The Empirical Judicial Research initiative provides a unique research space and testbed to produce innovative or validate existing judicial practices and policies.
Litigants-In-Person: Principles and Practice in Civil and Family Matters in Singapore
Schemes of Arrangements in Singapore: Empirical and Comparative Analyses
Do Better Lawyers Win More Often? Measures of Advocate Quality and Their Impact in Singapore's Supreme Court
The State of Legal Innovation in Asia-Pacific
International Divorces in Singapore: A Study of Trends from Cases Filed in the Family Courts
Singapore as a Centre for International Commercial Litigation: Party Autonomy to the Fore
How Should the Court Know Whether a Dispute is Ready and Suitable for Mediation? An Empirical Analysis of the Singapore Courts’ Referral of Civil Disputes to Mediation
Emphatic Plea for the Empathic Judge
Tort of Defamation Before the Singapore Courts 1965–2015: A Comparative and Empirical Study
An Empirical Study on the Singapore Court of Appeal’s Citation of Academic Works: Reflections on the Relationship Between Singapore’s Judiciary and Academia
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