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It’s been about 15 years since I embarked on my law degree on an apple-shaped island down under. Back in the day, Tasmania had a small but growing Singaporean population of mostly law and medicine undergraduates. Unfortunately, UTAS was a

“There are just two questions to ask to attain success in business: First, ‘What business am I in?’ Second, ‘How’s business?’” I always find this quote from Peter F. Drucker to be an elegantly simple encapsulation of how to run the rule over

The Women in Practice Committee speaks to Elaine Low, a criminal lawyer who is a new mother as well. Elaine talks about juggling practice as a working mother in an essentially male dominated practice area, and how law firms can

Law firms that communicate with their employees about what they want from work and put in place smart strategies to deliver workplace promises will have a huge advantage in attracting and retaining the best talent. We are hearing a lot about

While issues of AI, technology and innovative business models have dominated discussions about the changing landscape for legal practices, another significant factor is the movement of talent. In more traditional and multi-generational practices, the founding or senior partners of law

Conversations with Adrian Tan and Ng Wai King To commemorate International Women’s Day 2023, the Law Society’s Women in Practice committee spoke with Adrian Tan (President, Law Society of Singapore and Partner, TSMP Law Corporation) and Ng Wai King (Chairman and

Quite apart from the beginnings of a global pandemic that would come to re-define the way we lived, the year 2020 will go down in the annals of history as an eventful year. This was the year when the phrase

As Valentine’s day approaches every year, there will be the usual air of excitement (or anticipation) and for some, a sense of trepidation. This year was no different. Some wives would blame not receiving flowers on being married for many

This article relates the author’s experiences in carving out a niche in legal practice, a subject that is often spoken about but where advice is scant. It is relevant to young lawyers and more established practitioners who want to specialise

The Law Society’s Women in Practice Committee’s “Voices of the Women in the Industry” series aims to gather exclusive industry insight from inspirational women in the law. We draw from the perspectives of women in different areas of the legal