Posts tagged "Just Happened"
Block B Party 2020

Block B Party 2020

Block B Party, an annual tradition to celebrate the start of the second semester, was held on the first Friday of Semester 2. This year’s edition of the much-anticipated Block B Party was jointly brought to us by NUS Law Club and LSIRC. Unlike previous renditions, the ambitious organisers this year opted for the Upper...
Orientation Highlights Part 4: RAG & Flag

Orientation Highlights Part 4: RAG & Flag

Over a three-month period from June to August, NUS Law engages in a long-held tradition of welcoming new freshmen into the school through a series of Orientation programs. This series aims to cover the highlights of this year’s Orientation. The performers, instructors and floats of RAG 2019. RAG & Flag RAG & Flag – the...
Orientation Highlights Part 3: Matriculation Week

Orientation Highlights Part 3: Matriculation Week

Over a three-month period from June to August, NUS Law engages in a long-held tradition of welcoming new freshmen into the school through a series of Orientation programs. This series aims to cover the highlights of this year’s Orientation. Matriculation Week I would first like to applaud the Matriculation Week committee for a job well...
Orientation Highlights Part 2: Pro Bono Projects 

Orientation Highlights Part 2: Pro Bono Projects 

Over a three-month period from June to August, NUS Law engages in a long-held tradition of welcoming new freshmen into the school through a series of Orientation programs. This series aims to cover the highlights of this year’s Orientation. Freshmen Orientation Pro Bono Projects After Law Camp, the Pro Bono Projects kick in, allowing freshmen...
Orientation Highlights Part 1: Law Camp

Orientation Highlights Part 1: Law Camp

Over a three-month period from June to August, NUS Law engages in a long-held tradition of welcoming new freshmen into the school through a series of Orientation programs. This series aims to cover the highlights of this year’s Orientation. Law Camp Law Camp was held between 17 June 2019 to 20 June 2019. Aside from...
Gowling WLG IP Moot 2019

Gowling WLG IP Moot 2019

The Gowling WLG Intellectual Property (IP) Moot is Singapore’s only Intellectual Property mooting competition. It is organized by the NUS Law Mooting and Debating Club (MDC), and proudly sponsored by Gowling WLG and JurisAsia LLC with supported from the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore. Going strong in its third year running, the moot continues to provide...
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...
Extraordinary Courage: Project One in Four

Extraordinary Courage: Project One in Four

In one of its earliest forms, the word courage meant, ‘to speak one’s mind by telling all one’s heart’. … we typically associate courage with heroic and brave deeds. … Speaking from our hearts is what I think of as “ordinary courage”. Brené Brown, I Thought It Was Just Me: Women Reclaiming Power and Courage...
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...
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...