The Advocacy Cup is the primary trial advocacy competition for local law students. A competition that originated in NUS, it was open to SMU students only a few years ago.
In this year's Price moot, there were 115 teams from around the world that took part, with the top 40 making it to the international rounds (both are record turnouts).
Chong Hui Ying, Aleksandar Georgiev, Daniel Liu Zhao Xiang, Shaun Pereira, and Kenneth Tan represented SMU in the school's third attempt at the Jessup.
SMU student Ms Nadia Ahmad Samdin, 23, has travelled nearly 10 times to the mountains in northern Thailand. She teaches English to the indigenous population in Dayak.
In honour of the late former Attorney-General (AG), Mr Tan Boon Teik, and to commemorate his 25 years of dedicated service and contributions in shaping the legal landscape of...
Singapore Management University’s (SMU) moot team has taken to the world stage again, and shone!
Ang Kai Wen, Kenny Lau, Ng Cheng Wei, Devathas Satianathan, and Deya Shankar Dubey represented SMU in the 20th Willem C.
The second edition of the Rodyk Challenge required participating teams to amend and debate parliamentary bills on human trafficking and rising obesity rates.
For the 11th edition of the Red Cross IHL Moot, SMU and NUS once again teamed up to send a joint team. SMU assumed coaching duties this year, with SMU and Red Cross IHL alumnus...
Kenneth Kee, Jeriel Lam, Amelia Tan, Carren Thung, and Wong Zi Wei represented SMU at the 10th edition of this moot in Hong Kong. The 2013 contest featured a record 93 law schools...