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.
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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 […]
On 12 February 2014, CJC invited former Chief Justice Mr. Chan Sek Keong, S.C. for a sharing session on his legal career as well as his thoughts on legal education, the judiciary and judicial processes. Indeed, the auditorium was packed with many enthusiastic students eager to hear more about Mr. Chan’s experiences on the bench […]
CJC held a dialogue session on 2nd October 2013, titled ‘Criminal Practice – Different Perspectives’. The guest speakers were Mr Josephus Tan from Patrick Tan LLC and Mr Ng Yiwen from the Attorney General’s Chambers. Attended by a group of 25 students, the session started off with a jest by the speakers about dressing in […]