CN Bei Lo



CN Bei Lo practices in the area of corporate law. CN Bei Lo’s experience includes setting up limited companies, compliance secretarial work and due diligence. CN Bei Lo earned an M.Res. in 2014, an LL.M. in 2013 and an LL.B. in 2008 from Dagon University. He also earned an M.Min. from GETS College in 2010. Experience • Selvam & Partners Limited - Associate, 2017-present • Kelvin Chia Law Firm - Associate Lawyer, 2015-2017 - Assistant Associate Lawyer, 2013-2015 • Polastri Wint & Partner Firm - Lawyer, 2012-2013 Selected Publications • List of Existing Myanmar Laws Managed by Ministries , 2017 • Directory of Myanmar Laws (First Edition) , 2016

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Dagon University, M.Res, 2014; Dagon University, LL.M., 2013; GETS College, M.Min., 2010; Dagon University, LL.B., 2008
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Yangon, Myanmar

  • Yangon, Myanmar
    8th Floor, Al Gazal Tower , 10 Bo Yar Zar Street, Kyaukkone, Yankin Township
    Yangon,  00000

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