Violet graduated from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in 2016 with an honours degree in Chemistry and Biological Chemistry, and a minor in Environmental Sustainability. During her final year in NTU, she enrolled in an overseas exchange programme to Imperial College London where she worked on the use of ammonium persulfate as an oxidant in organic synthesis for her final year project. She was awarded a scholarship by National University of Singapore (NUS) Graduate School - Integrative Sciences and Engineering Programme in 2016. The focus of her PhD research was on discovering new modes of activation for platinum(IV) prodrugs to achieve controlled anticancer drug delivery.
Violet is currently training to become a registered patent attorney in Singapore.
The Federal Court of Appeal recently dismissed Dragona Carpet Supplies Mississauga Inc.'s (Dragona Mississauga) appeal of a Federal Court decision (2022 FC 1042) denying Dragona Mississauga's passing off claim.
In the recent case of Chiaro Technology Limited v Mayborn (UK) Limited, the UK High Court confirmed that a registered design will not extend to protect aspects of shape that are required for technical function purposes even if the overall design is visually different from anything else on the market.