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The Knowledge Management team

At Drew & Napier, we are committed to delivering the highest calibre of professional service to clients characterised by technical excellence, efficiency, responsiveness and effectiveness.

Our Knowledge Management and Training department harnesses, preserves and shares the collective experience and skills of our lawyers. The department works with practitioners to update our clients with the latest developments in law, enabling them to remain at the forefront of best practices.

Knowledge Management

To preserve and harness our lawyers' experience, the team constantly develops, updates and maintains Drew & Napier’s collective know-how. Our tools include our information databases, central library and our online legal resources. Precedents, standard documents, practice notes and new materials from our practitioners are drafted, updated and regularly reviewed by the team.

The team prepares and circulates to our clients legal updates and publications on the latest developments in law and other topics of interest. The team also prepares quarterly updates in the areas of International Arbitration and Competition Law.


Drew & Napier strongly emphasises the sharing of knowledge and expertise within the firm. We do this through in-house training and professional development programmes tailored to the lawyers' needs and expertise.

Jacelyn Chan

Knowledge Management & Training
LL.B. (Hons), University of Exeter (2003)
LL.M., Duke University School of Law (2009)
MBA, National University of Singapore (2014)
Advocate and Solicitor (Singapore), 2005
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law (New York State), 2010

T: +65 6531 2479
F: +65 6532 7149

Jacelyn heads the Knowledge Management & Training department of Drew & Napier LLC.

Jacelyn read law at the University of Exeter. She was admitted to the Singapore bar in 2005 and has worked in the dispute resolution departments of several leading local law firms.  She has been involved in a broad range of work in the areas of commercial and civil litigation, as well as employment law. She received an LL.M. from Duke University School of Law in 2009 and was admitted to practice in New York State in 2010. 

Jacelyn joined the Knowledge Management & Training department of Drew & Napier LLC after completing her MBA at the National University of Singapore in 2014.

Odesa Tay

Knowledge Management & Training
LL.B. (Hons), National University of Singapore (2002)
Admitted to the Singapore Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor (2003)

T: +65 6531 4184 
F: +65 6532 7149

Odesa is a Professional Support Lawyer in the Knowledge Management & Training department of Drew & Napier LLC.

Odesa read law in the National University of Singapore and was ranked 7th in the Practical Law Course exam. She joined the litigation department of a leading local law firm after she was admitted to the Singapore Bar and was involved in civil litigation and arbitration matters. In July 2004, she joined Drew & Napier LLC’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution business group and was involved in one of Asia’s biggest debt restructuring, as well as civil litigation and criminal matters.

Fiona Tan

Knowledge Management & Training
LL.B. (Hons), University of North London (1993)
Bar Final Course, BPP Law School, London (1996)

T: +65 6531 2764 
F: +65 6532 7149

Fiona is a Professional Support Lawyer in the Knowledge Management & Training department of Drew & Napier LLC.

Fiona began her legal career as a legal counsel with a major hospitality company, where she handled a broad range of legal matters for its group of companies. In 2000, Fiona joined the legal department of a leading telecommunications and information services company where she was involved in advising and structuring telecommunications transactions relating to Internet infrastructure services. Thereafter, Fiona moved on to specialise in the area of Knowledge Management in both offshore and local law firms. Prior to joining us, Fiona was the Know-how & Training Manager for a magic circle law firm's Singapore office, where she handled all aspects of know-how matters and organised training for its lawyers and staff. Following, Fiona joined one of Singapore’s top law firm’s Knowledge Management Department as its Manager.