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Old 14-10-2019, 01:16 PM
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CECA didn't exactly throw open the doors for either side. Legal services remain heavily regulated in both Singapore and India and CECA did not really change this. Some Singaporeans may complain about CECA, but please don't generalise this to include all Singaporeans.

As to why Singapore lawyers don't practise in India, this is largely because laws in India do make it very difficult to do so. While Singapore doesn't exactly make it easy for Indian lawyers, there are still avenues for Indian lawyers to practise here (e.g. as Registered Foreign Lawyers). Unfortunately, the same can't be said for Singapore lawyers wanting to practise in India as India's Advocates Act tightly restricts who can practise there. For example, although you don't need to be a Singapore Citizen to be called to the Singapore Bar, India's Advocates Act requires that someone intending to be called to an Indian Bar be a citizen of India.

A 2018 ruling by India's Supreme Court also limits the extent to which foreign firms and lawyers could advise clients in India (see: s://.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=4baf8390-ce75-4ae9-863e-7835bb66d702).
That's true, CECA and its subsequent iterations were generally a bad deal for Singaporeans. The government scholars who signed it stuffed up big time there.

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wong : 6.4 base, 1 month bonus. after 7 months rise to 6.9.
RT 5.9, will top up to 7 retrospectively if u make it to 18 months.
A&G not sure, but given what happen recently u can imagine urself.
Not sure abt drew, think is about the same as RT

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wong : 6.4 base, 1 month bonus. after 7 months rise to 6.9.
RT 5.9, will top up to 7 retrospectively if u make it to 18 months.
A&G not sure, but given what happen recently u can imagine urself.
Not sure abt drew, think is about the same as RT
Wrong on all counts. Please don't post rubbish if you have no idea what you're talking about.

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wong : 6.4 base, 1 month bonus. after 7 months rise to 6.9.
RT 5.9, will top up to 7 retrospectively if u make it to 18 months.
A&G not sure, but given what happen recently u can imagine urself.
Not sure abt drew, think is about the same as RT
Sorry what happened with A&G recently and how does it affect pay? Slightly out of the loop here.
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Sorry what happened with A&G recently and how does it affect pay? Slightly out of the loop here.
Curious as well. Just accepted a TC offer from A&G so I'd love to know how it stacks up with the other big firms.
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Wrong on all counts. Please don't post rubbish if you have no idea what you're talking about.
Got these numbers directly from freshly called associates.

Interesting how you call it rubbish but don't provide any numbers of your own. Are you here to help or troll?
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Got these numbers directly from freshly called associates.

Interesting how you call it rubbish but don't provide any numbers of your own. Are you here to help or troll?
Wong's profit margin so low - 6.4 + bonus is impossible lol.

More like 6k inclusive of front loaded bonuses.
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Got these numbers directly from freshly called associates.

Interesting how you call it rubbish but don't provide any numbers of your own. Are you here to help or troll?
I'm a "freshly called associate"; your numbers are definitely wrong. Your sources are either lying to you, or you're just lying.
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Got these numbers directly from freshly called associates.

Interesting how you call it rubbish but don't provide any numbers of your own. Are you here to help or troll?
Who's the real troll here? I'm not the one spreading misinformation. It's more interesting to watch clowns like you talk as if you actually know anything than to share salaries that are going to be continuously revised anyway.
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Any freshly called associates finding
that work life is a constant struggle

toxic unhelpful environment
plus long working hours


I wonder if it is all worth anything to practice?


How is life in public sector as AGC officer like?
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