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PILnet Global Forum 2019

November 13th, 2019 Posted by Community Events, In The News, Insights No Comment yet

The annual PILnet Global Forum aims to connect lawyers, law schools, bar associations, policy makers, NGO representatives and pro bono/public interest legal stakeholders to provide a regional perspective on pro bono practices. This year’s PILnet Global Forum (11-13 November 2019) was held in Asia for the first time with over 300 attendees from more than 40 countries, convening in Singapore to reflect on the overall theme: Engaging lawyers everywhere to serve the public interest, Empowering innovation through new tools, and Enabling change through strategic partnerships.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Managing Director June spoke at this year’s PILnet Global Forum on a panel, sharing her experience on setting up a low bono practice and strategies to nurture a pro bono culture.

MOU Signing – CC/RC Community Legal Clinics

April 27th, 2019 Posted by Community Events, Media Articles No Comment yet

At the MOU signing for the CC/RC Community Legal Clinics, June had the opportunity to share on Estate Planning options as part of the launch event held at Cairnhill Community Club.
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Project LEAF

February 18th, 2019 Posted by Community Events No Comment yet

Project LEAF (Legal Empowerment & Assistance for Foreign spouses) is a collaboration between Eden Law and Law Society Pro Bono Services, to cater to the legal needs of foreign spouses with Singaporean citizen children who find themselves in matrimonial disputes on a pro bono basis.

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2018 Pro Bono Ambassador Award

November 9th, 2018 Posted by Insights No Comment yet

At the Law Society’s Annual Dinner and Dance 2018, our Managing Director June was pleased to accept the 2018 Pro Bono Ambassador Award in recognition of her pro bono contributions over the last 10 years.

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7th Asia Pro Bono Conference, Hong Kong

October 27th, 2018 Posted by Community Events No Comment yet

At the 7th Asia Pro Bono Conference held in Hong Kong, our Managing Director June delivered a presentation at the Investing in Justice panel – showcasing the firm’s low bono model as an alternative model of financing for legal services.

Through the Wooden Doors

October 12th, 2018 Posted by Community Events No Comment yet

Our Managing Director June shared her legal expertise with social workers at Through the Wooden Doors, a program organized by the Community Justice Centre to equip the social work sector with basic legal knowledge so that they are able to provide more holistic assistance to their needy clients.

SUPER SHE-RO #2: THIS WOMAN PROVIDES LEGAL HELP FOR THE UNDERPRIVILEGED

August 17th, 2017 Posted by In The News No Comment yet

Our Managing Director June was featured in the August 2017 issue of Her World for her pioneering low bono practice to serve the underprivileged.

LRSuper She-ro #2- This woman provides legal help for the underprivileged | Her WorldHow one woman pro

“June Lim took matters into her own hands to effect change for men and women who have trouble getting legal advice and representation.

For June, law was always going to be a way for her to give back to those who needed help the most.

All this comes from June’s desire to find a sustainable way to help those who need it most.”

Letters Of The Law

February 21st, 2017 Posted by In The News No Comment yet

Our founder and Managing Director, June Lim, shares her motivation for setting up Eden Law and the firm’s low bono concept.

NUS Law Module Assesses Students on Pro Bono Work

January 4th, 2016 Posted by In The News No Comment yet

June mentored NUS law students in a clinical module on migrant worker rights, introducing them to civil compensation claims in foreign domestic worker abuse cases.

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Enhanced Criminal Legal Aid Scheme Officially Launched

May 19th, 2015 Posted by In The News No Comment yet

At the launch of the Enhanced Criminal Legal Aid Scheme, our Managing Director June was interviewed on her involvement in the Criminal Legal Aid Scheme over the years.

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