Practice Consult – A Support Initiative From The Law Society Of Singapore

Practice consult

The Practice Consult Initiative

“Practice Consult” is a practice management support initiative of the Law Society Of Singapore, which provides assistance and guidance to legal practitioner members on practice management issues.

What Is Practice Consult?

Under the Practice Consult scheme, a legal practice management consultant offers guidance and advice on practice risk management, practice management issues, or client relationships on a strictly confidential basis.

The Law Society will bear the cost for the first hour of the consultation.

Legal Practice Management Consulting

Members may seek guidance on legal practice management issues including

  • starting a law firm
  • law firm practice management and compliance
  • law firm digital transformation and automation
  • practice risk management;
  • business development and planning
  • human resources and personnel management; and
  • client relationships and communication

Who Provides The Guidance?

Ms. Serena Lim, Bizibody Technology Pte Ltd, 114 Lavender Street, #09-88 CT Hub 2, Singapore 338729, Tel: 6521 7022, E-mail: info@bizibody.biz; Website: www.bizibody.biz.

How To Apply?

Click here for more information or contact Serena Lim of Bizibody Technology at 6521 7025.

Law Society Support Schemes

The Law Society of Singapore has established support schemes to assist and support members, including:

  • Practice Consult
  • Tech Support Facilitator Scheme
  • Relational Mentorship
  • Members’ Assistance & Care Helpline
  • Compassion Fund
  • Mentoring Scheme for Small Firms
  • LawCare
  • Defence Assist
  • SCMediate
  • PracMentor
  • Welfare Fund
  • Career Path
  • Cost Dispute Resolve
  • Young Lawyers Law Mentors Scheme

Further information on these support schemes is available by clicking here or writing to membership@lawsoc.org.sg.

About The Law Society

Every Singapore lawyer who has in force a practising certificate is automatically a member of the Law Society. Certain categories of foreign lawyers registered with the Legal Services Regulatory Authority are also automatically members of the Law Society.

The mission of the Law Society is to serve its members and the public by sustaining an independent bar that upholds the rule of law and ensures access to justice. As part of its mission in ensuring access to justice for the needy, the Law Society has established a Pro Bono Services Office.

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