Cultivate a problem-solving mindset for self-improvement

by Daniel Lo - Guest Contributor in Articles

DatePosted on July 31, 2020 at 01:02 PM
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This month's engaging webinar with international lawyers, Daniel Lo (Singapore) and Jason Feng (Australia) covered the topic of cultivating one's problem solving mindset.

Daniel and Jason are up and coming international lawyers who have joined forces to produce insightful webinars to the lawyers around the world. In this webinar, the session goes over the actions that junior lawyers can take to: 

  • become a problem-oriented individual, not just task-oriented;
  • define, oversee and solve problems as part of a legal team; and
  • take more responsibility at work. 

Click here to view and download their summary notes on this topic. 

Authors 

Daniel Lo is an Associate Director (Legal Counsel) at UBS Asset Management based in Singapore, specializing in investment funds, private equity and corporate transactions. Prior to UBS, he was working as an Associate at Walkers in Singapore. After training and qualifying as a lawyer in Canada, his career took him to Asia, firstly to Hong Kong, before his move to Singapore in 2018.
Jason Feng is a construction lawyer at Pinsent Masons based in Sydney, Australia. Prior to working at Pinsent Masons, he started off as a Paralegal and worked his way up to Associate at HWL Ebsworth Lawyers.

 

About the Author

Daniel Lo - Guest Contributor

Daniel Lo is a private equity lawyer in Singapore, dual-qualified in Canada (Ontario, Alberta) and England & Wales. He believes that junior lawyers should be focused on crafting a unique narrative by developing a global outlook, transparent personal branding and honest networking. In his guest slot on Star Anise's knowledge hub, Daniel shares his perspectives as a Canadian lawyer working overseas. After 1.5 years living and working in Hong Kong, Daniel moved to Singapore in 2018 to join an offshore law firm, and in the summer 2020 he moved to global asset management firm, UBS Asset Management.  

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