Top London sets size up initiative to allow QCs to practise in Singapore
UK Queen’s Counsel (QCs) could be granted advocacy rights in Singapore for the first time in more than a decade as a result of a consultation by the country’s Ministry of Law. The consultation, issued last month in response to growing numbers of commercial disputes in the country and a shortage of litigation lawyers, proposes granting a handful of licences to foreign lawyers such as QCs or senior counsel from Australia or Hong Kong.
UK Queen’s Counsel (QCs) could be granted advocacy rights in Singapore for the first time in more than a decade as a result of a consultation by the country’s Ministry of Law.
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