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  1. SAL-INSEAD Legal Strategy Programme 2024
    Globalisation and the economic shift to Asia has resulted in significant new opportunities for law firms and in-house counsel operating in this region. At the same time, partners in these law firms and corporate counsel are facing increased challenges including cost pressures, growing competition and talent retention issues. In this changing legal landscape, legal professionals must complement their technical legal expertise with strong leadership to manage these challenges and seize emerging growth opportunities.  
     
    The SAL-INSEAD Legal Strategy Programme is a two-day intensive management programme specifically designed and contextualised to address the needs of law firm partners, general counsel and legal service officers. Participants from the private sector should currently have P&L remit in their roles or will soon be assuming P&L responsibilities in their organisations. This unique programme applies tools and frameworks to help participants develop and execute effective and competitive strategies that can optimise an organisation's growth and overcome key challenges to growth.
     
    Programme Fee
    Strategy Programme: $7,412 (incl. 9% GST)
    Both Leadership and Strategy Programme: $10,900 (incl. 9% GST)
    Click here to purchase the Leadership and Strategy bundle programme. 
     
    SkillsFuture Credit (for self-sponsored individuals only)
    SkillsFuture Credit of up to $1,000 can be used for this programme. Please note SkillsFuture Credit is not applicable for company sponsored individuals.
     
    To enrol, kindly fill out this form and email it to chua_sing_yee@sal.org.sg.
    SAL-INSEAD Legal Strategy Programme 2024
    SGD 7,412.00
    CS CPD
  2. SAL-INSEAD Legal Leadership Programme 2024
    Globalisation and the economic shift to Asia has resulted in significant new opportunities for law firms and in-house counsel operating in this region. At the same time, partners in these law firms and corporate counsel are facing increased challenges including cost pressures, growing competition and talent retention issues. In this changing legal landscape, legal professionals must complement their technical legal expertise with strong leadership to manage these challenges and seize emerging growth opportunities.  
     
    The SAL-INSEAD Legal Leaadership Programme is a two-day intensive management programme specifically designed and contextualised to address the needs of law firm partners, general counsel and legal service officers. Participants from the private sector should currently have P&L remit in their roles or will soon be assuming P&L responsibilities in their organisations. This unique programme applies business school methodologies to address leadership challenges faced by legal professionals including improving organisational alignment, managing growth and change, motivating people and teams for high performance, and communicating effectively.
     
    Programme Fee
    Leadership Programme: $7,412 (incl. 9% GST)
    Both Leadership and Strategy Programme: $10,900 (incl. 9% GST)
    Click here to purchase the Leadership and Strategy bundle programme. 
     
    SkillsFuture Credit (for self-sponsored individuals only)
    SkillsFuture Credit of up to $1,000 can be used for this programme. Please note SkillsFuture Credit is not applicable for company sponsored individuals.
     
    To enrol, kindly fill out this form and email it to chua_sing_yee@sal.org.sg.
    SAL-INSEAD Legal Leadership Programme 2024
    SGD 7,412.00
    CS CPD
  3. Reimagining the Future: Synergising Legal and Technological Innovations in Maritime Trade

    26 March 2024 (3.30pm - 5.00pm)

    SAL, Stamford 1 & 2, The Adelphi #08-08, 1 Coleman Street (S179803)

     

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major disruption to global maritime trade, calling into question the reliance of physical transmission of paper documentation to operate supply chains. It kick-started the call for greater digitalisation and strengthening of the global trading network beyond the pandemic. While there are potential benefits to the digitalisation of the trading system such as greater efficiency and reduced costs and fraud, the lack of domestic legislative recognition of the Model Law on Electronic Transferable Records and difficulty in the harmonisation of electronic trade documentation standards could impede this transformation of maritime trade.

     

    The panel discussion will address the legal and technological challenges of digitalising the maritime trade from a multijurisdictional perspective, with reference to the latest legal developments in the use of electronic trade documents, the proposed use of a neutral, freely-available and MLETR-compliant framework like TradeTrust, and how TradeTrust enables platforms and systems provide the technical foundation for digitalising maritime trade documentation at scale. The focus will be on exploring ways of synergising law and technology to propel the maritime trade industry in Singapore and beyond. By leveraging these advancements, legal professionals can be better positioned to serve their trade clients and contribute to the growth and efficiency of the maritime trade sector amidst this evolving landscape.

    Member's Price: $70.00 (before GST)Non-Member's Price: $90.00 (before GST)

    Associate Student's Price: $30.00 (before GST)

  4. Criminal Justice Forum: Discovery to Even the Playing Field

    21 March 2024 (5.30pm - 7.00pm)

    SAL, Stamford 1 & 2, The Adelphi #08-08, 1 Coleman Street (S179803)

     

    There has been some significant developments in the discovery process. In this second Criminal Justice Forum by the Singapore Academy of Law, Justice Aedit Abdullah will deliver a keynote address on: 

     

    • The shift in disclosure obligations by the Prosecution in the past decade in the light of judicial pronouncements in Muhammad bin Kadar & Anor v PP [2011] SGCA 44  and Muhammad Nabil bin Mohd Fuad [2020] 1SLR 984. 
    • What do the Courts expect out of discovery obligations? 
    • The Court’s perception when evidence has been disclosed to the Defence but which the Defence does not use eventually.
    • The Court’s perception of a delay in the disclosure of evidence by the Prosecution. 

     

    Miss Diana Ngiam will moderate the discussion featuring panellists from the Attorney-General’s Chambers, Deputy Chief Prosecutor Jiang Ke-Yue and from the defence bar Mr Ramesh Tiwary and Mr Johannes Hadi.

    Member's Price: $70.00 (before GST)Non-Member's Price: $90.00 (before GST)

    Associate Student's Price: $30.00 (before GST)