It is no surprise that Loh Jing Rou embodies the lively essence of her Penang hometown with her adventurous spirit and fondness for challenging experiences. Hailing from the graduating class of 2018, Jing Rou has since flourished into an ardent advocate for human rights and currently holds the esteemed position of Human Rights Officer in the Office of Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on Law & Human Rights. This thrill-seeker is always open to observing the world through the lenses of adrenaline-filled adventures — be it hiking, scuba diving, or skydiving — all while advocating for human rights and equality.
Known within the Faculty as an all-rounder due to her unconventional yet impressive forays in various areas such as moots, case competitions, and youth leadership, Qi Hui’s journey to self-discovery is less travelled for a reason. Her journey is one of perseverance and resilience — made possible by kind souls along the way — has taught her to remain genuine and humble.
Tempted by the bright lights and prestige of law, Qi Hui chose to pick law over other fields. Yet, her early days in law school were blighted with insecurities. She recalls the heartbreak after missing the Dean’s List in her first semester, in spite of her meticulous preparations. Only then did she decide to venture beyond the comforts of libraries and lecture halls, placing her values beyond the assigned grades. One door has led to another, and today, these quests exude radiance to Qi Hui’s retelling of her law school journey.