Memorandum of Understanding between CDCs and Institutions of Higher Learning

September 28th, 2017 Posted by In The News No Comment yet

Senior Minister of State Ms Indranee Rajah mentioned the pro bono contributions of our founder and Managing Director June, at the signing of an MOU between the Community Development Councils and the 3 law schools in Singapore.

“13.   For example, Ms June Lim, Managing Director of Eden Law, started getting involved in pro bono work as a student, and             was the former President of the NUS Pro Bono Group. She continued to be actively involved in pro bono work after
graduation and has over a decade of volunteer experience today, by helping out in the Community Legal Clinics, Law
Awareness Week, and also giving legal talks at CCs. June continues to get involved in pro bono work because she has been
passionate about community law since a teenager and is committed to using her legal skills for the benefit of the
community.

  1. So I hope that students will be inspired by the pro bono lawyers whom they work with, and follow in June’s footsteps to continue serving those who need help most, even after they graduate and join the legal fraternity.”
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