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LawMed 2018 Roundup (Part 4)

LawMed 2018 Roundup (Part 4)

Men’s Basketball After a disappointing Law Fraternity Games in January, the Men’s Basketball team doubled down on training amidst LARC Memos, Constitutional Law Assignments and getting ready to graduate (Yes, You Xiang, I’m talking about you, old man). The team worked hard on improving their zone defence and their offensive spacing. Whilst there were some...
LawMed 2018 Roundup (Part 3)

LawMed 2018 Roundup (Part 3)

Men’s Volleyball Starting at an ungodly hour of 11 am (on a weekend), our team ventured forth into the somewhat unknown territory of Kent Ridge. While the game remained the same, the players did not. The experienced seniors from the class of 2017 had departed for the more prestigious lands of Law Society. However, there...
LawMed 2018 Roundup (Part 2)

LawMed 2018 Roundup (Part 2)

Handball Most Sunday mornings entail snuggling in bed and waiting for the alarm clock to drag you up. But not this Sunday morning. By 8.30 am, the team was already warming up under the scorching sun. Having beaten Medicine the previous year, the team was quietly confident it could repeat the feat, especially with IVP...
LawMed 2018 Roundup (Part 1)

LawMed 2018 Roundup (Part 1)

Following the conclusion of the Inter-Faculty Games last year, the next major sporting event in the school calendar see the Law and Medicine faculty square off in the annual LawMed Games. Here at Justified, we seek to bring you coverage of the wide array of sports in a 4-part special.
LawMed 2017: Debates

LawMed 2017: Debates

They say all good things must come to an end. It is on this note that the much awaited debate on Friday drew a proper closure to the LawMed Games. Both teams convened in the Auditorium, ready to spill blood. Perhaps to reflect current concerns, the motion this year struck close to home. The questioned...
LawMed 2017: Netball

LawMed 2017: Netball

The strong team of 18 girls, after months of consistent training sessions each week with blood, sweat and tears were raring to go on the scheduled date for LawMed (24th of February) but were thwarted by heavy rain throughout the day. Having run afoul of the Weather gods and with no indoor court available, the...
LawMed 2017: Ultimate Frisbee

LawMed 2017: Ultimate Frisbee

The popularity of Ultimate Frisbee continues to rise – a few years back, it was formally recognised as a potential Olympic sport. The rules of the game are simple: teams of seven (made up of both men and women, a truly egalitarian sport) try and pass the disc up the field. Running with the disc...
LawMed 2017: Dota 2

LawMed 2017: Dota 2

What’s DOTA 2? DOTA 2 or DotA (as it was originally known) is the Defence of the Ancients 2, is a multiplayer online battle arena game where five players take on another five in a super complicated fight where deaths do not matter at all – but rather the Defence of your Ancient. Since its...
LawMed 2017: Floorball (Women's)

LawMed 2017: Floorball (Women’s)

It was a scorching Saturday morning during recess week when the women’s floorball team gathered at Valhall to face off against their rivals from Medicine. Some dedicated members of the team had even come from an earlier Lawmed match, but still tirelessly warmed up before the floorball game.   Both sides were eager to prove...
LawMed 2017: Handball (Women's)

LawMed 2017: Handball (Women’s)

The rays of the sun broke through the skies after what was a rainy morning (presumably, since the ground was moist to the touch and the seats had mini water puddles on them). Under the glare of the hot sun, the Women’s Handball match took place at the courts near university hall: 7 individuals from...
LawMed 2017: Soccer (Women's)

LawMed 2017: Soccer (Women’s)

Presenting to you… *drum roll please* your star players, history makers, game changers from the Faculty of Law! Okay, I kid, but we (or rather, our star player, Shannon) did make history by scoring our very first 2 goals since the beginning of time.     The first half proved to be teeth clenching as...
LawMed 2017: Handball (Men's)

LawMed 2017: Handball (Men’s)

“Eh, Law vs Medicine sia! But why only these two faculties ah like so elitist…” Shifting uncomfortably, I tried to cover the ‘NUS LAW’ logo on my shirt in case the passer-by directed that question to me. I focussed my attention on our warriors in red: Our dedicated team arrived early in the morning to...