Just Sing

​​​​​​​​Just Sing 'Justice in the Groove' is a highly anticipated privately ticketed concert featuring legal alumni who have left practice to pursue a career in the music industry such as Rani Singam and Jimmy Ye. Wang Renyi (frontman of "Cheating Sons" who is also an in-house counsel) and Chok Kerong (who went straight into music upon graduating from law school), are also featured in uniting both the legal fraternity and the community in promoting legal awareness and access to justice, under the banner of the 'Justice for All' project.

Save the date. We will be releasing more information on how your donations, which qualify for 250% tax deduction, entitle you to tickets to this exciting event.

We hope to see you at Just Sing, 6 May 2016 at 7.30pm at the Esplanade Concert Hall!​

For more information, please click here: ​http://www.lawsociety.org.sg/event/justsing/​


The Pro Bono Services Office is immensely grateful to all donors and supporters who came out in a strong show of support for the Just Sing concert on 6 May 2016 at the Esplanade Concert Hall. The level of support from the legal fraternity, corporates, foundations and individuals to help make access to justice available to the needy, vulnerable and marginalised in our society was truly unprecedented. In particular, we would like to thank Minister for Law Mr K Shanmugam for being our Guest of Honour as well as key members of our community for their presence.

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