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LL.B. (Hons.), NUS
Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore
Litigation, Mediation, Civil, Criminal, Family
Shalini is an associate with the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice, where her work is focused on criminal and civil litigation. Shalini is a dedicated and committed lawyer who always puts her best foot forward. She strongly believes in providing personalised solutions for her clients.
Her previous experience includes blue- and white-collar crime cases and serving as assistant counsel in several criminal trials. She has also assisted in several Criminal Legal Aid Scheme cases.
Shalini trained at a boutique family law firm, gaining exposure in complex matrimonial matters at all levels of the Singapore Courts.
It was also this early exposure which deepened her awareness to the importance of mediation and the emerging trends in Alternative Dispute Resolution. In fact, Shalini’s article titled, “A Critical Analysis of Mandatory Mediation in the Family Justice Courts in Singapore” was one of the winning essays chosen to be published in Contemporary Issues in Mediation Volume 5.
NUS LAW SCHOOL
Shalini graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) with Honours in 2019 and was admitted to the Singapore Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2020.
ADVOCACY & FORENSIC SCIENCE
During her undergraduate years at NUS Law, Shalini’s interest in advocacy and criminal litigation led her to being a Grand Finalist in the Advocacy Cup 2018. She also received an Honourable Mention for the Forensic Science Expert Advocacy Cup in 2019.
A firm believer of giving back to the community, she has been an active participant in pro-bono initiatives. While at the National University of Singapore, she held leadership positions in the NUS Pro Bono Group.
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