“Judicial and Legal Reform in Uzbekistan: Ten Important Steps in 2020” is a summary list of top 10 law and judicial reform highlights in Uzbekistan, the largest and most populous country in Central Asia. The identified innovations are all the
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by Tan Boon Gin The back cover of The Law on Corruption in Singapore: Cases and Materials (2nd Edition) by Tan Boon Gin describes the book as one “written for both lawyers and lay persons”. My first port of call was
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People often fear what they do not understand. Indeed, legal-tech has been met with much hesitation - after all, its underlying technology and software are concepts unfamiliar to many lawyers. Many tend to view legal-tech as an abstract concept that