* Total goes in-house for a $3.6 billion New Guinea oil and gas deal* Freshfields takes the lead on planned $2.8 billion China Everbright Bank IPO* Allens and Clifford Chance on $1 billion U.S.-China
...Adrian Tan has left Drew & Napier for Stamford Law...
The list of the names of the 8,098 candidates who passed the bar examination given on July 30 and 31
* Skadden guides U.S. auto parts maker on $1.25 billion China JV exit* Allen & Gledhill on $906 million Singapore hotel buy* Firms feast on Domino's Pizza Japan takeove
...at Singapore’s Drew & Napier. Sidley said Tju was joining an expanding Asia...
* S&C and Linklaters on $1.7 billion Chinese dairy deal* Freshfields guides China's Dalian Wanda on British shopping trip* Hogan Lovells, Norton Rose Fulbright team for $3 billion Mongolian coal mini
* Linklaters takes the lead on Sumitomo Mitsui's $1.5 billon Indonesia acquisition* Three firms on New Zealand's largest-ever IPO* The world's first publicly traded law firm is raising $64 million to
2,060 applicants received passing scores
...already tried several prominent Singapore barristers, including Davinder Singh SC of Drew & Napier, Lok Vi Ming SC of Rodyk & Davidson, and Francis Xavier...
...Davinder Singh SC of Drew & Napier, Lok Vi Ming SC of ...
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