Two new compulsory modules for NUS law freshmen, more attention on field of tech in law

Final-year NUS law student Tan Wee Liang (above) undertook a prize-winning research project on copyright in AI-generated works. PHOTO: COURTESY OF TAN WEE LIANG
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SINGAPORE - Recognising the impact of technology on the legal profession, law schools here are infusing more tech-related modules into their curriculum.

The National University of Singapore (NUS) is introducing two compulsory modules starting with the intake of law undergraduates in the new academic year in August.

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