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

    Please note that delivery of books will be made by the end of May 2024.


    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. OUT-OF PRINT SAL Conference 2011: Developments in Singapore Law between 2006 and 2010 ? Trends and Perspectives

    The Singapore Academy of Law Conference: Developments in Singapore Law (?SAL Conference?) is a continuing series of five-yearly conferences reviewing the developments in Singapore law. The SAL Conference 2011, held in February 2011, marked the fourth in the series, and continued the tradition of bringing together Singapore?s most eminent practitioners and academics to present papers on a wide range of practice areas of law. This book comprises the papers that were delivered at the SAL Conference 2011, which critically examined and evaluated significant local case law and legislation over the five-year period from 2006 to 2010 and were revised for publication to provide a concise yet comprehensive review with detailed references.

    Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Yeo Tiong Min, Hans Tjio, Tang Hang Wu (General Editors)

  3. [OUT OF STOCK] SAL Journal 2018 Special Issue (Children in Family Law: Changes and Challenges)

    This issue features articles on:


    1. universal ethical issues and many additional requirements imposed by the family law jurisdiction;
    2. the different types of surrogacy and regulatory approaches taken by states, and some of the ethical and legal concerns arising out of surrogacy;
    3. the evolution of adoption law and practice in Australia and the need to safeguard the welfare of all adopted children;
    4. the prevalence and incidence of shared-time parenting arrangements;
    5. corporal punishment of children and what Singapore and international law has to say about the use of punitive force on children by parents;
    6. how mediation has been successfully used to resolve child abduction issues for Hague and non-Hague Convention countries;
    7. how family justice may be traced to our substantive law regulating spousal and parental behaviour dating back to the very enactment of the Women’s Charter in 1961;
    8. the evolution of innovations, initiatives and programmes of family justice courts over time;
    9. child protection laws and legal processes in child protection cases;
    10. the historical cases which exposed the conundrum in the area of jurisdiction over Muslim children in custody cases and the manner in which the courts and the legislation handled such problems; and
    11. the scientific, ethical, diagnostic and legal issues related to parental alienation syndrome.