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In our oral history programme, we have the privilege of speaking to some of the best trial lawyers in Singapore. When asked to recall their most memorable cases, it is often not surprising to hear that these are not their headline trials but occasions where they manage to uncover a gem of evidence that turned the tide in their favour.
"I had the privilege, after university, to work with the Judges of Appeals as a Justices’ Law Clerk. Even though I was fresh from law school, I found the judges extremely patient and understanding."
Words may be the go-to way of explaining the law, but they aren’t the only way, proves this NUS student.
Access actual pleadings selected for inclusion by sitting judges.
"I never planned to be where I am today: I didn’t plan to go into Legal Service, I didn’t plan to go into cybercrime, and I certainly didn’t plan to be involved in legal technology!"