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He describes how the appointment has changed the nature of his cases and how he has adapted to work amid COVID-19.
The Director of BlackOak on what the new the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 will bring and why diversity in her area of law matters.
The lawyer at Essex Court Chambers Duxton delves into legal professional privilege and explains why its prevalence in legal matters is set to grow.
An interview with Albert Dinelli, who acted in the first known case where a Chinese commercial judgment was successfully recognised and enforced by the Australian courts.
Students across the country have begun the academic year in earnest. SAL marks the occasion with a look at the history of Singapore’s law faculty which took root at the then University of Malaya.ingapore’s first law faculty started in 1959 with barely three academic staff