NUS Law Commencement 2015

NUS Law saw over 300 students graduate from the faculty at Commencement 2015, which took place at the University Cultural Centre on 13 July.

This year, the law faculty’s ceremony was organised to take place with the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, and attendees were honoured to be joined by Ambassador-at-Large, Professor Tommy Koh. Speaking at the ceremony, Professor Koh, who is an inspiration to many, shared some advice and words of encouragement with the new graduates.

Brimming with family and friends eager to celebrate the success of their loved ones, many were busy posing and snapping pictures and taking selfies, saving the days’ memory for posterity.

Chew Chin Seng, valedictorian for the Class of 2015, reminisced about his days in school and thanked his classmates, professors and family. Echoing sentiments of his fellow graduates, Chin Seng said, “Our alumni have built their success not merely upon the cases and the legal principles that we have studied in NUS, but more importantly, upon the skills, the experiences and the personal connections gained over the years of university education. We too can aspire to achieve great things in our careers with the solid foundation that NUS has laid for us, and to seek out and define our own success. Yes, there will be challenges and obstacles ahead, but I believe that the inner drive within each of us, and the values imparted to us from our education and upbringing will have prepared us well.”

We wish the Class of 2015 a future filled with success!

Chew Chin Seng, valedictorian for Class of 2015

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