Lim Joo Toon

Joo Toon LLC

  • 30 Merchant Road, #03-20 Riverside Point, Singapore 058282
  • Office Hours:

    9.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday


Mr Lim graduated from National University of Singapore with LLB (Hons) (Singapore). Upon graduation, he served as Assistant Registrar, Supreme Court, as Senior Assistant Registrar and District Judge, Subordinate Courts and as State Counsel, Attorney- General’s Chambers for a period of 10 years.

Mr Lim was awarded a Legal Service Overseas Merit scholarship. He obtained Masters in Law from University College London (UCL), the University of London, specializing in commercial and corporate law and attaining a Mark of Merit.

He is an accredited arbitrator with substantial experience both as arbitrator and as counsel. He is on the Panel of Arbitrators under the Law Society Arbitration Scheme (LSAS). He has served as an Arbitrator on the Regional Panel of Arbitrators, Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC). He passed the Written Examination for the Fellowship Assessment Course 2006 conducted by the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators. He is a trained mediator of LEADR (Lawyers Engaged in Dispute Resolution) Australia. 

He served in a committee of the Singapore Law Society. He served in academic teaching positions with the National University of Singapore, Singapore Institute of Management and the Board of Legal Education.

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Media & Publications


Straits Times report titled ‘Battle over late tycoon’s $7M estate’ dated 16 May 2008

Straits Times report titled ‘Siblings Fight Over S$50,000 In Cancer Mum’s Will’, 2 June 2008

Law Gazette article titled ‘Sale of Property — When Prior Consent of the Seller’s Mortgagee is Required

Straits Times report titled ‘Dealer Absconds With Money But Buyer Still Gets Merc’ dated 16 December 2015


Domestic Arbitration and Mediation: Alternatives to Litigation – Lex Loci 2010, a publication of the United Kingdom Singapore Law Student Society

Review of Revenue Accounting and the 5R Revenue Theory (Revenue, Receivable, Recognition in Recording and Reporting) for Management Reporting: The Legal Implications – Singapore Accountant, Vol. 18

Implications for Sale of Second-Hand Cars in Singapore: Kau Joo Guan v Kwek Seow Hui t/a Car Dynasty and ors [2015] SGDC 279 – 2015, Singapore Law Blog

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