Chief exec roles underscore growing demands of managing legal work: Experts

AGC chief executive Hui Choon Kuen (left) and SAL chief executive Rama Tiwari took on their roles early this year.
AGC chief executive Hui Choon Kuen (left) and SAL chief executive Rama Tiwari took on their roles early this year.PHOTOS: AGC, SAL

SINGAPORE - Growing demands in managing legal work amid shifting complexities have underlined the role of the chief executive in major law enterprises such as the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) and the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL), say industry observers.

The AGC, which created the new post of chief executive in January and appointed legal veteran Hui Choon Kuen, said the move was meant to provide the best support for staff managing increasingly complex work.

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