Tag Archives: bachelor of laws

Not Just Clearing Hours: Lessons from Inspirar

SMU undergraduate Elizabeth Quek shares her experience since joining Project Inspirar in her freshman year and how she’s gained so much more beyond just clearing community service hours.
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My SMU Law Freshman Year: Ong Siew Choo

The life of a law student is often an uphill climb, but it doesn't have to be the only thing that consumes your day and night. SMU Law freshman Ong Siew Choo shares her experience as a first-year law student.
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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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What Can Law Students Gain from Moots?

Participating in moots may be laborious, but the skills acquired is what will give Law graduates that distinctive edge. SMU Law alumna Chow Zi En and Asst Prof Chen Siyuan share their personal insights on the world of mooting.
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(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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