Peter Gabriel (Founder, Managing Director)
- LLB (Hons) 2nd Upper Division, National University of Singapore
- LLM, Australian National University
- Advocate & Solicitor of the Singapore Bar, 1982
- Solicitor of England and Wales, 2003
- Member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK)
- Fellow of Singapore Institute of Arbitrators
Peter Gabriel is the founder and managing director of Gabriel Law Corporation. With 30 years of experience under his belt, he has undertaken extensive litigation as well as transactional related work – his specialised knowledge in each domain mutually enhances his understanding of the other.
Litigation involving banking and finance disputes, commercial and corporate disputes, investigations and asset recovery, tort and contractual claims as well as domestic and international arbitration form the pillars of Mr Gabriel's expertise.
His transactional legal work involves banking and finance, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and admiralty related matters.
The scope of his work is both domestic and international. He has undertaken a significant amount of complex commercial litigation and arbitration work in Singapore, India, United Kingdom, Serbia, Switzerland and the Bahamas. In relation to transactional matters, his work spans Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Australia, Panama and China.
In addition to providing counsel to clients, Mr Gabriel has sits as a Regional Arbitrator at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre.
Mr Gabriel maintains an active interest in academic pursuits, having published a book, Legal Aspects of Syndicated Loans, Butterworths (UK). He recently authored an article entitled, "Burden of Proof and Stanard of Proof in Civil Litigation", that was published in the Singapore Academy of Law Journal. Mr Gabriel lectured for the Postgraduate Practical Course in Law (PLC) - a prerequisite course for trainee lawyers in Singapore before they are awarded their practising certificates. He has also worked as a law lecturer in Australian National University (ANU).