Tat Lim is a dispute resolution practitioner based in Singapore. Throughout his career of more than 30 years, he has acted as counsel in the Singapore Courts and served as a neutral in tribunals, arbitrations, and mediations. He has mediated a broad range of disputes, including mediations facilitated by Singapore Mediation Centre, State Courts Centre for Dispute Resolution, Family Justice Courts, Ministry of Health, and the Compliance Advior Ombudsman of the World Bank Group.
He serves as a board member of Singapore Mediation Centre, a member of IMI’s Independent Advisory CommiMee, co-chair of the Law Society of Singapore’s Mediation Committee, immediate past co-chair of the IBA Mediation Committee, and chair of the Society of Mediation Professionals (Singapore).
He is a contributor to various publications including Singapore Civil Procedure (ThomsonReuters Sweet & Maxwell), Mediation in Singapore: A Practical Guide (Thomson Reuters Sweet & Maxwell), and Lexis Practical Guidance – Dispute Resolution (LexisNexis).
Tat is a graduate of the National University of Singapore (LL.B (1988), LL.M. / MBA (2002)) and King’s College London (MSc (Construction Law & Arbitration (2009)), and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK), and International Academy of Mediators (USA).
He is fluent in English and is proficient in Chinese (Mandarin / Teochew).