About Singapore Law Watch
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About Singapore Law Watch
Singapore Law Watch is a free daily legal news service for the law community in Singapore and abroad.
We feature the latest Singapore law headlines, judgments, case highlights, legislation as well as a current listing of seminars and publications. SLW helps you manage your legal knowledge more efficiently by compiling the latest legal developments and promptly channelling them to your desktop and mobile device for you to share and use. With the latest information at your finger tips, you can make better legal assessments and manage legal risk more effectively.
All content in SLW, with the exception of listings under Continuing Legal Education, is archived in LawNet.
SLW is published by the Singapore Academy of Law, and it is updated every weekday except on public holidays, at 10:30am. The service is free.
Singapore Law Watch monitors more than 40 sources and we organise the information in the following sections:
Our most read section, read the latest legal news articles collated from The Straits Times, The Business Times, Lianhe Zaobao and Today. News is archived in SLW for three weeks.
We aggregate commentaries including:
We publish the latest Court of Appeal and High Court judgments. This information is provided by the Supreme Court of Singapore.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
We highlight upcoming seminars and publications from the Law Society of Singapore, Singapore Academy of Law, National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University amongst others.
This section lists the latest Bills introduced, Acts brought into operation, Subsidiary Legislation and new revised editions of legislation published. This information is provided by the Toppan Leefung Pte Ltd and it is updated daily.
Notices & Directions
We list the most updated Supreme and Subordinate Courts Practice Directions and Registrar’s Circulars, Law Society Notices, and MAS and SGX Notices & Directions. This information is provided by the Supreme and Subordinate Courts of Singapore, the Law Society of Singapore, the Monetary Authority of Singapore and Singapore Exchange Limited.
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SLW is an aggregator of news. As such we do not dispense legal advice. Please consult a qualified lawyer for professional legal advice.
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