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Yesterday 11:58 PM
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Thanks Alvin. May I inquire if you are hiring assistants or co-actors? Should I send you my CV?
Any thoughts on Alvin's take on sinkie women? Is there a need to reform WC?

'(sinkie) women, instead of procreating based on their sexual selective instinct, then procreated based on the need for economic survival. Normalizing marriage meant a one-to-one pairing between men and women. So the men are happy, because sex is almost guaranteed, but the women definitely aren't, because honestly a lot of these women would rather die than to have their wombs polluted by the weak beta recessive genes of their beta simp husbands. But no choice, have to survive financially, right?'
Yesterday 11:45 PM
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So many other industries for ex-lawyers to venture into, the world is your oyster. Heck, even the much maligned CECA allows you to work in India! Ex-NUS law scholar Alvin Tan is living the dream in the USA. He is doing an AMA in EDMW currently if anyone is tired of law and keen to break into alternative careers.

"without EDMW, I would still be stuck in Malaysia today or at best working as a lawyer in Singapore (which would have made me utterly miserable)."

s://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/eat-drink-man-woman-16/%5Bgpgt%5D-jhk-alvin-tan-chiobu-amdl-kym-6399190.html
Give the man a tiger beer! What a fantastic comeback story (no pun intended) for this former NUS law kid
Yesterday 11:25 PM
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Thanks Alvin. May I inquire if you are hiring assistants or co-actors? Should I send you my CV?
filming your classmates in the hall shower is exactly the kind of experience he is looking for

kcl as usual need not apply, dont think anyone from that prudish sch has anything but grades
Yesterday 08:38 PM
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Hi there

thanks for sharing

may I know whether you went from B4 to m Pillay?
Anybody in construction for any length of time will be able to tell you as much.
This is not insider knowledge of any sort.
Yesterday 08:03 PM
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So many other industries for ex-lawyers to venture into, the world is your oyster. Heck, even the much maligned CECA allows you to work in India! Ex-NUS law scholar Alvin Tan is living the dream in the USA. He is doing an AMA in EDMW currently if anyone is tired of law and keen to break into alternative careers.

"without EDMW, I would still be stuck in Malaysia today or at best working as a lawyer in Singapore (which would have made me utterly miserable)."

s://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/eat-drink-man-woman-16/%5Bgpgt%5D-jhk-alvin-tan-chiobu-amdl-kym-6399190.html
Thanks Alvin. May I inquire if you are hiring assistants or co-actors? Should I send you my CV?
Yesterday 03:13 PM
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how is the retention rate for each of the big 4 firm?
So many other industries for ex-lawyers to venture into, the world is your oyster. Heck, even the much maligned CECA allows you to work in India! Ex-NUS law scholar Alvin Tan is living the dream in the USA. He is doing an AMA in EDMW currently if anyone is tired of law and keen to break into alternative careers.

"without EDMW, I would still be stuck in Malaysia today or at best working as a lawyer in Singapore (which would have made me utterly miserable)."

s://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/eat-drink-man-woman-16/%5Bgpgt%5D-jhk-alvin-tan-chiobu-amdl-kym-6399190.html
Yesterday 03:07 PM
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thanks for sharing

may I know whether you went from B4 to m Pillay?
Yesterday 10:31 AM
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can I ask why?
I'm the person who responded. Also am not the toxic dude who trolls non stop in this group. Please don't let these people stop you from asking questions. I've been lucky to meet some nice seniors out there. I promise there really are some nice people in the industry who won't treat you like ****.

Mpilay is well known for disputes in the industry. The main reason why his name doesn't appear quite as often in Singapore jurisprudence is because he does a lot of arbitration work, which is almost always confidential. Most standard form construction contracts (FIDIC, PSSCOC, SIA) have arbitration clauses in them.

Mpillay's specialty is in construction, which as i've explained before in this forum i find to be interesting and rewarding, but slow in terms of progression. You can have a look at the profiles of the assocs/snr assocs in his team. You'll realize that many of them remain at the same "title" for many years.

SH is a well-known brand name firm in corp/com work. I heard that they retrenched a bunch of their Hong Kong associates in the last 2 years or so. While i don't know what this means for the Singapore office (I don't believe retrenchments have occurred here), it's a little worrisome.
25-10-2020 06:00 PM
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My dear ceca poster, pulling the race card will not win you any sympathy here as ceca refers to a treaty and not any particular race. As Singaporean citizens we are entitled to criticise lopsided agreements entered into on our behalf.

Furthermore, how you can get hired to work in Singapore with such a poor command of English baffles the mind. Consider yourself lucky to be getting 50:1 increase in your pay at the expense of Singaporean workers.
Talk so much cowardly rubbish.... i say vivien watching got u scared eh. Name us the country that ceca covers and then tell us if there are other races. Why dont u attack us sg fta or other countries. Why ceca
25-10-2020 03:39 PM
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Vivien ils watching u making these racist comments w the ceca agreement on table.

Agc can catch people be racist on forums over death penalty u think u can get away.
My dear ceca poster, pulling the race card will not win you any sympathy here as ceca refers to a treaty and not any particular race. As Singaporean citizens we are entitled to criticise lopsided agreements entered into on our behalf.

Furthermore, how you can get hired to work in Singapore with such a poor command of English baffles the mind. Consider yourself lucky to be getting 50:1 increase in your pay at the expense of Singaporean workers.
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