Highlight Video: Grand Opening of Maxwell Chambers Suites, 8 Aug 2019

Watch the Highlights of the Grand Opening of Maxwell Chambers Suites on 8 August 2019! The new premises was officially opened by Law Minister Mr K Shanmugam, SC as well as our Chairman, Mr Philip Jeyaretnam, SC. With the expanded Maxwell Chambers, Singapore strengthens its position as an internationally acclaimed dispute resolution hub. ...

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Maxwell Chambers Suites Officially Opens Today Giving Yet Another Boost to Singapore’s Legal Hub Position

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text] [/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height="10px"][vc_column_text] Singapore Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law K Shanmugam, SC, and Chairman of Maxwell Chambers Mr Philip Jeyaretnam, SC, today officially opened Maxwell Chambers Suites, the new extension of Maxwell Chambers. They were joined by Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office and Second Minister for Finance and Education Indranee Rajah and Senior Minister of State for Law and Health Edwin Tong, as well as ministers and senior officials from 12 countries, and more than 350 guests from the government, judiciary, law firms, dispute resolution institutions, law associations, businesses and academia. Read more here....

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Heritage And Photography Groups First To Preview Maxwell Chambers Suites

Some 90 members of various heritage and photography groups were amongst the first to receive a preview of newly-restored conserved building, Maxwell Chambers Suites, ahead of its grand opening on 8 August 2019. They will participate in a social media competition where they will share what they learn on social media. The preview is part of the Ministry of Law’s effort to work with the heritage and photography communities to share the building’s rich history and heritage with Singaporeans through social media and photography, as Singapore celebrates its Bicentennial Year and 54th National Day. Read the full press release here....

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50 Students From 13 Schools Appointed Singapore Convention Youth Ambassadors

Some 50 students from 13 schools will be appointed Singapore Convention Youth Ambassadors to high-level international delegations visiting Singapore in August to witness the signing of the Singapore Convention on Mediation. This was announced on 18 June by the Ministry of Law (MinLaw) at the launch of the Singapore Convention Youth Involvement Programme at Maxwell Chambers. Under this programme, the 17 to 18-year-old students will host guided tours around key places of interest. On 8th August, the students will lead foreign delegates on tours of Maxwell Chambers and its expansion, Maxwell Chambers Suites, which will hold its Grand Opening on the same...

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Works on Maxwell Chambers Suites Completed After Two Years of Restoration Works

Dispute resolution complex to house 11 international institutions, 20 disputes chambers and practices from 11 countries The Singapore Ministry of Law announced today that it has completed the refurbishment of the conserved building at 28 Maxwell Road, renamed Maxwell Chambers Suites. The restored building will be given a new lease of life as a dispute resolution complex to meet growing demand for dispute resolution services in Asia and further boost Singapore’s position as an international dispute resolution hub. Maxwell Chambers Suites will open on 8 August 2019. Maxwell Chambers Suites is expected to house at least 11 international institutions and 20 disputes...

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Maxwell Chambers Suites to officially open on 8 August 2019

Maxwell Chambers Suites, the old Traffic Police headquarters along Maxwell Road, will officially open on 8 August as part of the expanded Maxwell Chambers after two years of restoration works. The expansion of the dispute resolution complex commenced in 2017 to meet the growing demand for dispute resolution services in Singapore. The opening date was announced by Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam on Friday (April 26) at the Inter-Pacific Bar Association conference. In his speech, Mr Shanmugam addressed the following: Maxwell Chambers Suites, along with other initiatives, has boosted Singapore's position as an international dispute resolution centre Demand for dispute resolution services...

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Singapore, Japan Holds First High-Level Joint Legal Conference

Singapore and Japan held their first high-level joint legal conference in Tokyo, Japan on 12 March 2019, the Japan-Singapore International Legal and Dispute Resolution Conference. The conference was organised by the Singapore Ministry of Law and the Japan Association of Arbitrators (JAA). Read the full press release here....

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Singapore, China to set up international panel of mediators for Belt and Road projects

On 24 January 2019, the China-Singapore International Commercial Dispute Resolution Conference took place in Beijing to support the development of the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) and advance China-Singapore cooperation in international commercial legal services. Organised by the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) and the Singapore Ministry of Law, the organisation of the conference was supported by the CCPIT Legal Affairs Department, the CCPIT Mediation Centre, and Maxwell Chambers. It was attended by around 250 government officials, legal and dispute resolution practitioners, in-house counsels and C-suite executives from Singapore and China. The Conference also saw the signing of a Memorandum...

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First High Level International Dispute Resolution Conference to Strengthen China-Singapore Cooperation in Legal Services

The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) and the Singapore Ministry of Law co-organised the first China-Singapore International Commercial Dispute Resolution Conference on Thursday, 24 January 2019 in Beijing, China, to support the development of the Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) and further China-Singapore cooperation in legal services. Over 300 government officials, business executives, legal practitioners and academics from China and Singapore attended the one-day conference. Participants explored new opportunities for legal services under the BRI and discussed how China and Singapore could work together to help business resolve commercial disputes more effectively through the use of mediation,...

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