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alsa Singapore law students' pro bono conference

-ALSA's first regional pro bono conference- 

1-4Jul 2019


ALSA Singapore Law Students’ Pro Bono Conference (“PBC”) is a regional conference that seeks to advance the spirit of pro bono amongst law students in the region. Organised jointly by ALSA Singapore and the National University of Singapore (NUS) Pro Bono Group (PBG), PBC will be the first ALSA regional pro bono conference.


The Conference provides law students with an interactive platform to share their pro bono experiences as well as a collaborative workshop to conceptualise, grow and incubate sustainable pro bono projects that can be implemented in their respective jurisdictions. ⠀

Through panel and table discussions, participants will also get the chance to explore a multitude of issues ranging from the value and purpose of pro bono to pro bono initiatives in their own schools. Together with the rest of the delegation from their respective countries, identify legal issues relevant to their jurisdictions and generate ideas to develop impactful and sustainable pro bono projects.

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DLA Piper is a global law firm with lawyers located in more than 40 countries throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific, positioning the firm to help clients with their legal needs around the world. The firm strives to be the leading global business law firm by delivering quality and value to their clients.


DLA Piper is deeply committed to pro bono. Their pro bono efforts focus on three areas: the rights of children, access to justice and the rule of law, and assisting asylum seekers, refugees, and stateless people. Their work is both global and local, and the firm provides direct service to individuals and organisations that could not otherwise afford counsel, while helping to build a pro bono culture in the legal profession around the world.


Gloria James-Civetta & Co ("GJC Law"), with a niche practice in Personal Law, commenced operation on 1st July 2011. Our motto is: Sound Advice Smart Strategies Successful Resolutions


Aptly called "Lawyers with a Difference", we are a modern Singapore law firm with a penchant for A.D.R (Alternate Dispute Resolution). We pride ourselves having trained in Mediation, Negotiations, Collaborative Practice, Conflict Resolution, Counselling and Divorce Coaching.

Our Areas of Practice in Personal Law focuses on all aspects of Family Law Matters (including Domestic Violence, Maintenance claims, Adoption, Custody, Guardianship, Child Protection and Representation, Parenting Coordination, Parental Alienation, Relocation and Hague Convention Issues); Matrimonial and Pre-Marital Matters (including Nuptial Agreements, Assets Protection, Cohabitation and LGBT+ issues); Criminal Law Matters (including Defence, Private Prosecution, Cyber-bullying and POHA); Probate and Administration of Estate Matters; Elder Law (Wills, Lasting Power of Attorney and MCA matters); Employment Law Matters; Civil and Commerical Law.

Adopting the 'Lawyers Go Global initiative, we have strategic alliances with law firms in Melbourne and Shanghai. We work together with a strong network of international lawyers to help serve our clients in cross-border matters. We believe in the power of being informed and have several websites with valuable information for clients and public.



Latham & Watkins LLP is dedicated to working with clients to help them achieve their business goals and overcome legal challenges anywhere in the world. With lawyers spanning 14 countries and more than 60 international practice groups and industry teams, clients depend on the firm to find innovative solutions to complex business issues, and Latham lawyers leverage the firm’s global platform to help clients handle these challenges.


Latham lawyers and permanent staff have made significant contributions to pro bono work, completing an approximate 245,000 hours of pro bono work in 2018 and more than 3.5 million hours between 2000-2018, valued at approximately US$1.6 billion.

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