Dean’s Welcome
 

Welcome to the NUS Law e-Open House!

I’m delighted that you’re taking the time to learn about what it might be like to study law. My colleagues and I, together with our students, had a lot of fun pulling together some videos and other content that gives a sense of what law students do, and what our graduates go on to achieve. We’ve tried to answer questions like why you should (or shouldn’t) study law, what NUS offers over other law schools, and whether there’s more to studying law than the library. (Spoiler: there is!)

There’s a lot of material here and on our regular website, but please do also join us for the respective live question-and-answer session on Thursday, 4 March 2021.

Enjoy exploring the site – I hope to see you online and, perhaps, on our beautiful Bukit Timah Campus itself!


Check out the interactive sessions at our e-Open House with our Deanery
 


For more enquiries on the Undergraduate and Graduate programmes and admissions, please contact the respective email addresses below:

Undergraduate Programmes: lawUGadm@nus.edu.sg
Graduate Programmes: lawGRADadm@nus.edu.sg

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Your journey begins here
 
Campus Tour Video

Let us bring you on a tour to see the environment of our beautiful campus, our facilities and the wide range of student clubs and interest groups you can be part of!
     
  Why should you study Law?

Dean of NUS Law, Professor Simon Chesterman
     
  Find out more about our Undergraduate Programmes

Vice Dean (Academic Affairs), Professor David Tan
     
  Explore Student Life on campus

Vice Dean (Student Life and Global Relations),
Associate Professor Eleanor Wong

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View the Mooting and Debating Club (MDC) Moot and Arbitration Demo
 


The Mooting and Arbitration Demonstration features three current students from the Class of 2022. Aarya Berthier moots on the law pertaining to fiduciary duties and sexual assault for the B.A. Mallal Moot 2019. Yeoh Su-Jane and Jerald Tan address key international arbitration issues such as the jurisdictional defence of corruption and state obligations with respect to fair and equitable treatment as part of the Asian Law Students Association International Moot Court Competition 2019, held in Thailand in September 2019.

Through this, MDC hopes to give prospective students a taste of what a moot entails, at both the domestic and international levels.

Special thanks to the NUS Law Mooting & Debating Club.


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Meet our Students and Alumni
 
“NUS Law has always emphasised and encouraged pro-bono work. With the Faculty’s support, we started COV-AID to help the layperson understand the COVID-19 laws and their implications for the community. COV-AID is our collective effort at making a difference in these precarious times – we hope we have done just that.”
Anders Seah and Mark Tang
Class of 2022, Founders of COV-AID
     
“The legal-tech sector is an exciting space that enables me to apply my legal education and express my deep-rooted passions in business, innovation, and challenging the status quo. The support from the NUS Law community also unlocks a myriad of collaborative opportunities to facilitate greater access to justice through technology.”
Zane Chong
Class of 2022, President of alt+Law; Head of Secretariat, Asia-Pacific Legal Innovation & Technology Association (ALITA); National Athlete, Singapore Track & Field team
   
“The Minor in Information Systems enables me to complement my legal education with advanced knowledge in technology and business through courses involving Programming, Software Architecture Design, and IT-Enabled Business Innovations. I am confident that my holistic education will equip me to thrive in a world where technology is disrupting both law and legal practice.”
Utsav Rakshit
Class of 2021, Young Intellectual Property Mediator at the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore
   

LAW CHAT with Professor David Tan features a current student and four alumni chatting with Professor David Tan (Vice Dean (Academic Affairs)) on their experiences at NUS Law.

Hear Jerry Wang Qiyu (Class of 2021) and Natalee Ho (Class of 2020), discuss how their experiences at NUS Law have helped to shape their career plans.
     

                                         Jerry Wang Qiyu ’21                  Natalee Ho ’20

And Chen Zhida (Class of 2013), Parveen Kaur (Class of 2016) and Miin Tong (Class of 2017) share their career pathways post-graduation.
 

Chen Zhida ’13
       Parveen Kaur ’16  
Miin Tong ’16


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Other Information
 
Download the Undergraduate Brochure

Access the Undergraduate Programmes

FAQs
     
Download the Master of Laws Brochure

Access the Graduate Programmes

FAQs
     
Download the Juris Doctor Brochure

Access the Juris Doctor Programme

FAQs
     

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Stay Connected
 
Check out the NUS Law Club, and get to know our student leaders. Follow us on social media and stay updated on what’s happening in our vibrant law school community.



Look forward to a range of fun Freshmen Orientation activities, planned from June to August. Get details and updates at nuslaworientation.com.


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