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Woo Jin Leang
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Jin Leang became an essential member of the Kuala Lumpur office of Josephine, L K Chow & Co. in March 2023. As a legal associate of the firm, Jin Leang plays and important role to assist and support the managing partner of the Kuala Lumpur office on a wide range of legal matters. 

Jin Leang graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from Oxford Brookes University and had subsequently obtained his Certificate in Legal Practice in 2021. 

Prior to joining JLKC, Jin Leang carried out his pupillage in the dispute resolution department of a boutique legal firm in Kuala Lumpur. During his pupillage, Jin Leang was exposed to a wide array of complex areas of the law involving, among others, matrimonial, contract, tort, probate and land disputes. His work included, but was not limited to, planning and strategising for trials, conducting in-depth researches and drafting cause papers for every tier of the Malaysian Court system.

Upon being called to the Malaysian Bar in September 2022, Jin Leang expanded his legal practice with a boutique legal firm in Old Klang Road which specialised in corporate and conveyancing matters. 

The legal experiences which Jin Leang had undertaken in his formative years of practice has moulded him to become a well-rounded practitioner capable of navigating complex legal issues with the goal of moving matters towards resolution. 

Jin Leang is a highly motivated individual with a strong work ethic and a commitment to excel in his legal practice. Jin Leang has an affinity for dispute resolution and is committed towards resolving conflicts and providing clients with the best possible options to solve problems effectively and efficiently. His strong interest in dispute resolution led him to join JLKC where he currently handles civil, commercial, contractual and corporate disputes. 

Outside the corridors of the courts, Jin Leang is passionate about football and basketball. Jin Leang also enjoys exploring the local food scene (more so if that place serves a good plate of char kuey teow), and looks towards experiences which broadens his cultural horizons to provide him a greater appreciation for diversity.