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Three years after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bench & Bar Games resumed across the first weekend of September 2023. This coincided with the extended weekend of Singapore’s sixth Presidential Election and Malaysia’s 66th National Day. As the

On the morning of 18 March 2023, the Law Society of Singapore held its Annual Cross-Country run and race at Bedok Reservoir Park. This year's event was particularly exciting, as it was the first in-person physical race post-pandemic. The event

COVID-19 gave us a timeout of two years where gatherings of the sporting kind were sadly put on hold. One such gathering which was sorely missed was the Law Fraternity Games (LFG) between the centenarians of the Law Society of

The past two years were peculiar years. Covid-19 robbed all sportsmen and sportswomen of the opportunity to gather and joust for honour and glory in their respective sports.  That is why the hosting of Piala Pala 2023 was both monumental and

Mr Chao Hick Tin was conferred honorary membership of the Law Society at the Society’s annual dinner on 18 November 2022. Here we present the citation read by President Adrian Tan, Mr Chao’s acceptance speech, as well as tributes from

Citation The citation for the C C Tan Award 2022 was read by Vice-President Jason Chan, SC at the Law Society’s annual dinner on 18 November 2022. The C C Tan Award was conferred on Mr Chew Kei-Jin. The C.C. Tan

The Law Society Annual Dinner was held on 18 November 2022 at Hotel Fort Canning. More than 400 members from the legal profession and judiciary attended the event this year. The theme of the Annual Dinner was “The Great Liberation”,

In spite of the threat of thunderstorms forecasted for the afternoon game, we are happy to report that the event went on smoothly with no play suspension. This was the first sporting event held by the Sports Committee of the Law

The lack of sporting events on our 2021 calendar has been a disappointment for many of us. Our annual cross-country run/race has always been a firm feature of our sporting calendar and is an event that many in the fraternity

With the COVID-19 pandemic in full swing this year, it was a huge disappointment that our Annual Cross Country Run/Race could not take place as we would have liked. This event has become a firm fixture on Law Society’s annual