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  1. Pioneer, Polymath, and Mentor - The Life and Legacy of Yong Pung How

    The present book documents Dr Yong Pung How’s monumental contributions to Singapore in the fields of law as well as banking and finance. In particular, as Chief Justice, he transformed the Singapore judiciary and mentored the next generation of leaders in the legal profession. The Singapore legal system would not be what it is today without his leadership. Including contributions from 64 former Justices’ Law Clerks, Foreword by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Introduction by Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon, and a full-colour picture section covering Dr Yong’s life from student at Cambridge University to Chancellor of the Singapore Management University, this important volume serves as a fitting commemoration for a true pioneer.


    General Editor Andrew Phang SJ is a former Judge of Appeal. He was also Gen Ed of The Law of Contract in Singapore, the second edition of which was published in 2022.


    Year of Publication: 2024 

    Page Extent: 510 pages

  2. Fact-Finding and Reality : A Judicial Decision-Making Primer

    In collaboration with the Singapore Judicial College and Academy Publishing, this is the first bench series in Singapore featuring the philosophy which drives the pedagogy of the Singapore Judicial College – first, to have judges teaching judges; and second, delivering judicial education that is relevant in the judicial context.


    Fact-Finding and Reality may well be the very first attempt to examine important aspects of judicial decision-making, reasoning and fact-finding from the lens of a serving Singapore judge. The discussion links to how judges evaluate evidence and assess the credibility of witnesses, distilling and synthesising established theories from a corpus of literature on the subject and contextualising them using Singapore cases. An invaluable bench guide, this monograph is a must-read for all judges in Singapore, especially those newly appointed to the bench.


    Year of Publication: 2022

    Page Extent: 114 pages