Taylor's Law School is committed to training students in an environment that is not only challenging and thought-provoking, but at the same time, supportive of their needs and the needs of the profession. Leveraging on our reputation as a premier Law school for the last 25 years, we take our responsiblility of nurturing future members of the legal profession very seriously.
Our purpose is to produce law graduates with outstanding professional skills and high ethical value who meaningfully contribute to society by humanising the law. We endeavour to train our graduates to become lawyers who will inject the human element of "life and soul" into the black letter of the law.
Students gain insights into the legal profession and hands-on training before they even graduate.
We groom future lawyers with a global perspective and understanding of international issues.
We have established close collaboration with some of the most prestigious law firms and members of the legal profession in the country.
Students can opt to articulate to Taylor's UK partner universities.
Understand the impact of international law and institutions and those regulating business activities globally with the Master of Laws (International Business and Trade Law) programme.
Have a good grasp of legal issues arising from healthcare service provisions with the Master of Laws (Healthcare and Medical Law) programme.
Gain strong knowledge of law theory and application. Be sought-after as individuals that contribute to new knowledge, practice, development of law and society with the Doctor of Philosophy (Law) programme.
Taylor's University offers our students with wide options of overseas articulation to meet their unique learning profiles.
International Conference on The Future Of Law and Legal Practice on 15th & 16th Oct 2019
Overall 4th and 5th Placed Teams: LAWASIA International Moot Semi-Finals (National Rounds)
Champion: Gandhi Memorial Debate
1st Runner-up: LAWASIA International Moot (National Rounds)
2nd Runner-up: Colloquium on Gender Equality Initiative
Bar Council’s Gender Equality Initiative; Champion for Colloquim and 1st Runner-up for Debates
1st Runner-up: Gandhi Memorial Debate
1st Runner-up: LAWASIA International Moot Competition (International Rounds)
Brenda Chan; Best Mooter Award: LAWASIA International Moot Competition (National Rounds) & 1st Runner-up for Best Mooter Award: LAWASIA International Moot Competition (International Rounds)
The Spirit of LAWASIA Team Award
National Champions: LAWASIA International Moot Competition
1st Runner-up: LAWASIA International Moot Competition (National Rounds)
Taylor's University offers our students with customisable education pathway to meet their unique learning profiles.
Student will able to get exclusive and personalised learning experiences as they progress in their education toward graduation.
A replica of the courtroom, designed to simulate court environment and procedures to provide a more realistic experience for students when they practice in court after graduation. Mooting exercises are compulsory for first year students.
A community service space operates by TLS's faculty members & students to provide free legal advice to people who cannot afford to pay legal fees. This is because we believe no one should be deprived of access to justice because of their financial status. For appointment booking, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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