Nadja AlexanderSMU Professor Nadja Alexander hopes that mediation will become people’s first recourse when they have a dispute to settle.
SMU Associate Professor Pearlie KohExisting laws could be refined to better govern the interactions between directors, shareholders and other company stakeholders, says SMU Associate Professor Pearlie Koh.
SMU Associate Professor Saw Cheng LimIntellectual property laws strike a balance between incentivising innovation and ensuring that information and freedom of expression are not curtailed, says SMU Associate Professor Saw Cheng Lim.
SMU School of LawSociety must carefully weigh the merits and potential pitfalls of advanced AI that can do the work of junior lawyers, make judicial decisions and influence human behaviour, said experts at SMU’s Future of Law Conference.
SMU Associate Professor Gary ChanIn defamation cases, SMU Associate Professor Gary Chan believes that a declaration of falsity should be one way for plaintiffs to clear their name.
SMU Associate Professor Low Kee YangWhen parties outsource duties to independent contractors who then carry out the work negligently, is the hiring party also responsible? SMU Associate Professor Low Kee Yang believes so.
SMU Associate Professor Henry GaoDespite its ascent on the world stage, SMU Associate Professor Henry Gao’s research shows that China may prefer to keep a low profile in global organisations.
SMU Associate Professor Lee Pey WoanDetermining who is legally answerable for a wrong in the civil context can be complicated, but research being done by SMU Associate Professor Lee Pey Woan is helping to clear the air.
SMU Assistant Professor Chen SiyuanFears that recreational drones could be used for spying or terrorism are based on little more than paranoia, SMU Assistant Professor Chen Siyuan’s research shows.