SpotlightAIJA Podcast

S02E06: The law of business and business of law in Asia

2022-04-07

Audrey Jarreton and Lars Raedschelders - hosts of this episode and Academic Coordinators of the upcoming AIJA's 60th International Young Lawyers' Congress in Singapore - talk to Paul Tan and Rama Tiwari about doing business in Asia and more specifically in Singapore.

In this episode we cover:

  • What makes Singapore such a business friendly and innovative hub in Asia also from a legal standpoint?
  • Is the position of Singapore in the region an important success factor for the development of the legal industry?   
  • What does it mean and what does it take to be a trusted legal advisor?
  • What initiatives is Singapore taking to transform the legal function?

About the guests:

  • Paul Tan, a commercial litigation and international arbitration specialist, specialised in managing disputes across South East Asia, and Head of the Formal Law Alliance litigation practice for South East Asia at Clifford Chance
  • Rama Tiwari, Chief Executive at Singapore Academy of Law, Executive Director of SAL Ventures, a subsidiary responsible for the development of the legal tech ecosystem.


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SpotlightAIJA guests contribute to this podcast in their personal capacity and the opinions expressed (or experiences shared) are their own. They don’t reflect the views or opinions of AIJA or its members.