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When Michael Hwang SC decided to retire from the partnership of the significant law firm he had spent his entire practising career at to practice as an arbitrator, he was generous in his comments to those he had worked with

Tommy Koh, Scott Wightman, ed., 2019 Straits Times Press Historian Edward Hallett Carr wrote that “History would not be worth writing or reading if it had no meaning”[ref]TLS 26 December 1954[/ref]; but searching for meaning presents an interesting conundrum ever since

Financial Services Law and Regulation by Dora Neo, Hans Tjio, Lan Luh LuhSingapore is widely regarded as a thriving financial centre and regional hub, supported by a pro-business environment and stable legal system. Financial services are regulated under different legislative frameworks

When I picked up Dr William Wan's book, Through the Valley, my first impression was that it is a book for the older reader. After reading the first couple of chapters, however, I realised that the book is for every

UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts – An Article-by-Article Commentary by Eckart J. BrödermannA standard (American) English dictionary defines “vade mecum” as a manual or guide “sufficiently compact to be carried in a deep pocket”.Given the deep-pocket costs of international litigation and

Dr Gopalan Raman, or G Raman as he is popularly known, is The Authority on probate, wills and administration in Singapore. His learned opinion on estate issues are often sought by warring litigants and relied on by the Courts. Quite

Edited by Anselmo Reyes and Weixia GuThe 21st Century has been heralded as the Asian Century. In the not too distant future, the global economy will pivot towards the Asian region, with its enormous growth potential and economic development. The

Silver Shades of Grey: Memos for Active Ageing in the 21st Century By Kanwaljit SoinSilver Shades of Grey: Memos for Active Ageing in the 21st Century by Dr Kanwaljit Soin is of great interest to me for many reasons, not least

As an incoming 3rd year student in the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore over a decade back, I was informed by well-meaning seniors that the Law of Evidence course was, arguably, one of the most challenging,