Elizabeth Tan
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Elizabeth is armed with a degree in Communications and English Language and handles content specifically for the online consumption of information.

Lawyer feature with Jasmine Toh from Taylor Vinters Via
Features,Lawyer Features

Reading Time: 5 minutesHaving been a corporate communications practitioner for 6-7 years, Jasmine intrigued us with this bold mid career move to become a lawyer. Imagine our delight when Jasmine agreed to share with us her motivations and journey! After graduating from the Singapore Management University (with magna cum laude) and completing Part B of the Singapore Bar […]

Lawyer Feature with Shobna from Dentons Rodyk
Features,Lawyer Features

Reading Time: 7 minutesMarch is International Women’s month and celebrates women from all walks of life. Here at Asia Law Network, we continue to highlight these amazing women who have walked different journeys clocked various achievements, and are willing to share their experiences. And the pleasure is all ours when Shobna a Partner with Dentons Rodyk took time […]

[Photos] Asia Law Network & SCCA: Resilience through play
Events and Photo Gallery,Features

Reading Time: 1 minutesAsia Law Network together with the Singapore Corporate Counsel Association (SCCA), held a well-being event that promotes resilience through play. In the fast-changing environment, being able to adapt quickly is the foundation for resilience. Resilience is a person’s capacity for stress-related growth. Lawyers who develop resilience, gain many benefits, including the ability to tolerate change, […]

[Photos] Financial and Alternative Investments: Moving towards Financial Liberty
Business,Business Advice,Events and Photo Gallery,Features

Reading Time: 1 minutesOn the 30th January 2019, Asia Law Network together with Lu International organised a panel discussion on Financial and Alternative Investments. The speakers on Panel One include: Ms Gillian Lee, Head of Business Development and Marketing at Lu International, Mr Benjamin Szeto, Deputy Head of RHTLaw Taylor Wessing’s Private Wealth Industry Group, Mr Steven Liew, […]

Why Get Married? And What Happens if the Relationship Goes South Quickly Post Marriage?

Reading Time: 6 minutesMany Singaporeans have dreams of that perfect wedding – in a beautiful church with the bride dressed in white, with the heartiest of celebrations and yum sengs through the night. However, after the party is over and the haze from a night of celebration fades, where the couple finds themselves is at the start of […]

Lawyer Feature – Patrick Tay from NTUC
Lawyer Features

Reading Time: 4 minutesImagine our excitement when we had the opportunity to sit down with Patrick, Assistant-Secretary General of NTUC, one of his many portfolios. Equipped with a Master in Laws, we asked Patrick about his motivation and vision for the future of employment law in Singapore. What made you choose to be a lawyer and what drives […]

Do you know what are professional deputies and donees?
Legal Updates,Personal,Wills, Probates and Trusts

Reading Time: 4 minutesYou’re single, and you don’t have close family members or close friends who will look after you should you fall ill. Or, perhaps you do, but you don’t wish to “burden” them. You are not educated, and never worked a single day. Your husband provided for the family. You weren’t rich, but you had enough: […]

Cross Borders Series: Divorce Proceedings in Singapore as a Foreigner (Part 2 out of 2)
Divorce and Child Custody,Personal,Regional Law

Reading Time: 5 minutesWhat are some of the concerns you might have when it comes to cross border divorce? In a final part of the two part series, the practical concerns regarding where to divorce if you or your spouse is a foreigner are addressed. What If My Spouse and I Do Not Agree on the Place to […]