Friday, April 18, 2014

JURIS ILLUMINAE – JAN 2014

Dear Law school and friends, We wish everyone a Happy Lunar New Year and a blessed time with family and friends. In this issue, we share our thoughts on the legal recourse for migrant workers, as well as examine selected areas of the legal systems in Hong Kong and Brazil. We hope that you will enjoy reading the articles as much as we did writing them.   Editors: Li Linzhe, Victor Leong and Zhuang Changzhong.

POWERFUL TO BUILD, POWERLESS TO DEFEND

Lim Wei Zhen The silent builders of our home and economy have begun to vocalize their thoughts. The landmark SMRT Bus workers strike raised a few eyebrows, but raised...

JURIS ILLUMINAE – DEC 2013

Dear Law school and friends, Results aside, we hope that our December issue finds you full of joy and contentment amidst the festivities. In this issue, we discuss issues...

Open Justice and Secret Courts

By Victor Yao Lida For some time now, the media has been awash with the story of Edward Snowden’s leakage of top secret National Security Agency (NSA) documents. While...

ASEAN: In a Daze Over the Haze?

by Ryan Nicholas Hong   The countries of Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand experienced one of the worst transboundary haze pollution crisis in June 2013, with the Pollutant Standards Index...

JURIS ILLUMINAE – NOV 2013

Dear Law school and friends, We hope that your examinations have gone smoothly. As you bask in the aftermath of your academic labors, may we suggest a languorous perusal...