Tag Archives: School of Law

OPINION: Regardless of Race or Religion

Singapore has always taken pride in its multiculturalism. And yet, the concerns of xenophobia is very much alive. SMU Law undergrad Farahna Alam sheds light on the lives of one such minority group—the Singaporean Bengalis.
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My SMU Law Freshman Year: Lydia Tan

SMU Law freshman and Global Impact Scholar, Lydia Tan shares her journey from choosing a university, tackling the dreaded admissions interview, to facing the reality of freshman year.
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From One SMU Parent to Another

Having been by his daughter's side through an intense first year at SMU, what advice would Irina Sia’s father give to parents of incoming freshmen?

(Un)common Law

Legal studies just got a makeover, thanks to the innovative teaching approaches of Associate Professor Goh Yihan—the youngest dean to head SMU School of Law.

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