Stanley has acted in a broad range of cross-border disputes and investigations where he specialises in the prosecution of claims involving multi-jurisdictional fraud, and the tracing and recovery of digital assets. His experience and familiarity with cryptocurrency and emerging technologies often sees him working together with experts and industry leaders on complex briefs and dealing with novel issues of law.
Stanley aspires to develop a specialist advocacy practice that focuses on digital technology, Web 3.0, and disputes in cyberspace.
Stanley graduated from the National University of Singapore with First Class Honours. He was awarded the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize for his research relating to the loss or destruction of evidence. He was also placed on the Directors’ List while studying at the Centre for Transnational Legal Studies in London. He represented his university in the Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Vienna), and was also a finalist in the Dentons Rodyk Moots and a semi-finalist in the Advocacy Cup.