Prof Susanna Leong

Prof Susanna Leong

Vice Provost (Lifelong Education)

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Professor Susanna Leong is Vice Provost (Lifelong Education) at the National University of Singapore (NUS). She is responsible for initiatives and programmes on continuous education and training in NUS.

Prior to her current appointment, Susanna was the Vice-Dean, Graduate Studies Office, NUS Business School from 2008 to 2016, and had oversight of the NUS MBA, EMBA and MPAM programmes.

Susanna is Professor in the Department of Strategy and Policy, NUS Business School. She is a graduate of the National University of Singapore and University College London, a lawyer by training, and has been a faculty member of the NUS Business School since 1991.

Susanna teaches business related law modules such as contract, sale of goods and intellectual property to undergraduate and graduate business students in English and Chinese. She has received several teaching awards including the Outstanding Educator Award (Department of Strategy & Policy).

Susanna's research interests are in intellectual property and technology-related laws. She has published in international and local academic journals. She is the author of “Intellectual Property Law of Singapore" published as part of the Law Practice Series by Academy Publishing. Susanna’s legal writings have been cited and referred to by the Singapore Court of Appeal and the High Court in their judgments.

Susanna is an active contributor to the legal industry and is an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. She is a Senior Fellow at the Intellectual Property Academy of Singapore, a member of The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Arbitration and Mediation Centre’s Domain Name Panel, a member of The Regional Centre for Arbitration, Kuala Lumpur (RCAKL) Panel and a member of Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre (Hong Kong). She is also a member of the Singapore Copyright Tribunal.