Shook Lin & Bok is proud of our training programmes for our lawyers, pupils and interns. The firm’s team based approach to working facilitates good exposure to ensure that our people develop their own knowledge from the wealth of experience within the firm. Shook Lin & Bok strongly encourages a culture of idea sharing and individual development.
The firm’s professional development team has worked closely together on the selection of legal topics and has organised regular sessions to update our people on legal and market developments. To complement our legal skills training, a soft skills training programme is conducted in-house to equip our people with the necessary skills required for legal practice.
The firm’s In-House Continuing Legal Education Programme for 2018 is listed below:
|No.||Proposed Topics||Speakers||Proposed Dates|
|1.||Changing Face of the Legal Profession||Adeline Chin Yih Fen||January 2018|
|2.||Introduction to the basic principles of Islamic Finance||Jalalullail Othman & Hoh Kiat Ching||February 2018|
|3.||An introduction to Construction Law||Victoria Loi||March 2018|
|4.||Cross Border IP Issues: Patents & Trademarks||Michael Soo||April 2018|
|5.||The Art of Advocacy||Edward Kuruvilla & Gregory Das||May 2018|
|6.||Interactive Case Study on e.g. the Dudley & Stevens case||David Mathew & Karen Kaur||June 2018|
|7.||An Overview of FinTech||Tan Gian Chung||July 2018|
|8.||Basic Tax Law||Steven Thiru & Tania Edward||August 2018|
|9.||Back to Basics on Employment Law||Janice Anne & David Ng Yew Kiat||September 2018|
|10.||Solicitor’s Trust Account||Khong Mei Lin||October 2018|
|11.||Practical Debt Recovery||Ng Hooi Huang & Cheah Faan Jin||November 2018|
|12.||2018 Year in Review||Nagarajah Muttiah & Michael Soo||December 2018|