Sheryl Janet George

Sheryl Janet George

Education

University College London (LL.B., 2012)
New York University School of Law (LL.M., 2013)

Bar Admissions

New York

Sheryl George is a disputes and compliance associate in the Singapore office of Morrison & Foerster. Her practice focuses on investigations and white-collar matters, regulatory and global compliance, including compliance due diligence for corporate transactions, as well as complex commercial disputes. Ms. George has particular expertise in fraud and corruption, money laundering, economic sanctions, cybercrime and cybersecurity, and a broad range of complex commercial matters.

Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Ms. George was a Deputy Public Prosecutor/ State Counsel in the Criminal Justice Division, Financial and Technology Crime Division, and the Advocacy Group of the Singapore Attorney-General’s Chambers, where she served as the lead prosecutor and state counsel on a wide variety of financial crime and regulatory matters, and successfully argued a number of cases before the High Court of the Republic of Singapore.

Ms. George received her Bachelor of Laws from University College London (UCL), and her Master of Laws in International Legal Studies from New York University School of Law (NYU). She participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition teams at both UCL and NYU. Ms. George is admitted to the bar in Singapore and New York, and is a registered foreign lawyer in Singapore. She is fluent in English and Bahasa Melayu, and conversant in Malayalam.

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