This article examines the recent repeal of section 377A of the Penal Code and the concurrent constitutional amendment to strengthen the institution of marriage as the union of one man and one woman. Specifically, it explains the jurisprudential significance of
This is the first of a two-part article that documents the earliest days of the Court of Judicature in Singapore and the problems in its administration.
By now most would have heard of how OpenAI’s ChatGPT has been taking the world by storm since its launch in late November 2022. Why is ChatGPT prompting so much discussion? Its interface is user-friendly, even for the Luddite. One merely
As Valentine’s day approaches every year, there will be the usual air of excitement (or anticipation) and for some, a sense of trepidation. This year was no different. Some wives would blame not receiving flowers on being married for many
Pursuant to section 93(5) of the Legal Profession Act, the Council of the Law Society is required to publish the findings and determination of the Disciplinary Tribunal in the Singapore Law Gazette or in such other media as the Council may determine