Kelvin F.K. Low read law at the National University of Singapore and Oxford University and started his academic career at the National University of Singapore. Prior to rejoining his alma mater, he taught at the University of Hong Kong, Singapore Management University, and City University of Hong Kong. Kelvin’s research interest spans the field of private law but with a particular interest in property, broadly defined. He has published internationally with leading journals such as the Law Quarterly Review, the Modern Law Review, the International & Comparative Law Quarterly, the American Journal of Comparative Law, Melbourne University Law Review, Lloyd’s Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly and Legal Studies. He is a co-author of the 2nd and 3rd editions of The Law of Personal Property, the leading personal property text in the Commonwealth and co-author of the 3rd and 4th editions of Tan Sook Yee’s Principles of Singapore Land Law, the leading Singapore land law text. His works have been cited by the courts in Australia, Canada, England and Wales, Hong Kong SAR, Malaysia, New Zealand, and Singapore as well as law commissions and law reform bodies in Australia, England and Wales, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, and Singapore. His article on legal taxonomy is a prescribed reading in the Legal Research Method Seminar for Oxford’s DPhil. He has previously held editorial positions with the Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, the Singapore Year Book of International Law, Hong Kong Law Journal, and Property Law Review and is presently a Co-Editor of Trust Law International and is the Co-Editor-in-Chief for the Asia Pacific Law Review. He has served as a referee for leading journals across the Commonwealth, including the Law Quarterly Review, the Modern Law Review, the American Journal of Comparative Law, Cambridge Law Journal, Legal Studies, Journal of Equity, Melbourne University Law Review, Sydney Law Review, Law, Innovation and Technology, and the Hong Kong Law Journal, as well as for the Leverhulme Trust. In 2019, he was inducted as an Academician into the International Academy of Estate and Trust Law and he presently serves in its Asia Pacific Regional Membership Committee. He has served in various key administrative roles since 2005, including Acting Director of Student Exchange and Director of Mixed Degrees at the University of Hong Kong, Associate Dean (External Relations) at Singapore Management University, and LLB Programme Director at City University of Hong Kong. He also served as the External Member for the University of Hong Kong’s Juris Doctor Programme Review Panel in 2018.