When we received calls on Sunday 30 May 2021 that our soon to be called former pupil Vikram Kumar Tiwary had passed away peacefully in his sleep the previous day, we went into a numb shock. Vikram was only 28
It is a bitter-sweet honour to be penning this for my good friend and buddy, Mr V Subramaniam. His life and mine had intertwined for years. It is also with a great amount of irony that I am penning this.
Dear Mr Lee Cheong Hoh,
To a senior lawyer whom I won't forget
I will forever remember your patience when you listened to me.
I had complained about law practice when I met you in the Court.
You listened to me and assured
Dr Gopalan Raman was born in 1938 in Chendoroh, North Perak. He came from a rather poor family. In 1948 his family moved to Singapore which changed his life. After completing his primary education he was accepted into Raffles
Not all of you would have known or even met Zaminder Singh Gill. Zaminder was a lawyer in private practice. Unfortunately, Zaminder went through a difficult time in his personal and professional life recently. He passed away on Monday morning
Lawyer Ng Hwee Cheng Doreen passed away peacefully in her sleep on 10 October 2016 at the age of 77. She is best remembered for her unflagging passion for law and strong support for legal education. In September this year,
This eulogy for the late Mr Elias was presented by Mr Philip Fong on behalf of the firm at the Memorial Service held on 6 October 2020.
Thelma, Naomi, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen.
I first encountered Harry when I was still
Annabel was born in 1948 - at home – after our father cycled from her parents' home in Upper Serangoon to Geylang, to fetch the mid-wife.
She was born into a family of sporting enthusiasts and she took to the family
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.