Professorships

Amaladass Professorship in Criminal Justice
The Amaladass Professorship builds on the Amaladass Fellowship, first established in 2009 in memory of the late legal practitioner Mr M. Amaladass by a friend.

C J Koh Professorship
NUS Law receives a $2 million donation from retired lawyer and philanthropist, C J Koh, to set up the C J Koh Professorship in Law.

David Marshall Professorship

The David Marshall Professorship was established in honour of Mr David Marshall, a pre-minent criminal lawyer and also Singapore’s first Chief Minister and subsequent Ambassador to France.

Geoffrey Bartholomew Professorship
NUS Law launched the Geoffrey Bartholomew Professorship in honour of former Dean Prof Geoffrey Bartholomew.

Kwa Geok Choo Distinguished Visitors Programme
NUS Law established the Kwa Geok Choo Distinguished Visitors Programme in honour of Mdm Kwa Geok Choo. Under this programme, leading law academics are invited to Singapore each year to teach a course at NUS Law and/or give public lectures on highly topical legal issues.

Kwa Geok Choo Professorship in Property Law
The Kwa Geok Choo Professorship in Property Law was established in honour of Mdm Kwa Geok Choo to mark her achievements as a leading property lawyer.

Lionel A. Sheridan Professorship
NUS Law’s pioneer class of 1961 celebrated its 50th anniversary with the establishment of the Lionel A. Sheridan Professorship in honour of NUS Law’s founding dean. The NUS Law Class of 1961 kicked off the fundraising campaign and fundraising is still underway for its launch.

MPA Professorship in Maritime Law
NUS Law received a gift from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore to endow a Professorship in Maritime Law. The objective is to bring to Singapore visiting professors and distinguished visitors in various maritime disciplines to conduct undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as seminars, specialist workshops and conferences for the maritime community in Singapore.

Peter Ellinger Visiting Professorship
NUS Law established the Peter Ellinger Visiting Professorship to honour Prof Peter Ellinger’s immense contribution to the development of legal education in Singapore.

Sat Pal Khattar Professorship in Tax Law

NUS Law received a gift from Mr Sat Pal Khattar, ’66 LL.M. ’71 and family to establish the Sat Pal Khattar Professorship in Tax Law.


Saw Swee Hock Centennial Professorship in Law
Saw Swee Hock Centennial Professorship in Law was made possible with a donation from Prof Saw Swee Hock and will be used to appoint and support a strategic hire to raise the quality of education and research in NUS Law to greater heights.

Yong Shook Lin Professorship in Intellectual Property Law
NUS Law received a gift from former Chief Justice Mr Yong Pung How, LLD ’01 and Mrs Yong Wei Woo to establish the Yong Shook Lin Professorship in Intellectual Property Law.

 

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