Shayna Robinson graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours), where she was awarded the Koh Han Kok Prize for Best Student in Public International Law. Shayna was an active mooter both internationally and domestically, emerging Champion in the Frankfurt Investment Arbitration Moot and Champion (Team) and Best Individual Negotiator in the BlackOak Transactional Negotiation Moot. Shayna was a case manager and Executive Committee member of The Innocence Project in law school, reviewing letters from prisoners relating to re-opening their cases.
Before entering law school, Shayna was 1 of 5 selected from a pool of over 100 applicants to be a United World College scholar. She attended United World College in Changshu China for 2 years from its founding as a boarding school with youths from about 100 countries, obtaining an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma with a raw score of 41 out of 42.
After high school, Shayna participated in Semester At Sea after being selected as 1 of 2 students from her United World College to be a Shelby Davis Gap Year Scholar, which entailed travelling on a ship taking college-level courses to 12 countries across 3 continents (Asia, Europe, and Africa). As part of the course, Shayna scored A+ in Public International Law, A+ in Global Studies, A+ in English Linguistics, and A in Comparative Government and Politics. During her gap year, Shayna also researched and drafted a White Paper published by the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore titled “Increasing Innovation and Productivity in Singapore: The Role of Gender Diversity and Inclusion”.
Shayna is fluent in both English and Tamil, and holds a Level 3 Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) certificate in Mandarin Chinese. She is preparing to take the Level 4 HSK exam on a self-taught basis.
Graduated from National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours)