When HR professional Jelaine Low joined SAL eight years ago, she remembers being a “Jill of all trades”. “I was a generalist, taking on recruitment, payroll and performance management matters,” she recalls. But over the years, her managers noticed her eye for staff development and groomed her to be the go-to SAL officer for internal learning and development.
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN INDIA-RELATED ARBITRATIONS FROM INDIAN AND SINGAPOREAN LENSES
The Senior Accredited Specialist in Maritime and Shipping Law reflects on her career and the next generation of lawyers.
The Asian Business Law Institute spoke to Aurelio Gurrea-Martinez, Assistant Professor of Law and Head of the Singapore Global Restructuring Initiative at Singapore Management University, to learn more about the different meanings of pre-pack in different parts of the world.
The Asian Business Law Institute discusses with Emmanuel Chua, Local Principal of Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow, about the significance of the recognition of a Singapore moratorium by an Indonesian court in an ongoing restructuring exercise.
DESIGNING DIGITAL SERVICES FOR THE LEGAL PROFESSION: MEET A PRODUCT MANAGER AT THE SINGAPORE ACADEMY OF LAW
How do organisations stay nimble and responsive to their stakeholders, through waves of technological and social changes?
HOW TO PERFORM A REMOTE COMMISSIONING—AND WHY SOME CLIENTS PREFER IT
When do you use it and what are the chances of it succeeding? The pair weighs in.