Many knew Mrs Thio Ying Ying (“Mrs Thio”) for how she miraculously managed to raise six children, and two grandchildren, even while heading an entire litigation department and more. Yet others knew her for her heavy involvement in church, her
As Singaporeans woke up on 9 August 2018 to celebrate Singapore’s National Day, we woke up to a new sad reality. Gina (as everyone remembers her) left us at about 4.45am that morning after battling cancer for about three months.
There are some we meet in passing and forget as soon as they go. There are some we remember with pleasure and feel honoured and privileged to know. He was that kind of person who leaves fond memories behind. That
I joined the Legal Service on 1 December 1985 and was posted to the Registry of Companies and Business, which was then at Colombo Court. Bright eyed and bushy tailed, I reported to work very early, at 7.30am. I expected
I consider it an honour to have been asked by the Law Society to write an article about the late Mr Lim Ewe Huat.My first encounter with him was as a lecturer in the older English doctrines in Civil Procedure
The most striking memory of Mr Lim Choon Mong (“LCM”) for most lawyers must be the sight of LCM holding court at the Subordinate Courts Bar Room, telling war stories to a circle of captive lawyers, with plumes of smoke
Joseph Grimberg was an exceptional lawyer and, above all, a person of integrity and honour.Joe, as he was known to almost everyone, said he chose Law, not out of an overwhelming desire to be a lawyer, but because he had