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Today 01:38 AM
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How do SUSS graduates fare in the big 4? Whatís the retention like for these grads?
they don't even get in
Yesterday 10:41 PM
Unregistered How do SUSS graduates fare in the big 4? Whatís the retention like for these grads?
Yesterday 04:09 PM
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I am a newly qualified lawyer, local NUS 2.1

I have applied for the above prosecution officer post.

Does anyone know what the work culture/hours is like in MOM?
Hearsay quite intense
Yesterday 02:16 PM
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I am a newly qualified lawyer, local NUS 2.1

I have applied for the above prosecution officer post.

Does anyone know what the work culture/hours is like in MOM?
I heard pay differs from the normal AGC legal officer role. can anyone confirm? Has this changed after the 2022 OLY changes?
Yesterday 01:40 PM
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MOM Prosecution department

I am a newly qualified lawyer, local NUS 2.1

I have applied for the above prosecution officer post.

Does anyone know what the work culture/hours is like in MOM?
Yesterday 07:59 AM
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It's not rare at all. Just off the top of my head:

US: Dechert, JD, HL, K&S, Sidley, Shearman, W&C
MC: A&O, CC, LL, Freshfields
SC: Ashurst, HSF, NRF

And many of them do hire SG-qualified associates, though these tend to be people with stellar credentials (ex-JLC, NUS FCH/SMU summa, Oxbridge, international moot champions, etc). There is a much greater emphasis on academics and raw intelligence given the nature of disputes work at that level which calls for intricate legal analysis and argumentation.
What is the best way to get intk these firms if im a NUS 2:1.

Will connections / referrals from my peers (who r in there) help?
26-06-2022 06:21 PM
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what are my TC prospects, NUS second lower? will mid sized firms take me for TC?
Big firms will take you now with the supply shortage.
26-06-2022 02:44 PM
Unregistered any gossips from dechert ppl here abt the neil gerrard case?
26-06-2022 01:46 PM
Unregistered What's the NQ like at bird & bird atmd? Heard their retention rate is notoriously low
26-06-2022 01:14 PM
Unregistered For disputes, is it better for me to apply for a TC at a b4 firm or somewhere more international like baker/cc?
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