Gary Chan Kok Yew
Professor of Law, Associate Dean (Faculty Matters & Research), Singapore Management University
Gary Chan is a Professor of Law at Singapore Management University. His main research interests are Tort Law, the Singapore Legal System and Ethics. He has published numerous books, chapters and journal articles and participated in conferences in Singapore and abroad. He is the co-author of The Law of Torts in Singapore (Academy Publishing) and is also a member of the Editorial Board of Torts Law Journal. Gary Chan was appointed amicus curiae and appeared before the Singapore Court of Appeal.
Ivácson András Áron
MA (Philosophy), BA (Anthropology), Universitatea Babeș-Bolyai, Faculty of History and Philosophy
Ivácson András Áron is a former journalist living in Romania. His main interests are history of philosophy, comparative philosophy, socialism, communism and marxism, Chinese philosophy, history and the history of Chinese socialism. He graduated from Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj Napoca, Romania with an MA in Philosophy in 2017 and a BA in anthropology in 2012.
Chan Yuk Chi
Year 3 LL.B. Candidate, Durham University
Chan Yuk Chi is a third-year law undergraduate at Durham University. He primarily writes science fiction, and is currently working on an academic article discussing S377A of Singapore’s Penal Code.
B.A. (Philosophy), National University of Singapore
Eugene Ho is an undergraduate philosophy major studying at NUS. His interest in philosophy was inspired by the theodicy, but he has recently also developed an interest in metaphysical questions regarding time, change, and modality. He hopes to pursue academia in the future.
B.A. (History), Yale-NUS College
Nicholas Lua recently graduated from Yale-NUS College. A History major, Nicholas is interested in ancient Southeast Asia and the Sanskrit cosmopolis. He has been inspired by ideas from across the Liberal Arts and Sciences, Literature and Philosophy in particular.
Quah Say Jye
B.A. (Political Science), National University of Singapore
Say Jye is an NUS political science undergraduate who specialises in political theory, being especially interested in issues surrounding liberalism, climate change, and Singaporean politics. He plays the bass in his spare time. He thinks philosophy is not just cool, but important.
LL.B., National University of Singapore
Marcus is a Teaching Assistant at the NUS Faculty of Law, and was previously a researcher at NUS’ Centre for International Law. He teaches courses on constitutional and administrative law and the Singapore legal system. He also researches in those fields, as well as the fields of private international law and foreign relations law. He is also an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, and continues to practice in the field of constitutional and administrative law.