Twenty-one law firms, including Drew & Napier and Tan Rajah & Cheah, have pledged to provide more opportunities for young lawyers to represent their clients in court.
An initiative of the Young Members Chapter under the Singapore Academy of Law's Professional Affairs Committee, the new scheme will see senior lawyers from the firms identify and give their young lawyers the chance to advocate at all stages of a proceeding as lead counsel.
The managing partners of the participating firms signed the pledge at the Supreme Court yesterday. This was witnessed by Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon. [read more]
Source: Melody Zaccheus - The Straits Times