Choy Lim, 2013
Tuck Choy received a Bachelor of Laws with honors from the National University of Malaysia. During his studies, he interned in the GBCHealth China which works closely with the Chinese Government and various UN agencies in engaging private sector to focus on global health issues. Tuck Choy has also interned in the Court of Appeal of Malaysia to conduct legal research and summarize appeal records. As an undergraduate, Tuck Choy has represented his country, attending regional legal conferences for law students, as well as competing in various international mooting competitions and client counseling competition.
In his professional experience, Tuck Choy completed his pupillage in Messrs. Wong & Partners, which is a member firm of Baker and McKenzie International. Subsequently, he is admitted as an advocate and solicitor to the High Court of Malaya. Prior to joining Fletcher, Tuck Choy worked for two years as a central banker in Malaysia, focusing on the laws relating to the safeguarding of balance of payments, implementation of UNSCRs, regulation of the money services business industry, and the management of the Central Bank’s role in the IMF.
At Fletcher, Tuck Choy wishes to expand his knowledge in public international law and diplomacy. His areas of interest are infrastructure development, international conflict and dispute resolution, as well as diplomatic relations. Post-Fletcher, he aspires to pursue a career in an international organization.