This article provides a brief introduction to how artificial intelligence is likely to affect the raison d'etre of lawyers – the ability to exercise legal reasoning. With increased computing power and computational research, the way that lawyers and judges reason
Since the Mental Capacity Act (Cap. 177A, 2010 Rev. Ed.) (“MCA”) came into force, there has been significant judicial clarifications on various issues on the Act. This commentary surveys the significant cases for practitioners and relevant individuals to note the
The new frontier in healthcare is telehealth: the use of infocomm technology in providing healthcare services over physically separate environments. This article examines the existing framework that regulates telehealth in Singapore and highlights emerging legal issues that merit further consideration.
In recent times, courts in Singapore and elsewhere have been grappling with the issue of delegability of duty of care.
Genesis In 2016, Council commissioned the Young Lawyers’ Task Force (“YLTF”) to study ways in which the professional training and the professional lives of young lawyers could be elevated. This culminated in a report formally adopted by Council in 2017 (“the