“How has Covid affected the way you practise law?” I was asked this question recently.
Whilst we are treading into the endemic stage of Covid now, there is discussion that life is returning to what it was pre-Covid. The new normal
Since last July, one friend that has been constantly been in my thoughts was Malathi Das.
We spoke on the phone, a lot on Whatsapp and met on 5th April.
Much has been said about Mal as a spokeswoman for women, children
As Singapore opens up from the pandemic, I ask myself when the legal profession will open up.
Before I receive hate mail, I would like to ask if the legal profession has kept up with the times and evolved? And did
Law Society President Adrian Tan has raised the perennial problem of young lawyers not staying long on the legal course. This reminds me of my own legal journey. Next month will mark my 25 years in law. And it was
I do not know whether it was the COVID-19 restrictions or continuous working from home or lack of socialising or lack of travel. One thing was clear – I was feeling flat, unmotivated and uninspired a few months ago. For
Mental health has been the talk of the town since the pandemic started lasted year. To me, it is one of the most important aspects of a lawyer’s well-being.
Often, lawyers lament that they are mentally exhausted by their law practice
The theme of the Institute of Policy Studies conference held in Singapore this month was Reset. Such an apt word in this climate that we live in. The word stuck in my mind and I started thinking about what reset
Last year was a good year for learning. I learnt many valuable life lessons, one of which was placing others first.
In the fiercely competitive society we live in, we do our best to stand up and out amongst the crowd
If there is one word to describe 2020, I would say it is change. I would not be exaggerating to say that we went through changes every other month this year.
Changes can be categorized as positive or negative. The changes