The Law Society of Singapore and AsiaLawNetwork.com co-organized a luncheon for lawyers together with the Small Law Firms Committee and the State Courts & Family Justice Courts Committee last week. The luncheon was oversubscribed within 2 days and we had a great turnout at the State Courts Bar Room for 70+ lawyers where the audience had lunch and listened to two presentations:
- How to Supercharge your Law Practice by Cherilyn Tan, CEO & Co-Founder, Asia Law Network
- Compliance Issue: Business Registration Act / Business Names Registration by Daniel Tan, Assistant Director of Compliance Department, Law Society of Singapore
- Knowing your CPD Requirements – Phase 3 of Mandatory CPD Scheme by Mr Mohammed Rizuan Bin Pathie, Vice-Chairperson, CPD Committee
Our CEO Cherilyn spent 30 minutes sharing more on how lawyers can use our solutions like Quick Consult and having a profile in our lawyer directory to supercharge their legal practices. Steven Gam from our partner PayPal also joined us to share more about PayPal’s payment solutions, along with representatives from SPRING and Law Society of Singapore. The lawyers who are currently on AsiaLawNetwork.com came to share their experiences and testimonials using our system.
We are also very grateful to the support and presence of our advisors Shashi Nathan, Prof Tan Wee Liang, Wang Yingyu and Steven Liew – who sent his regards from Japan! Thanks to our partners and the participants who helped make the event possible and a success.
Photography by Kenneth Ong
This article is written by Gabriel The from Asia Law Network.
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