Specialist Accreditation Scheme

 
Legal practitioners with at least 10 years’ PQE may apply to be a Senior Accredited Specialist in Building and Construction Law. Applications open on 1 July 2017 and close on 31 August 2017. Interested applicants are advised to familiarise themselves with the information guide on Building and Construction Law 2017 and download the application and reference statement forms for completion. Click here for more information.

Specialist Accreditation Scheme

  

SAL Distinguished Speaker Lecture - The Doctrine of Penalties in Modern Contract Law

 
The Honourable Chief Justice James Allsop AO will examine the history of the doctrine of penalties, its development and its place in modern contract law.
 
There is no registration fee for this lecture but seats are limited and are offered on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. To register, click here.

SALDS

  

Practical Aspects of Business Valuation for Litigation Lawyers

 
This workshop focuses on the valuation approaches/methodologies commonly used to value business and equity. Additionally, the workshop will also cover the valuation standards adopted internationally, valuation context, areas pertaining to the fundamental concepts and principles of valuation as well as the valuation premise and definitions of values used commonly in the financial and corporate world. Click here to sign up.

Business Valuation

  

The Use and Abuse of Trusts and Other Wealth Management Devices Conference

SAL Innovations and Ideas Scheme (SALIIS)

 
 

Event Highlights

The Use and Abuse of Trusts and Other Wealth Management Devices Conference 2017
This SAL Signature Conference is supported by the SAL’s Conference Partners, The Centre for Cross-Border Commercial Law in Asia, School of Law, Singapore Management University and York Law School, University of York. It brings together legal practitioners, academics and other professionals working in the area of trusts and wealth for lively and in-depth discussion of the developments in the laws and regulations impacting this area of practice.

Competition Law Conference 2017
This SAL Signature Conference is supported by the SAL's Conference Partner, the Competition Commission of Singapore. It brings together professionals in the legal industry, and policy-makers, academics and regulators for an in-depth review and critical discussion of latest issues in competition law and regulation.

Sentencing Conferencee 2017: Review, Rehabilitation and Reintegration
This SAL Signature Conference is supported by the SAL's Learning Partner, the State Courts of Singapore. This established conference is an opportunity for legal practitioners, legal service officers, academics and members of the Judiciary to dialogue on issues impacting sentencing in criminal prosecutions locally and globally.

 
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eLitigation Administrative Module Training
Focused on providing experiential teaching through effective use of case studies, the programme will cover the filing steps and functionalities of the system as well as key modules of eLitigation.

Practical Aspects of Business Valuation for Litigation Lawyers
This one-day intensive workshop will prepare litigation lawyers to handle the practical aspects of business valuation. The workshop will provide an insight into the role of business valuers in the arbitration and litigation setting. It will cover the valuation standards adopted internationally, valuation context, areas pertaining to the fundamental concepts and principles of valuation as well as the valuation premise and definitions of values used commonly in the financial and corporate world.

 
 
 
 
 

The Law of Agency (2nd Edition)

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