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+ Peace at sea - With the rule of law and political will, every dispute, including those in the South China Sea, can be resolved.Professor Tommy Koh shares his opinion in the Straits Times.
+ Constitutional Commission hearing on elected presidency: Submission by Jaclyn Neo and Swati Jhaveri  – Straits Times feature on the submission and presentation.
+ Bridging gap with migrant workers – Straits Times feature on Migrant Workers’ Week 2016 at NUS.
+ Mindef course trains defending officers who represent court-martialled personnel – Article highlights the efforts of the Military Justice Project
+ SEA budget carriers get a fillip from open sky policy - CNBC speaks to Professor Alan Tan at their studios.
+ Part 1: Associate Professor Wang Jiangyu was interviewed by Channel 8’s Focus programme on Turkey’s downing of a Russian jet last month near the Turkish-Syrian border and the implications of this event on international law and international relations.
+ Part 2: Associate Professor Wang Jiangyu was interviewed by Channel 8’s Focus programme on Turkey’s downing of a Russian jet last month near the Turkish-Syrian border and the implications of this event on international law and international relations.
+ Prof Alan Tan ’93 interviewed on Channel News Asia’s Insight programme on the Indonesian haze pollution crisis
+ The haze, international law and global cooperation - Straits Times invites Professor S.Jayakumar and Professor Tommy Koh to share their thoughts on the situation.
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Ten reflections on GE 2015 – In an op-ed published by the Straits Times, Prof Tommy Koh shares that response to voter concerns, election strategy among the factors that helped PAP win big.

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Liberal reflections on loss and acceptance in GE2015 – Vice Dean of Student Affairs, Associate Professor Eleanor Wong, shares her thoughts on the elections in this op-ed published by Straits Times.

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NUS don Jaclyn Neo is law firm WongPartnership's judicial review adviser

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Society should be more forgiving of bankrupts - An op-ed by Dean Simon Chesterman in the Straits Times

+ NUS law students win inaugural Herbert Smith Freehills competition law Moot Competition, with sponsorship from the Competition Commission of Singapore
+ US Polo Association scores win against Polo Ralph Lauren in legal fight here over trademarks – Prof Ng-Loy Wee Loon and Assoc Prof David Tan quoted in Straits Times
+ NUS Law Associate Professor Wang Jiangyu Envisages Three Possible Outcomes for Hong Kong’s Political Future
+ NUS and NTU among top 4 Asian universities ranked by London education consultancy Quacquarelli Symonds
+ The Asian way to settle disputes – An op-ed by Prof Tommy Koh ’61 published in the Straits Times.
+ Singapore Constitution not set in stone: A-G
+ Yale law professor to join NUS
+ Body-worn cameras to monitor citizen and surveillance state - Op-ed by Dean Simon Chesterman published in the Straits Times
+ Overt religious persecution in 8 of 10 ASEAN states: Coverage in the Today paper highlighting research by Asst Prof Jaclyn Neo
+ NUS Law Students probe claims of wrongful conviction (Straits Times)
+ Faith and Peace a Good Mix for Asean Stability – Features “Keeping the Faith: A Study of Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion in Asean”, a report led by Asst Prof Jaclyn Neo ’03
+ Professor Walter Woon joins RHTLaw Taylor Wessing as non-executive chairman and senior consultant
+ AirAsia disaster's lasting effects - Op-ed by Professor Alan Tan ’93 for CNN
+ Lessons on the use of torture - Op-ed by Dean Simon Chesterman published in the Straits Times
+ Prof with soft spot for kids in trouble – Feature on Assoc Prof Chan Wing Cheong
+ APEC set to launch study on China-backed free trade area – Assoc Prof Wang Jiangyu shares his opinion.
+ The Flying Factory – Assoc Prof Simon Tay ’86 talks about Asian economic interdependence and China.
+ New professional body to govern mediation standards in Singapore
+ Too many lawyers? Or too few? – An Op-Ed by Dean Simon Chesterman published in the Straits Times
+ Asia’s Ambivalence Towards International Law
- A Conversation with Professor Simon Chesterman, Dean of the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law.
+ Maintenance not a reward for spousal sacrifice- Op-ed by Assoc Prof Debbie Ong
+ Prof Alan Tan ’93 comments in the South China Morning Post on the Cathay vs. Jetstar saga and Hong Kong’s hard decision on joint venture airlines
+ Prof Simon Tay discusses the widespread street protests in recent years
+ Prof Alan Tan ’93 on how anti-haze laws ‘could spur on-the-ground enforcement in Indonesia’
+ Role of International Law in Ukrainian Crisis - An Op-Ed by Dean Simon Chesterman
+ Asst Prof Goh Yihan ’06 shares his views in ST’s ‘Proposed anti-harassment law to cover online bullying’
+ Assoc Prof Burton Ong ’89 shares his view on the proposed new law that will hold companies or other entities liable for causing haze that affects Singapore
+ NUS revamps Law course to broaden knowledge, skills
+ Protecting and sharing personal data- Op ed by Dean Simon Chesterman
+ Professor Ho Hock Lai '89 shares his views on an accused person's right to a lawyer in Singapore with ST readers
+ Emeritus Prof Koh Kheng-Lian receives the 2012 Elizabeth Haub Prize for Environmental Law
+ NUS Law establishes Sheridan Fellowship to develop next generation of experts in Singapore Law
+ NUS Law professor and alumnus Michael Hor to be Dean of University of Hong Kong law school
+ International Law and the Rise of Asia -- Op-ed by Dean Simon Chesterman
+ Regional trade agreements complementary to multilateral trade system: Lee Yi Shyan
+ When copying is not infringing- Op-ed by Assoc Prof David Tan
+ Copyright has role in promoting creativity- Forum letter by Assoc Prof David Tan
+ Criticise a minister but don't sling mud: Minister K.Shanmugam ’84

