions, and is also currently advising a leading community-centric media network enterprise in its latest round of funding.
Private investor and Startup Mentor
Steven LIEW is a private investor in both publicly traded companies and early-stage startups. Steven also provides strategic advice to startup founding teams. From 2014 to mid-2016, Steven was Executive Director of APCO Worldwide in Asia Pacific. Steven’s focus at the firm was in market entry and crisis management. At APCO, Steven advised some of Silicon Valley’s most valuable “unicorns” startups when they entered Asia. Prior to APCO, Steven spent almost a decade as eBay Inc.’s Associate General Counsel and Head of Government Relations for Asia Pacific. Steven started his legal career as an intellectual property lawyer at Baker & McKenzie Hong Kong in 1994. He has also worked at the intellectual property departments of Nokia Corporation and Louis Vuitton. Steven is a graduate of the National University of Singapore Law School (1993). He is an avid reader and a dedicated yoga practitioner.
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