Disclosure of Unused Material, and Calling of Witnesses at Trial (Part II) This two-part article examines two aspects intimately related to a prosecutor’s role as a Minister of Justice – the Prosecution’s duty to disclose unused material, and its discretion to
Lessons for Court-administered ADR Services New York and Singapore are both highly regarded centres of mediation practice and scholarship, at the very forefront of the development of the industry globally. Both cities offer its lawyers world-class mediation training opportunities that are
“The market value of a lawyer is inextricably linked with the non-negotiable calling card of integrity and ethical propriety. The Law Society is finalising a sequel to the 2019 Professional Ethics Digest to be released this quarter. That will contain
Many law firms around the world are implementing an approach called “legal project management,” which appears unheard of to others. It has been described as a “must have” by certain firms and legal departments and a “fleeting fad” by some.
Taking legal training and education to the next level: A case for enhanced academia-practitioner collaboration Calls for reforms to legal education and training are not new. Much of the debate has been over whether legal education and training is fit
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by Tan Boon Gin The back cover of The Law on Corruption in Singapore: Cases and Materials (2nd Edition) by Tan Boon Gin describes the book as one “written for both lawyers and lay persons”. My first port of call was