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LCF Feature - WongPartnership LLP

LCF Feature – WongPartnership LLP

  WongPartnership is a premier law firm, specialising in various fields of law including mergers and acquisitions. They have also been involved in high-profile litigation and arbitration matters, as well as advisory and transactional work. Recently, the firm launched WPG, a regional law network, comprising WongPartnership and its member firms from countries around the region....
LCF Feature - Tan Kok Quan Partnership

LCF Feature – Tan Kok Quan Partnership

Tan Kok Quan Partnership is a leading full-service law firm providing legal services across a broad spectrum of industry sectors. Today their firm has grown to more than 35 lawyers and continues to have a reputation for top-quality legal services, frequently garnering plaudits from clients and independent leading legal publications such as Asian Legal Business,...
LCF Feature - Dechert Singapore

LCF Feature – Dechert Singapore

  Dechert is a global law firm that focuses on high-stakes matters in sectors with the greatest complexities, intricacies and regulatory demands. Dechert has been involved in numerous corporate deals throughout the world, as well as a major player in the fields of financial services and investment management and litigation and arbitration. To date, they...
LAW IV 2018: A Review (Part 2)

LAW IV 2018: A Review (Part 2)

On Sunday 24 February, I caught the well-anticipated musical Valediction, produced by the graduating batch of NUS Law students. It is a long-standing tradition for the Year 4s to stage a musical, also known as Law IV, for a good cause. This year, all proceeds from Law IV will go to Hagar Singapore, a non-profit organisation...
BTC Fashion: Networking

BTC Fashion: Networking

Life is easy when you wake up, put on a shirt and shorts, and just head off to school for lectures. Turn up in your pyjamas even! But when there is a formal event in school – worse still, one that you are scheduled to attend – a simple 5-minute morning routine could transform into...
Gowling IP Moot 2018

Gowling IP Moot 2018

The Gowling WLG Intellectual Property (IP) Moot is Singapore’s only Intellectual Property mooting competition, organized by the NUS Law Mooting and Debating Club (MDC). Proudly sponsored by Gowling WLG and JurisAsia LLC, and supported by the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, all finalists this year were awarded attractive internships and cash prizes. As an award...
Valentine's Day 2018

Valentine’s Day 2018

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was Valentine’s Day. While the event, unfortunately, coincided with actual classes, we at NUS Law still saw space for celebrating this day. The event soon picked up momentum: more than a week before, posters went up advertising the Law Students’ International Relations...
Meat Smith Review

Meat Smith Review

Address: 167-169 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore (068618) Cuisine tags: Barbecue, Smoked, American Deep-South Good for: Raucous evenings, hearty fare and TGIFs Summary: A cheat day for the innate, carnivorous beast that’s really part of your genetic makeup   *“So bye-bye, Miss American Pie Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry And...
LAW IV 2018: Behind the Curtains (Part 1)

LAW IV 2018: Behind the Curtains (Part 1)

Every year, the graduating batch of students put up a musical performance, Law IV, for a worthy cause. Each aspect of the musical is only possible with the collective hard work of their entire batch. Justified goes behind the scenes to find out what this year’s production team has been up to!
Short Chat with Siu Chen - Insights with a Librarian

Short Chat with Siu Chen – Insights with a Librarian

On the way into BTC (by car, at least), there’s a series of banners featuring NUS student and staff, including a particular librarian from the NUS Central Library. The faint memory of this banner, combined with a newfound desire to interview different subjects outside of just professors and students, cumulates into an idea of interviewing...
ReVietalize 2017

ReVietalize 2017

From 3 to 9 December 2017, the NUS Pro Bono Group (“PBG”) participated in an inaugural exchange in Hanoi, Vietnam. The Vietnamese universities participating included the Foreign Trade University (“FTU”), Hanoi Law University (“HLU”) and National Economics University (“NEU”).
Farewell, Prof. Fordham - Insights with Professor Margaret Fordham

Farewell, Prof. Fordham – Insights with Professor Margaret Fordham

Professor Fordham’s office, upon entering, is overwhelmingly homey. She has left her door open for us. The orange-tinted lamps are a stark contrast to the cold, fluorescent glow of the Federal Building lights outside. Her desk is decorated with ornaments and glass bowls full of stationery. She has the Tort Law study guide open in...