Join the CHP Team

CHP is made up of a band of like-minded individuals from diverse backgrounds. We celebrate and harness this diversity, by collaborating with and complementing each other. In doing so, we have created a culture which benefits the firm, and our clients. Of course, this can only be achieved with the right people, because after all, our people are our most valuable of assets.

We are constantly searching for commercially savvy and competent lawyers, who are eager to be a part of our growing modern law practice. Most importantly, we are looking for people who are the right fit. If you are interested, please send your cover letter and CV to Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Training Contracts at CHP

At CHP, we ensure that our Trainees are well exposed to different areas of law – and commerce – regardless of the department they eventually wish to join. As such, all Trainees will be rotated within the firm so as to get a good mix of exposure to different fields.

CHP is continually looking for bright, fresh graduates who are keen on working with us to build a modern law practice. Although good grades will be a point of reference, they will not be the determining factor. We look for diversity and a sharp commercial mind, and will always seek out the added value our people bring to the table.

Applications from candidates seeking to be admitted to the Singapore Bar in from 2024 onwards are still open for Corporate, Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property and Real Estate roles. Please send your cover letter, CV, and university transcripts to

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Internships at CHP

Throughout the year, CHP is open to having bright young students, regardless of stage of study, to intern with us and learn more about modern law practice in Singapore, and how CHP works. In addition, we run a structured summer internship programme (4-8 weeks) for bright undergraduates, looking to find out more about legal practice. We look for diversity and an inquisitive mind and will always try to add value to our interns in one way or another.

Applications from candidates seeking to join us as interns are open throughout the year with our Corporate, Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property and Real Estate teams. For our structured summer internship programme, kindly submit your applications by 31 March each year. Please send your cover letter, CV, and academic transcripts to

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Current Job Openings

Senior Legal Executive/Legal Secretary

The Senior Legal Executive/Legal Secretary will provide full support to 2 lawyers in the Intellectual Property and Intangible Assets department (“Department”) and ensuring that the Department’s day-to-day operations run smoothly.

If you have been part of a support team and would like to advance to a paralegal, we would be more than happy to assist you in that career growth!

Paralegal Duties: (Training will be provided)

Monitor and attend to all email correspondences and documents relating to Trade Mark filings globally

• Conduct IP searches, prepare documents required for Trade Mark filing and electronically file Trade Mark applications online using IPOS Digital Hub (for Singapore’s applications) or WIPO’s e-portalMonitor timelines or deadlines for all IP matters

• Draft or prepare simple client engagement letter, including fee proposals and estimatesTake instructions from lawyers independently and assist on straightforward matters

• Perform Due Diligence on companies/clients by doing research via public data sources, web search or sanction lists.

• File Management - assist with improving or maintaining documents (execution of documents, filing and organising documents and information, legal templates, SOP, policies etc)

• Attend meetings with lawyers and take meeting notes when necessarySupport IP/IA team with other ancillary projects from time to time, including the preparation of training and presentation materials

Administrative Duties:

Provide general administrative support (File management, Invoice management, conflict/ACRA searches, handle expenses/claims for lawyers etc.)

• Attend to Power of Attorney, notarisation and legalisation of documents

• Calendar management and scheduling of meetings with various stakeholders

• Planning work travels i.e. book flights, accommodation and transportation

• Coordinate events such as meetings, events, speaking engagements, submission to the relevant authorities or organisations

• Attend to clients/stakeholders on phone or in person professionally

Job Requirements:

Diploma in Legal Studies or Degree with relevant qualifications or experience

• At least 3-4 years of relevant experience working in-house or law firm

• Good drafting skills (Comfortable to draft wide range of email correspondences, instructions and invoices)
• Able to multi-task and work in fast-paced environment with minimum supervision

• Proficient in English - Good verbal and written communication skills. A good command of a second language is a plus

• Proficient in Microsoft Office applicationsTeam player, proactive, motivated and personable

Candidates interested in the above opening should email their detailed resume, stating current and expected salary to