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More than 77% of lawyers prefer to have mediations conducted in-person and less than 2% would have mediations conducted in a mixed-mode fashion, i.e. a mix of attendees joining in-person and via video-conference.This was one of the key findings of

Navigating the Intricacies of Witness Preparation “A witness, upon hearing the answer of another witness (or observing the other witness’s reaction to the first witness’s answer), may come to doubt, second-guess, and eventually abandon or modify an answer which was actually

The Law Society’s purposes include, inter alia, maintaining and improving the standard of conduct and learning of the legal profession in Singapore, and facilitating the acquisition of legal knowledge by members of the legal profession.In line with our goals, the

This one’s for the children. The children of the profession.As I write this, I am aware of anecdotal feedback and have seen some guesstimates concerning sizable numbers of unretained practice trainees. This year’s narrative is not just about the individual

Dear Members,Hearty congratulations to the newly-called lawyers of the 2020 Mass Call! You would have been among the pioneer batch to receive the Law Society’s first ever Mass Call e-Goody bag and I certainly hope you will enjoy the benefits

Dear Members,On 12 June, we shared with you an infographic on the results of the membership-wide survey we had conducted from 13 May to 31 May 2020. The purpose of this survey was to obtain feedback from our members on

Dear Members, Survey Results of Economic Impact of COVID-19 and Action Steps As we know, the COVID-19 pandemic has severely devastated industries, companies and employees, disrupting businesses and our lives. Law firms in Singapore are no exception. A number of them (based