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Singapore Academy of Law's
Accredited and Senior Accredited Specialists in Building and Construction Law 2021
04 January 2021 — The Specialist Accreditation Scheme is pleased to introduce the latest group of specialists in Building and Construction Law. They participated in the accreditation programme throughout 2020 and, after a rigorous assessment process, are now part of a select group of experts in their field. Congratulations go to:
Senior Accredited Specialist
Christopher Chong Chi Chuin, Director & Head (Construction & Engineering), Drew & Napier LLC
Lesley Fu Xianglin, Partner, Infrastructure, Construction and Engineering Practice, WongPartnership LLP
Pardeep Singh Khosa, Director, Davinder Singh Chambers
Muhammad Asfian bin Mohaimi, Partner, Infrastructure, Construction and Engineering Practice, WongPartnership LLP
Justin Tan Jia Wei, Senior Associate, Harry Elias Partnership
The list of specialists in Building and Construction Law now stands at 16 Seniors Accredited Specialists and 17 Accredited Specialists.
Specialist REaccreditation 2021
18 December — Accredited and Senior Accredited Specialists who received their accreditation in January 2019 are invited to be reaccredited. Accreditations are valid for two years. The application form asks for practice and CPD details for the duration 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2020.
The closing date for submission is 01 March 2021, 5pm, as 28 February 2021 falls on a Sunday.
Specialists may complete the application form online here.
Accredited Specialist accreditation 2021
18 December — The Specialist Accreditation Scheme will run the Maritime and Shipping Law accreditation programme in 2021. Lawyers interested in being accredited as an Accredited Specialist (minimum 5 years' PQE) in this practice area are invited to apply.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday, 31 March 2021, 5pm.
The Singapore Academy of Law's Specialist Accreditation Scheme (the "Scheme") confers recognition of a legal practitioner's expertise and experience in a specialised area of law. It is an assessment process which requires a legal practitioner to show evidence of his or her knowledge and expertise in their chosen area of specialisation. Specialist accreditation is a voluntary and an individual endeavour.
The Scheme's purpose is to:
- recognise the high level of proficiency of legal practitioners in their chosen practice area and promote continued personal professional development and improvement
- incentivise younger legal practitioners to hone their skills and knowledge
- provide the legal industry and general public with a reliable means of identifying and accessing legal practitioners who have proven themselves as possessing the requisite skills and knowledge in a practice area
- promote continued development and improvement of standards, quality and delivery of legal services
To gain a better understanding of the Scheme’s framework, the Specialist Accreditation Scheme paper can be downloaded here
The paper pertaining to the Maritime and Shipping Law specialist accreditation framework may be found here.
Legal practitioners interested in being accredited may apply to be:
- (for legal practitioners with more than 5 year's PQE)
- (for legal practitioners with more than 10 year's PQE)