Dr Jack Tsen-Ta Lee is an Assistant Professor of Law at the School of Law of the Singapore Management University (SMU), where he teaches and researches constitutional and administrative law, and media law, and maintains an interest in heritage law. He graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB (Hons)) from the National University of Singapore in 1995 and qualified as an advocate and solicitor the following year. After working for about six years as a litigator, Jack obtained a Master of Laws (LLM) at University College London on a British Chevening Scholarship in 2003. He completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Law (PhD) at the Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, in 2012, where he was also a visiting lecturer and postgraduate teaching assistant for three years. He was the holder of a Lee Foundation Fellowship for Research Excellence in 2009–2010, and received SMU School of Law's Most Promising Teacher Award for 2010–2011. Click here for information on Jack's academic writings, and follow him on Twitter at @smuconlaw.