Jonathan Cho

Kalco Law LLC

  • 101A Upper Cross Street #12-17 People's Park Centre Singapore 058358
  • Office Hours:

    9am to 6pm

About

Jonathan believes that access to justice is for everyone, and that lawyers are gatekeepers who play a crucial role in ensuring that this is available and achieveable for everyone. His goal is journey with others to rightly understand how the law impacts their daily lives and to work with them in resolving the situation they are in.

With training and experience in litigation and dispute resolution, Jonathan is well-acquainted with advocacy before all levels of court and is familiar with various dispute resolution processes, including “Alternative Dispute Resolution” (ADR) such as negotiation and mediation. He is also an Accredited Mediator under the Singapore Mediation Centre. This marks his commitment to holistic problem-solving through the practice of law, to bring about true reconciliation and resolve to matters that will best satisfy his clients’ interests and needs.

His practice areas includes both contentious and non-contentious matters, such as wills drafting, estate and inheritance planning, private client matters as well as general corporate advisory work, such as contract review and drafting. He also has experience working with statutory boards on a broad range of legal advisory matters.

Jonathan is conversant with both institutional and individual clients, and is agile in his approach to the conduct of cases so as to account for all aspects of his clients’ needs.

As part of his mission to make justice accessible to all, Jonathan regularly takes on pro bono and ‘low bono’ legal matters to represent the vulnerable and under-served communities in society, including providing advisory work to non-profit organisations, charities, and being a panel lawyer under the Criminal Legal Aid Scheme (“CLAS”).

When he is not advocating in Court, Jonathan also invests his time in mentoring the younger generation both within the profession as mentor/module facilitator for the Singapore Bar Examinations and Prepatory Course, as well as in his other communities.

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Reviews (9)

Jonathan has been so assuring in my ongoing employment law dispute. He is a sincere and upfront person. I truly am blessed to have him handle and advice in my matter. I will recommend his services highly .

Victor Nathan,

Jonathan and his team represented our underprivileged client pro bono.
He always responded to our queries promptly and provided us timely updates.
We are grateful for his professionalism at the court as well as the compassion he demonstrated towards our client during our briefings.

MS,

We proved his compassion as a lawyer and heart to provide quality legal service. He is excellent and practical yet righteous, man of faith, who would always pray for us before/after meetings. He’s more concern to help me about my case than the financial aspect. We’re very thankful to God that we were connected to a lawyer like Jonathan Cho.

CJ,

Jonathan assisted me on crafting an indemnity for an event that I am running.

His communication was prompt and smooth, and everything went ahead of schedule. He was quick to make necessary amendments when needed.

I highly recommend Jonathan Cho

AY,
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Media & Publications

Articles & Publications

  • How the Law can help domestic violence victims in Singapore” (2019)
  • Penalties for Shoplifting in Singapore – As Explained by a Lawyer” (2019)
  • “Magistrate’s Complaints in Singapore: A Comprehensive Guide” (2018)
  • “Medical Treatment gone wrong: What are your rights as a patient” (2018) 
  • “Paid in full: Why I Practice Criminal Law” (2018)
  • Editorial team, “Good News for Bruised Reeds – Mental Health & The Gospel Community” (Graceworks, 2019)

Media Mentions

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/jail-for-director-over-scheme-in-which-investors-lost-700k

https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/woman-jailed-5-months-setting-mattress-fire-after-husband-asked-divorce

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/music-teacher-molested-teenage-student-during-cello-lessons

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/18-months-jail-for-maid-who-sexually-exploited-employers-underage-son

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