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[Webinar] Perspectives from the Bench -- To Appeal or Not To Appeal

"If you’re gonna play the game, you're gonna learn to play it right, You’ve got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em, Know when to walk away.  And know when to run ....

 

A rare opportunity to hear first-hand from our Appellate Judges on the workings of the appellate courts, how they handle the appeal process, and how they prepare for their hearings. Unravel the mystery of what they want for their appeal hearings, and on the pitfalls to avoid. What the parameters are for professional conduct or misconduct. How to reverse a finding of facts by the trial Judge. How to make new law and persuade the Court of Appeal to depart from a previous ruling. How to distinguish difficult cases. The working of Procedural provisions such as Order 57 rule 9A (5). Why Zoom hearings are different. When five Judges will be empanelled. How the cases are filtered between the Court of Appeal and the Appellate Division of the High Court.

 

An even rarer opportunity to ask your burning questions such as: the importance of the formatting/ colouring, whether specific issues will be raised to counsel beforehand to be prepared/ to be addressed, hard or soft copies, time allocation, role of JLC, how many case authorities to tender, costs estimates, etc.

 

A must-attend for all litigation practitioners.

 

Programme

4.45pm

Participants log in

5.00pm

Welcome Remarks by

  • The Honourable Justice Chua Lee Ming, Supreme Court of Singapore

5.10pm

Presentations by:

  • The Honourable Justice Belinda Ang, President of the Appellate Division, Supreme Court of Singapore
  • The Honourable Justice Steven Chong, Justice of the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Singapore 

6.10pm

 

Q&A moderated by:

  • Mr Chelva Rajah SC, Managing Partner, Tan Rajah and Cheah 

6.30pm

End

 

 

For enquiries, please call +65 6332 4388 or email to [email protected].

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Webinar Date:
19 October 2021 (05.00pm - 06.30pm)

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Associate Student Price - $32.10
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$96.30

"If you’re gonna play the game, you're gonna learn to play it right, You’ve got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em, Know when to walk away.  And know when to run ....

 

A rare opportunity to hear first-hand from our Appellate Judges on the workings of the appellate courts, how they handle the appeal process, and how they prepare for their hearings. Unravel the mystery of what they want for their appeal hearings, and on the pitfalls to avoid. What the parameters are for professional conduct or misconduct. How to reverse a finding of facts by the trial Judge. How to make new law and persuade the Court of Appeal to depart from a previous ruling. How to distinguish difficult cases. The working of Procedural provisions such as Order 57 rule 9A (5). Why Zoom hearings are different. When five Judges will be empanelled. How the cases are filtered between the Court of Appeal and the Appellate Division of the High Court.

 

An even rarer opportunity to ask your burning questions such as: the importance of the formatting/ colouring, whether specific issues will be raised to counsel beforehand to be prepared/ to be addressed, hard or soft copies, time allocation, role of JLC, how many case authorities to tender, costs estimates, etc.

 

A must-attend for all litigation practitioners.

 

Programme

4.45pm

Participants log in

5.00pm

Welcome Remarks by

  • The Honourable Justice Chua Lee Ming, Supreme Court of Singapore

5.10pm

Presentations by:

  • The Honourable Justice Belinda Ang, President of the Appellate Division, Supreme Court of Singapore
  • The Honourable Justice Steven Chong, Justice of the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Singapore 

6.10pm

 

Q&A moderated by:

  • Mr Chelva Rajah SC, Managing Partner, Tan Rajah and Cheah 

6.30pm

End

 

 

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