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Events

Annual Conference of the Journal of Financial Regulation

Co-organised by CBFL
Date: 24-25 June 2016
 

Public Opinion on the Legal Status of Sexual Minorities in Singapore and Hong Kong

By Assistant Professor Lynette J. Chua & Assistant Professor Yiu-tung Seun
Date: 24 June 2016
 

Bank Confidentiality: General Perspectives and Singapore Law

By Associate Professor Dora Neo & Associate Professor Sandra Booysen
Date: 30 June 2016
 

Seminar on Proportionality Analysis in Constitutional and Administrative Law: Recent Developments in the Commonwealth and its implications for Singapore

By Assistant Professor Jaclyn Neo & Assistant Professor Swati Jhaveri
Date: 5 July 2016
 

Seminar on Tort Law: Recent Developments In Vicarious Liability And Non-Delegable Duties

By Professor Kumaralingam Amirthalingam
Date: 13 July 2016
 

Centre for Maritime Law Seminar Series: Foreign Anti-Suit Injunctions in China

By Dr Zhao Liang
Date: 21 July 2016
 

Deals: The Design and Structure of Business Transactions [Intensive Course]

Date: 1-12 August 2016
 

CML Seminar Series: Exclusion of Liability for Consequential Loss - Comparative Perspectives

By Mr Greg Gordon
Date: 18 August 2016
 

Effects of Assignment of a Contract on the Counterparty: Problems of Set-Off and Contractual Variation

Date: 18 August 2016
 

The Vexed Question of Effective Bank Resolution and The Challenge Posed by Bail-In Regimes

Date: 23 August 2016
 

Kwa Geok Choo Distinguished Visitors Lecture on 'Sales' on Retention of Title: Is the English Law Analysis Broken?

By Professor Louise Gullifer
Date: 25 August 2016
 

The Temptation of Terrorist Watchlists: How the U.S. No-Fly List is Changing the Meaning of Citizenship

By Professor Jeffrey Kahn
Date: 15 September 2016
 

ASLI Young Scholars' Workshop

Date: 21 September 2016
Organised by Asian Law Institute
Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
 

Asian Law & Society Association Conference 2016 - Law and Society in Asia: Defining and Advancing the Field

Date: 22-23 September 2016
Jointly organised by Centre for Asian Legal Studies
 

ASLI Symposium Legal Transplantation of Foreign Public Law in Asia

Date: 3-4 November 2016
Jointly organised by Asian Law Institute and Thammasat University
Venue: Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok
 

Continuing Legal Education Auditing Programme

 
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