The Chinese characters in my name denote a celebration of peace (慶祝和平). Being involved in dispute resolution helps me appreciate more the pursuit of peace in life, business, relationships and society at large.
1998 – Present: Advocate and Solicitor, High Court of Malaya. Presently practising as Kheng Hoe Advocates.
|2016||Certificate in Adjudication (AIAC)|
|2016||Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration (CIArb)|
|2009||Train the Trainer, Mediation (The Accord Group)|
|2008||Certificate in Mediation( The Accord Group)|
|1996||LLB (Hons) (Malaya)|
|1993||Skrine scholar (at University of Malaya)|
|1992||Hutchings scholar (for best overall student, Penang Free School)|
ACHIEVEMENTS & MEMBERSHIPS (current)
|Advocate and Solicitor, High Court of Malaya|
|Arbitrator, Adjudicator and Mediator, Asian International Arbitration Centre|
|Fellow, Asian Institute of Alternative Dispute Resolution|
|Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators|
|Fellow, Malaysian Society of Adjudicators|
|Assessor, Mediator, Committee, Malaysian Mediation Centre|
|Mentor, Bar Council Mentors Project|
|Member, Bar Council Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee|
|Member, Society of Construction Law Malaysia|
|Member, Contracts and Practices Committee, Master Builders Association of Malaysia|
|Representative Neutral, Mediation and Conciliation Network, New Delhi|
ARTICLES and TALKS (last 3 years)
TOP SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Analytical and Logical Thinking
Communication-Oral and Written
After graduation, Kheng Hoe undertook one year of social work amongst youths prior to embarking on his legal career. His continued interest to contribute to the community continues today with 10% of the profits of the firm being allocated for community works.
Since 2002, Kheng Hoe had been involved in construction disputes. In 2018, construction disputes work represents approximately 70% of Kheng Hoe’s entire portfolio.
In 2019, Kheng Hoe launched the “Construction Law Malaysia” youtube channel.