Ms Rachel Tan
Rachel holds a BA (Honours) and an LL.B (Honours) from the National University of Singapore (NUS). Before joining the Centre for International Law, she served as a political and economic officer with the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs where she was posted to the Southeast Asia and Europe Directorates, and trained at a large law firm in Singapore.
During her time in NUS, she was awarded the Special Book Prize in European Studies for being the best student in the programme and was placed on the Dean’s List during her BA. At NUS Law, she was awarded the Best Memorial (Individual) in the Mallal Moot Competition in 2015, was a semi-finalist in the Drew and Napier Advocacy Cup Competition in 2016, and represented NUS at the National Round of the Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in 2017. Rachel also placed second runner-up in the Christopher Bathurst Essay Prize Competition organised by Fountain Court Chambers in 2017.