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OTP Law Corporation mentioned in Justice Lee Seiu Kin’s ((Chair of the Singapore Academy of Law’s Legal Technology Cluster) speech made during FLIP 2nd Anniversary.

 

“These trailblazers range from solo practices and small firms like Consigclear LLC and OTP Law Corp to large international firms…”

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NOV 19, 2019, 5:00 AM SGT

“Ms Naomi Low, who posted her 2017 experience on the website of OTP Law Corporation, said: “There were times when I felt that I was not being of much help, or that I was troubling the rest from their work”.

Artificial Intelligence & The Law in Singapore

Qualitative research into the relationship between artificial intelligence and the legal industry in Singapore, expanding into the consideration of legal education through the lens of knowledge management.

Interviews were conducted with; (1) Mr Lim Seng Siew – Partner, OTP Law Corporation (2) Mr Mark Findlay – Professor of Law, Singapore Management University; Deputy Director, Centre for AI and Data Governance (3) Mr Jerrold Soh – Lecturer of Law, Singapore Management University; Co-Founder of Lex Quanta This short video documentary was created for the purposes of Singapore Management University’s course, “Governing, Managing & Protecting Knowledge in Organisations” taught by Professor Thomas Menkhoff.

Our Director Susan Tay "On the Night Chat" 938NOW with Susan Ng last night.

They discussed factors that couples should consider while contemplating divorces such as matters pertaining to custody of children, matrimonial assets, maintenance, and property. She also talked shared on ‘Divorce and You’ outreach talks and other channels of assistance a people may want to consider. Susan ended the talk by sharing to all listeners that there is always light at the end of the tunnel.

Law Society urges firms to adopt new technology - PUBLISHED MAY 16, 2019, 5:00 AM SG, lester wong, straits times

“Local law firm OTP Law Corporation is currently using a cloud-based practice management system called CoreMatter, which allows its four lawyers to manage information like case files and financial invoices on their cell phones”.

A year on, Singapore Academy of Law’s Future Law Innovation Programme continues to drive legal innovation

“It has been encouraging to see buy-in from legal partners. The enthusiasm to transform and adapt to changing times can be seen in the efforts of FLIP participants like Rajah & Tann, Dentons Rodyk and Clifford Chance, who have set up dedicated legal tech arms to deliver value to their clients. Our smaller law firms, too, like OTP Law Corp, have leveraged FLIP to lighten-up their back-end operations and increase efficiency,” said Justice Lee Seiu Kin, who chairs SAL’s Legal Technology Cluster.

Preparing a firm for disruption – how one firm looked beyond technology

” Fuji lawyers have been encouraged to embrace the paperless journey and collaborate with technology

Preparing a firm for disruption – how one firm looked beyond technology

“As a lawyer, technologist and regulator, Lim Seng Siew is familiar with wearing many professional ‘hats’, especially when it comes to legal innovation. In addition, he has also recently joined the CLI Advisory Board”.

“There’s a running joke amongst young Australian lawyers about becoming “the other kind of barrister”, i.e. the barista. In Singapore, we’ve all heard of the young lawyer who quit their job to start their own business – nightclubs, Japanese food, skincare products, just to name a few. Comparatively less has been written about the young lawyer who quit their job to start their own law firm.
 
In this article, Alicia Zhuang (“AZ”) speaks with three gutsy lawyers who did just that. Susan Tay Ting Lan (“ST”), the lao jiao of the lot, started OTP Law Corporation 26 years ago. The other two, Wilbur Lim (“WL”) and Hazell Ng (“HN”), started WMH Law Corporation just last year. In addition to asking them “why”, “when”, and “how”, this interview attempts to explore the mindsets of the three, and their motivations”.

“Guest speakers for the talk, Ms. June Lim from Eden Law Corporation and Ms Susan Tay from OTP Law Corporation, shared information about the different aspects of Hague convention and introduced Project Relocation, an initiative between their respective law firms to provide accessible legal help to foreign spouses seeking to return to their countries with their children. Participants were also given a step-by-step guide on how they could apply to Project Relocation and the kind of help they would receive”.

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