Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo is the director of the Asian International Arbitration Centre (AIAC), chairman of the Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre and the global president of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (2016). His roll of honour includes being founding president of the Society of Construction Law, Malaysia, and past president of the Asia-Pacific Regional Arbitration Grouping (APRAG), which is a federation of nearly 40 arbitral institutions in the Asia‑Pacific region.
Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo is a chartered arbitrator and an advocate and solicitor of the High Court of Malaya (non-practising). He is a professional architect, registered town planner and a fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He has had numerous appointments as chairman, co-arbitrator in three-arbitrator panels and sole arbitrator in international and domestic arbitrations. He serves on the panel of numerous international arbitral institutions and organisations.
He is a visiting professor at the Faculty of Built Environment, University of Technology Malaysia and a past visiting professor at the Faculty of Law, National University of Malaysia. He is a member of the Monetary Penalty Review Committee set up under the Malaysian Financial Services Act 2013.
Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo has authored, co-authored and edited several books on arbitration, contract and construction law, including Law, Practice and Procedure of Arbitration, 2nd Edition, 2016, Lexis Nexis; Arbitration in Malaysia: A Practical Guide, 2016, Sweet & Maxwell; Construction Law in Malaysia, 2012, Sweet & Maxwell; The Malaysian Arbitration Act 2005 (Amended 2011) – An Annotation, 2013, Lexis Nexis; The PAM 2006 Form, 2010, Lexis Nexis; The Arbitration Act 2005 – UNCITRAL Model Law as Applied in Malaysia, 2007, Sweet & Maxwell; ‘The Malaysian Standard Form of Building Contract (The PAM 1998 Form)’, 1999, Malayan Law Journal.
In July 2015, Datuk Professor Sundra Rajoo was conferred with an honorary doctorate in law from Leeds Beckett University in England.