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Davinder Singh SC, Subhas Anandan, Jeffrey Chan SC and Peter Low are well known in legal circles and their work has been widely publicised in the news. But to Hanspreet and Jaspreet Singh, Sujesh Anandan, Jacqueline and Jason Chan SC, and Christine and Elaine Low, these legal luminaries are just loving fathers and even best friends who have found the time to nurture and mentor them, despite their extremely busy schedules.
This second generation has followed their fathers’ footsteps into the legal profession, with some of them working directly under their fathers in the same firm. In the lead up to Father’s Day this weekend, we are privileged to hear their stories of the special bonds they share with their fathers and how they have been inspired to carry the torch for the legal service.
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