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Law School Women's Fashion (Year 2)

Law School Women’s Fashion (Year 2)

Greetings law school! The Law School Fashion is back this semester with a bigger and better collection of fashionable styles from the ladies – It’s LAW SCHOOL WOMEN’S FASHION! This time, we bring you five chic and fashionable ladies from Year 2 to share their individual fashion philosophies. 1. Venessa Phoa – High Street Chic...
Law School Men's Fashion (Part 4)

Law School Men’s Fashion (Part 4)

Greetings law school! Today, we have invited not five, but SIX dashing guys from Year 2 (a.k.a. BTC BOYZ) to share with us their fashion philosophies! This would be the last article of our four-part Men’s Fashion series, but do look out for more updates from Justified for the upcoming year. (: 1. Joel Tieh...
Interview With Aunty Tara: Likeabox

Interview With Aunty Tara: Likeabox

  With limited lunch options in and around the school, what better news is there than an initiative which brings to you yummy meals? The brainchild of Anupriya A Daniel, Zhang Zhefei, Christina Liew, and Low Jia Yan, Like a Box is a non-profit social enterprise which aims to bring joy to our palates and tummies, and all...
Law School Men’s Fashion (Part 3)

Law School Men’s Fashion (Part 3)

Greetings law school! The Men’s Fashion Column is back yet again and this time, we bring you the stylish knockouts from Year 4! Before they graduate and step out into the workforce to have a life (or the lack thereof), they have kindly shared with us some fashion advice for us juniors to follow. 1....
Varsity Voices

Varsity Voices

When New York Times equated watching Trinity College’s Choir performance to being in heaven, they probably were not informed of our very own NUSChoir concert’s imminent performance. Or else, they would have reserved those exact words for Varsity Voices instead. At this juncture, it is worth noting that Varsity Voices was far from turning into...
Law School Men's Fashion (Part 2)

Law School Men’s Fashion (Part 2)

Greetings law school! The Men’s fashion is back yet again to brighten up your day with some fashionable/interesting/creative looks around. This time round, we have gathered five Year 3 law students to share with us their creative looks and their fashion philosophies. 1. Leslie Lim What is your fashion philosophy? Leslie: Practicality meets style. For...
2015 Jessup Moot Nationals: Running Diary

2015 Jessup Moot Nationals: Running Diary

Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the 2015 Jessup Moot National Round. This year, Joseph Tay and myself will be bringing you live updates. Do join us over on Twitter this Saturday, from 9am onwards, to keep up with the fresh updates (if you retweet @WassupInJessup enough, we may possibly win the Jessup Best Tweet award. Prestigious.)!...
[Dialawgues] Summit Senior Chef Raj

[Dialawgues] Summit Senior Chef Raj

You’ve read some stories about the non-academic staff and personnel in law school – Remember Auntie Saddiah from the NUS Co-op @ BTC, who’s always game for a little chat with us students? There was also Summit chef Suresh Krishnan, the ‘Briyani man’, who’s pretty much the teacher-shifu to current Senior Chef of the Indian food stall, Rajasekaran Manjini. It’s...
Law School Men's Fashion

Law School Men’s Fashion

I’m sure most of us have had those days where we just stare blankly into the wardrobe and not know what to wear for the day. Luckily for the guys, I have gathered a few fashionable guys around school to tell us more about their fashion philosophy and to showcase some of their outfits which...
Amsterdam

Amsterdam

Coming back from a continent so wholly different from yours after a seven-month jaunt is (very) daunting. Humidity, accents and bright lights aside, there exists a sense of displacement. Many of us woke up in our beds after this extended period only to think: Was it all a dream?*   In some sense, it was...

Glut of Lawyers Part 1: Interview with Professor Chesterman

  The past few months have seen a ruckus in the legal sector relating to the supply of lawyers. This began with Law Minister Shanmugam’s statements at the Criminal Justice Conference 2014, organized by NUS Law Criminal Justice Club (Article may be found at http://justice.sg/2014/08/21/criminal-justice-conference-2014/), and caused some consternation amongst our students. This confirmed the oft-stated...
17 Signs you're an NUS Law Freshman

17 Signs you’re an NUS Law Freshman

    This is a light-hearted article written from the point of view of a reasonable freshman, who tried to observe and imagine what most freshmen would have gone through up until now. If you’re a freshman, you’d probably relate. If you aren’t, you can still look back and laugh as you reminisce your year...