Judicial Commissioner Kwek Mean Luck joined the Supreme Court on 4 January 2021.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (1st Class Honours) from Cambridge University in 1995 and obtained a Master of Laws from Harvard University in 2000.
Judicial Commissioner Kwek began his legal career in the Supreme Court in 1998, serving first as a Justices’ Law Clerk in the Supreme Court, and subsequently as Assistant Registrar and Senior Assistant Registrar. He was called to the Bar in 2002.
He also held appointments in the Administrative Service, including Deputy Secretary (Industry) in the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Deputy Secretary (Development) in the Public Service Division of the Prime Minister’s Office and as Dean and Chief Executive Officer of the Civil Service College.
Judicial Commissioner Kwek has served on the boards of several government agencies such as National Heritage Board, Sentosa Development Corporation, Economic Development Board and Civil Service College. He was awarded the Eisenhower Fellowship in 2012 and the Lien Ying Chow Legacy Fellowship in 2015.
In 2015, he was appointed Second Solicitor-General in the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) and has been the Solicitor-General in AGC since 2017. He was appointed Senior Counsel in 2017.