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39 Modular Credits: Law Club Interview (Part 3)

39 Modular Credits: Law Club Interview (Part 3)

The Law Club elections are long over by now, but we’ll all remember this round of elections as something different from the previous years’ – contested! Two factions (or rather, one faction and a single person) campaigning vigorously against each other at the start of the semester, handing out a variety of baked goods and...
39 Modular Credits: Law Club Interview (Part 2)

39 Modular Credits: Law Club Interview (Part 2)

The Law Club elections are long over by now, but we’ll all remember this round of elections as something different from the previous years’ – contested! Two factions (or rather, one faction and a single person) campaigning vigorously against each other at the start of the semester, handing out a variety of baked goods and...
39 Modular Credits: Law Club Interview (Part 1)

39 Modular Credits: Law Club Interview (Part 1)

The Law Club elections are long over by now, but we’ll all remember this round of elections as something different from the previous years’ – contested! Two factions (or rather, one faction and a single person) campaigning vigorously against each other at the start of the semester, handing out a variety of baked goods and...
Block B Party 2019

Block B Party 2019

Just like how some flowers bloom once a year, here is our review on the annual block B party. This year’s edition of the much-anticipated Block B Party was jointly brought to us by NUS Law Club and LSIRC, it was definitely lit, both figuratively and literally –as seen from the tastefully-placed fairy lights. Kudos...
Jypsy Review

Jypsy Review

Jypsy Review Address: 38 Martin Road S(239059) Cuisine tags: Japanese, fusion, new restaurants   Good for: Weekend brunch Summary: Artistic plating and creative flavors that pleases more than just the eyes P.S. While often used as a post scriptum, P.S. is the dominant feature and a most appropriate starting place for this review. You’ve probably...
NUS Arts Festival: past//present (Part 1: The Show)

NUS Arts Festival: past//present (Part 1: The Show)

A little over a month ago, Justified received an email invitation from the NUS Centre For The Arts (CFA) to watch a theatre production, presented as part of the annual NUS Arts Festival series of concerts. I mean, it’s not every day we get exclusively invited to events – I felt almost like an influencer...
Inter-Faculty Games 2018: Part 2

Inter-Faculty Games 2018: Part 2

This year’s IFG Coverage has been brought to you by the IFG Captains. Justified would like to thank the Captains for their enthusiasm and support. HANDBALL Credit: Chu Khe Han (Y2) DODGEBALL “We really weren’t outclassed in any way, and we are hoping to win it next year.” Credit: Julian Tang (Y2) REVERSI Credit: Rebecca Loo...
Inter-Faculty Games 2018: Part 1

Inter-Faculty Games 2018: Part 1

About this year’s IFG Coverage: This year’s IFG Coverage has been brought to you by the IFG Captains. Justified would like to thank the Captains for their enthusiasm and support.   SWIMMING “IFG swimming won 3rd overall for both Male and Female! tbh it’s been a super fun journey lol i think we’re one of the...
NUS Law Gains Act - CCAB Schedule 1

NUS Law Gains Act – CCAB Schedule 1

Hey Law School! Been sitting around studying too much? Or just sitting around? The next time you have a spare half-hour, instead of watching another YouTube video, why not head outdoors for a quick workout? Why not the gym? Going to the gym is all fine and good, but the most glaring disadvantage is: YOU...
SLR Annual Lecture 2018: The Obsolescent Judge

SLR Annual Lecture 2018: The Obsolescent Judge

This Tuesday, the Singapore Law Review (SLR) hosted their Annual Lecture, one of the key events  for NUS Law and many in the legal industry. This year, the 30th SLR Annual Lecture was delivered by Justice Aedit Abdullah (Class of 1994), who was appointed High Court Judge in 2017. Keeping in mind the objectives of...
B.A. Mallal Moot 2018

B.A. Mallal Moot 2018

Kickstarting this year’s domestic moot calendar was the much-anticipated Bashir Ahmad Mallal (or ‘B.A. Mallal’) Moot, organised by the NUS Law Mooting and Debating Club and kindly sponsored by Allen & Gledhill LLP.  As one of the oldest and most prestigious domestic mooting competitions, this year’s iteration of the Moot had high participation rates from...
Just Punishment 2018

Just Punishment 2018

On 5 October 2018, the Criminal Justice Club co-hosted its yearly event with the European Union (EU). This year’s instalment was on the contentious section 300(c) of the Penal Code, which has been amended in 2012 to allow judges discretion in deciding between life imprisonment and the death penalty. Section 300 of the Penal Code...