The SICC is a division of the General Division of the High Court and part of the Supreme Court of Singapore. All appeals from the SICC will be heard by the Court of Appeal of Singapore.
Judges of the Appellate Division, Judges of the High Court and International Judges of the Supreme Court may be designated by the Chief Justice to hear cases in the SICC. The Chief Justice and Justices of the Court of Appeal may also hear cases in the SICC.
The Chief Justice and Justices of the Court of Appeal including Judges of the Appellate Division, Judges of the High Court, Senior Judges and International Judges designated by the Chief Justice, may hear appeals from the SICC.
The judges who may hear cases in the SICC and appeals from the SICC include the following:
Justice Chionh has spent more
than 25 years serving in a number of postings within the Singapore Legal
Service, such as the then Subordinate Courts, the Civil Division of the
Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC), the Insolvency & Public Trustee’s
Office, and the Crime Cluster of the AGC where she served as Chief Prosecutor
of the Financial and Technology Crime Division (formerly known as the Economic
Crimes and Governance Division) and as Chief Prosecutor of the Criminal Justice
Division. Prior to her appointment as a Judicial Commissioner, she was 2nd Solicitor-General at the AGC.
Justice Chionh was appointed
Senior Counsel in 2015 and received the Public Administration Medal (Gold) in
the same year.
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