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As Singapore continue to establish itself as a reputable business hub and a world-leading financial centre,  a number of smaller law firms that are delivering quality services and handling signifcant workloads have emerged.

 

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To highlight these upcoming firms, the January/February 2024 issue of ALB is spotlighting a list of Firms to Watch for Singapore. These firms are small but are already creating a buzz, and are either challenging, or have the potential to challenge, much larger law firms for their share of the work.

While submissions are not mandatory, firms are welcome to submit for consideration. We will combine our industry knowledge with news reports, general buzz, and publicly available information to select the firms on this list.

Please note that only firms with 10 partners or fewer will be considered.

To submit, please download the submission form and send it to bingqing.wang@thomsonreuters. The deadline for submissions is on Friday, December 15, 2023.

 

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