Alvin Yap acts as counsel in state-to-state, investor-state and commercial disputes. He has represented states in proceedings before the International Court of Justice, the Iran-US Claims Tribunal and arbitrations administered by the PCA and ICSID. He has acted in commercial arbitrations administered by the SIAC, ICC and FOSFA. He also regularly advises states and corporations on matters of public international law, particularly on land and maritime boundary issues and upstream oil and gas matters.
He was appointed as an adjunct lecturer at NUS from 2017 to 2019, where he taught a course on inter-state disputes. He has also given lectures and spoken at various seminars and events on a wide range of topics on public international law and international dispute settlement.
International Commercial Arbitration