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+ 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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CLB-CALS Joint Seminar on Private Enforcement of Securities Law in China: A Ten-Year Retrospective and Empirical Assessment

By Professor Robin Hui Huang, Faculty of Law, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
22 July 2014, Tuesday

Workshop on Judging the Constitution: The Theory and Practice of the Constitutional Interpretation in Singapore (Invitation Only)

By Assistant Professor Jaclyn Neo
6 August 2014

Seminar on Making Corporate Governance Codes Work

By Dr. Arad Reisberg, Faculty of Laws, University College London
7 August 2014, Thursday

Conference on Framing Intellectual Property Law in the 21st Century

14-15 August 2014, Thursday - Friday
Orchard Hotel, Singapore, Orchard Ballroom 3

Seminar on Multi-Bank Lending: Recent Developments And Recurrent Problems

By Associate Professor Christopher Hare
18 August 2014

Seminar on Recent Developments In EU and UK Competition Law

By Emeritus Professor Richard Whish, King's College London, QC (Hon)
20 August 2014

Distinguished Speaker Lecture on The Trial of Jesus in Western Legal Tradition

By Professor Joseph H.H. Weiler, President, European University Institute, Florence
27 August 2014

Seminar on Global Derivatives Regulation: The Cross-Border Application of Dodd-Frank And Emir

By Mr Joshua Margolis
28 August 2014

Writing a Ph.D in Law: From Application to Publication

By Professor J.H.H. Weiler
Lee Sheridan Conference Room, Level 1, Eu Tong Sen Building, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore (BTC)
28 & 29 August 2014

Kwa Geok Choo Distinguished Visitors Lecture: “Rivers, Revenue, And Rice: Law’s Foundations”

3 September 2014

Official Launch of Centre for Banking and Finance Law & Distinguished Visitor Lecture: The Future of International Banking and Financial Law and Lawyers

Marina Mandarin Hotel, Singapore
12 September 2014

Symposium on Asian Financial Centres' Development and Regulation - Comparative Study from Singapore, Hong Kong and Mainland China

Shanghai Jiaotong University, PRC
21-22 November 2014

Can Banks Still Keep a Secret? A symposium that explores how bank secrecy in financial centres around the world has been affected by international initiatives to combat crime

Faculty of Law, NUS
4-5 December 2014

Continuing Legal Education Auditing Programme

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