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Old 01-04-2021, 10:25 AM
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Doing lots of pro bono and CLAS cases doesn''t necessarily make one the best criminal lawyer. Just like you being the most hardworking employee in the company doesn't mean you are the best. Harsh but true.

In my view, only Sant Singh and Sreenivasan are excellent criminal lawyers. Perhaps Peter Low is a distant second.
several young up and coming with potential to be good.
I'd bet on 1 or 2 from the smaller firms.

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even I know why would I tell you and share with you and allow you to compete with me???
Yeah law couples are the worse.
Breakup is ugly. Fight over tooth and nail for everything right down to commas and full stop.

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Yeah law couples are the worse.
Breakup is ugly. Fight over tooth and nail for everything right down to commas and full stop.
Marry a lawyer if you want an argumentative life.
Marry a doctor if you want a kind hearted man who is always not in your life.
Marry a chef if you want a fulfilling life.
Marry an artist if you want to struggle in life over the finer things.
Marry a tech guy if you want a life that is never enough, always upgrading.
Marry a teacher if you want to be educated your whole life.
Marry a gamer if you want to have fun all life.

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Marry a lawyer if you want an argumentative life.
Marry a doctor if you want a kind hearted man who is always not in your life.
Marry a chef if you want a fulfilling life.
Marry an artist if you want to struggle in life over the finer things.
Marry a tech guy if you want a life that is never enough, always upgrading.
Marry a teacher if you want to be educated your whole life.
Marry a gamer if you want to have fun all life.
Doctor good meh? How come so many divorces are either doctors or lawyers?
And they are very acrimonious
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Old 01-04-2021, 11:33 AM
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Actually I donít know why juniors are complaining with $3.8-4.5k salaries.

In Malaysia, junior associates are only paid RM3,000 per month.

We are also not New York or Silicon Valley
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Marry a lawyer if you want an argumentative life.
Marry a doctor if you want a kind hearted man who is always not in your life.
Marry a chef if you want a fulfilling life.
Marry an artist if you want to struggle in life over the finer things.
Marry a tech guy if you want a life that is never enough, always upgrading.
Marry a teacher if you want to be educated your whole life.
Marry a gamer if you want to have fun all life.
Lol this is completely nonsensical.

Marrying a lawyer - A lawyer is generally too tired at the end of the day to argue with their spouse - you mean marry a lawyer if you don't mind not seeing your spouse around. Unless you get an in-house/AGC/Court spouse.

Marrying a chef - most chefs actually eat/live very plainly, helping people cook all day makes them sian of cooking.

Marrying a doctor - Lol you realise doctors are very money-minded (they just have less stress for customers because their industry is built on being secretive with high barriers to entry) and have one of the highest propensities to cheat right (to be fair that's also because they have more money and a "dr" title)? Doctors complain over not being on insurance panels, because they charge too much, or bullshit that the government's attempt to set benchmark fees will "stifle our ability to charge less than the benchmark".

Marrying an artist - Don't think you will struggle. Most Singaporeans are very practical, therefore, people who work in impractical industries like artists in SG are generally from well-to-do families. From what I see, 80% of artists in SG are supported by their (generally upper middle class) families, because low income families can't afford to send their kids to arts school or to buy the necessary tools/training for their kids.

Marrying a tech guy - not bad life if they work at google or big IT firms, but you'll suffer with them if they go the serial entrepreneur (chief IT officer) route.

Marrying a teacher - simple life, long breaks, not enough money.

Marrying a gamer - just don't unless they're already rich.
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Doctor good meh? How come so many divorces are either doctors or lawyers?
And they are very acrimonious
Because being a doctor or lawyer means you attract gold-diggers. You really think the spouses of doctors or lawyers love their husbands out of true love?

Even in university, there is a reason why most male medicine/law undergrads are attached.


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Don't get married is the best.
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Doing lots of pro bono and CLAS cases doesn''t necessarily make one the best criminal lawyer. Just like you being the most hardworking employee in the company doesn't mean you are the best. Harsh but true.

In my view, only Sant Singh and Sreenivasan are excellent criminal lawyers. Perhaps Peter Low is a distant second.
You forgot Chelva
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Because being a doctor or lawyer means you attract gold-diggers. You really think the spouses of doctors or lawyers love their husbands out of true love?

Even in university, there is a reason why most male medicine/law undergrads are attached.
We live in a real world.
Real world has women's charter.
Marrying a rich husband give you a peace of mind now and future,in marriage and in divorce.
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