Are you a student studying law in UK? Or perhaps a legal professional who graduated from UK and is curious about a career path of an in-house counsel in Singapore? What do you need to get there? Do you need to be Singapore qualified?
Join this webinar to hear from our panellists on their career journeys from when they graduated from UK, how it is like being an in-house counsel in Singapore and what does it take to become an in-house counsel.
This webinar is jointly organised by the SCCA Student Chapter and United Kingdom Singapore Law Students' Society.
SCCA Student Chapter
SCCA Student Chapter is part of the Singapore Corporate Counsel Association ("SCCA"). SCCA is the pioneer national association of in-house lawyers in Singapore. SCCA Student Chapter aims to bring the wider law student community together and to develop the next generation of in-house counsels. For more information on the SCCA Student Chapter and to take part in its activities, please visit here.
For over two decades, the United Kingdom Singapore Law Students' Society (UKSLSS) has served as the national law society for Singaporean law students completing their studies in the UK. The UKSLSS was established in 1998 under the auspices of the Singapore Government and Contact Singapore. Through working closely with their extensive network of partner organisations, including law firms, government stakeholders and university societies, UKSLSS represents the interests of Singaporeans studying law in the UK.
Final year law student at University College London
Global Partnerships Counsel at Stripe
Legal Counsel at Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS)
Vice President at BlackRock