Adeline Chin, Director

Adeline Chin is the director and co-founder of Law Asia 365 Sdn Bhd. She graduated with a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), Law, (Hons) degree from the prestigious University of London. She also holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Business Administration and Management from Sydney Business School.

She comes from a diverse professional background of sales and product management as well as event hosting and organization before joining the legal industry in the field of Knowledge Management (KM).

In her capacity as Knowledge Management (KM) professional, she has designed and implemented information databases and processes to aid better knowledge flow within the organization and expanded the organization’s web of affiliations.

She also managed several innovative knowledge projects including revamping the business development structure for law firms, designed and deployed a structured student attachment programme tailored to complement traditional classroom learning with the necessary exposure and practical skills required by prospective legal professionals in the real world, and structuring a merger between Knowledge Management (KM) and law firm Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

She also co-founded Cyrus Law Books, a book retailer specializing on the sale of law book titles from Malaysia, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and many other jurisdictions.

Dylan Lim, Accounts Executive

A motivated and ambitious individual, Dylan is responsible for accounting management, credit control and accounts receivable. He also assists clients with issues like billing matters and inquiries. Dylan works closely with the lawyers and their customers to understand the challenges and long-term aspirations for the organization.

In his spare time Dylan enjoys a variety of activities such as traveling, exploring new culture and trying out new cuisines.

Andrew Lawasia365


Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Law (LL.B) degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Law from University of Tasmania, Australia. He was subsequently admitted as a barrister and solicitor in the Supreme Court of Tasmania in 2013.

He has experience working in the legal industry, a non-for profit government organization. foundation and also in the insurance industry. When he has nothing better to do, he can be found hiking, reading, gaming or practicing kendo.