SUSS law school takes in more poly grads

29 such students in this year's intake of 68; selection focuses on applicants' backgrounds

The SUSS law school - where the average age of students is the late 30s - was set up to address a shortage of lawyers in criminal and family law. PHOTO: SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES/FACEBOOK
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Singapore's first two law schools have been opening their doors to more than just top junior college students recently.

However, the country's newest and third law school has been welcoming a diverse range of students ever since it was set up in 2016.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 12, 2019, with the headline SUSS law school takes in more poly grads. Subscribe