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Introduction Compared with cars and other four-wheelers, motorcycles are economical in terms of vehicle ownership, running costs, fuel economy, parking fees and maintenance. Motorcycles offer the convenience of manoeuvring easily through congested roads and require less parking space than four-wheelers. Motorcycle

Dear Members, This month, I will reiterate various cautions about cybersecurity in the light of a few recent incidents. The Law Society first issued an alert on 10 May to members on the “Goh Keng Law Firm” incident: Fraudsters Targeting Law Practices Dear Member, The

The Legal Aid and Advice Act (Cap. 160) (LAAA) was amended in May 2019 to enable the Director of Legal Aid to appoint selected legal executives (LEs) in the Legal Aid Bureau (LAB), who have suitable experience and qualifications, as

Welcome Remarks for Litigation Conference 2021 Minister Edwin Tong, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, and Second Minister for Law Deputy Registrar Phang Hsiao Chung, Supreme Court of Singapore Felicia Tan, Co-Chairperson, Civil Practice Committee, the Law Society of Singapore Ian Lim, Co-Chairperson, Organising

Commendation List The list of top 18 candidates was based on the distinctions awarded to candidates. Name No. of Distinctions Position in Class Ivan Ting Jung Hoe 3 Joint 1st Wang Brian Ziqiong 3   Jansheer Ahamed 2 Joint 3rd Beh Wei Quan 2   Chng Qi Yun, Clarice 2   Chua Xing Jian Graham 2   Megan Chua 2   Abigail Fong Jing Xin 2   Daryl Gan

Dear Colleagues at the Bar, For this month’s message, I have three major news items to share. Two of them are hot off the press. All three are especially relevant and timely in the context of promoting economic resilience in the

This was the speech delivered by President Gregory Vijayendran, SC at the Opening of the Legal Year on 11 January 2021. May it please Your Honours, Chief Justice, Justices of the Court of Appeal, Judges of the Appellate Division, Judges

This citation was read by President Gregory Vijayendran SC at the presentation of the C C Tan award on 31 December 2020. Good morning friends. It is my privilege and honour to read the citation for the C C Tan

Mr Philip Jeyaretnam, SC I am deeply honoured to receive the C C Tan Award. I thank the Council of the Law Society for this award. I especially appreciate receiving it from President Gregory Vijayendran, who has devoted himself to the

Wellbeing and Being Well In this closing message for the year, I want to share something largely non-law related for personal reflection and resolve. In the larger scheme of things, our life in the law is impacted by our wellbeing. We have