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+ COVID-19 Teaching Update for New Academic Year 2020-21
+ Recent Staff Publications
+ NUS Law Working Paper Series
+ The Asian Journal of Comparative Law (AsJCL) is pleased to announce its publication of Volume 15 Issue 1
+ Sheridan Fellow Benny Tan shared in The Straits Times on Aug 15 understanding what judges consider in sentencing
+ Socially distant, intellectually connected: New Virtual Roundtables series on Asian Law
+ Professor Walter Woon '81 shared in TODAY (Jun 12) and The Straits Times (Jun 20) why US risks underestimating the power of historical memory in its tussle with China
+ Professor S Jayakumar, Singapore’s former Deputy Prime Minister, and former NUS Law Dean (1974-1980), has been appointed Pro-Chancellor of NUS
+ Professor Simon Chesterman shared research findings in The Straits Times on Jun 13 on whether the size of law firms and the quality and gender of a lawyer affect performance in court
+ Professor Hans Tjio, Associate Professor Christian Hofmann, Assistant Professor Lin Lin and Hu Ying edited articles in the latest volume of the European Business Organization Law Review, which discussed issues raised by technologies and what responses are needed
+ Professor Tommy Koh shared his perspective as a Singaporean on why Black Lives Matter in The Straits Times on Jun 11
+ Associate Professor Robert Beckman from the NUS Centre for International Law shared his views in The Straits Times on June 10 on US intervention over Chinese claims in the South China Sea
+ Associate Professor Simon Tay, Chairman of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs, shares in The Straits Times how the Nov 3 US Election Day will impact Asia
+ Assistant Professor Tan Hsien-Li shares "From SARS to COVID-19: Reflections on ASEAN's collective response to public health crises"
+ Professor Walter Woon '81 on why responsibility must come before freedom in Singapore’s fight against Covid-19
+ The Centre for Asian Legal Studies launches new Virtual Roundtables on Asian Law series.
+ The Asian Journal of Comparative Law (AsJCL) is pleased to announce its publication of Volume 14 Issue 2.
+ Prof Alan Tan '93 explains: What's behind Indonesia's move to reclaim control of Riau Islands airspace from Singapore?
+ Professor Hans Tjio chairs the committee appointed by the Securities Industry Council to look into the privatization of Delong Holdings
+ Should computers be given legal and ethical rights? Professor Simon Chesterman shares his insights
+ The Asian Journal of Comparative Law (AsJCL) is pleased to announce its publication of Volume 14 (1)
+ Call for Papers - Asian Journal of Comparative Law invites submissions for its 2019 & 2020 Issues.
+ Professor Simon Chesterman on the proposed stricter bar exam and training contracts
+ Professor Simon Chesterman on changes to the Singapore Bar exams
+ Op-ed: Jeremiah Lau '15 on obike and the nuts and bolts of bike-sharing deposits
+ Op-ed: Kenneth Khoo '14 on the limits of competition policy
+ Op-ed: Professor David Tan on how Joseph Schooling's fame now comes at a price for advertisers
+ Op-ed: Kenneth Khoo '14 on levelling the playing field for potential rivals to Grab
+ Assistant Professor Jaclyn Neo '03 and Adjunct Professor Kevin Tan '86 on the no-caning deal for bank robber

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