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A Law Degree Serving Humanity

With great power comes great responsibility; SMU Yong Pung How School of Law’s alumnae Shim Eunkyung and Abigail Ong hold a common belief that their law studies have put them in good stead to help the disadvantaged and less-privileged.

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.

(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.

SMU Law: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the SMU Law Galaxy

Studying law is a little bit like exploring the outer rim of a new galaxy—an adventure waiting to happen, so says SMU Law undergraduate, Grace Goh. Here are the three things that SMU Law has taught her thus far on this university adventure.

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