Attended by 70 NUS Law students, Criminal Law: In Real Life was held on 1 October 2014. Many had taken this valuable opportunity to meet two distinguished criminal law practitioners, Mr Tai Wei Shyong (Chief Prosecutor, AGC) and Mr Shashi Nathan (Partner, Criminal Litigation Practice, KhattarWong) at this dialogue session.
Coverage of this event can be found here. [Please note that there has been a change of timing of the dialogue to accommodate the Year 1 LARC lecture. The dialogue will now run from 2:00pm to 4:00pm.] Curious about the work of prosecutors and defence lawyers? Don’t miss this opportunity to hear distinguished speakers share their […]
For the full coverage and results of the Attorney-General’s Cup 2014 finals, read the Justified article here! Click on the photographs to view them in full size! Photos by Wang Chen Yan
[The photos of this event can be found here.] As the only criminal law moot in Singapore, the much-awaited Attorney-General’s Cup 2014 finals are here at last! After multiple intense and grueling rounds, two participants, Wong Yan Yee and Sean Sim, have managed to keep themselves alive in the game and will be facing each […]
The Criminal Justice Conference 2014 was held on 16th August 2014 at SMU’s Mochtar Riady Auditorium. Organised by NUS Criminal Justice Club and SMU Criminal Law Club, the event attracted approximately 70 students from NUS law and SMU law to attend. The event kicked off with a keynote address delivered by the Guest-of-honour, Minister for […]
13th August 2014 saw the CJC’s Military Justice Project (“MJP”) hold its very first major event, the MJP Round-Table Discussion. The Round-Table brought together various legal experts in the military justice system to give participants deeper insight into the workings of the system. Though the military justice system may be easily dismissed by many a National […]
The Attorney-General’s Cup 2014 semifinals will be held on 15 Aug (Fri) at the State Courts! The first moot is expected to begin at 6:30pm. Spectators are welcomed and are to be seated in Court 5 by 6:15pm. Please note that due to the size of the courtroom, seats are very limited. Do come and […]