What is it?

PracMentor is a scheme under which young lawyers may seek guidance and advice from a senior volunteer lawyer on practice issues.

What Guidance Can I Get?

Under this scheme, senior lawyers have volunteered to provide advice and guidance on the following practice areas

  • Administrative and constitutional law
  • Arbitration
  • Banking
  • Bankruptcy, insolvency and judicial management
  • Civil procedure
  • Construction
  • Conveyancing
  • Corporate
  • Criminal
  • Defamation
  • Equity and trusts
  • Evidence
  • Family law
  • Intellectual property
  • International business transactions
  • Labour and employments
  • Personal injury claims
  • Shipping and admiralty
  • Tax
  • Probate and wills

How to Seek Guidance?

Simply contact MACH Helpline at 6530 0213.

What if I need Ethics Guidance?

For informal guidance on an ethical issue, simply contact the MACH Helpline at 6530 0213 and we will arrange for the appropriate Law Society Secretariat staff to provide assistance to you. Please note the following conditions of use for this service:

  • The Law Society Secretariat accepts no liability whatsoever arising from assistance given to callers or to any persons claiming through or under them.
  • Callers are obligated to independently verify statements of law, procedure or fact made to them by the Law Society Secretariat, before relying on them.
  • The service must not be used as a substitute for the callers’ own thorough research and analysis or for the callers’ own professional judgment.
  • The assistance given by the Law Society Secretariat is merely to help identify ethical issues and does not reflect the opinion of the Advisory Committee in the matter.

If you require formal written advice or guidance from the Advisory Committee on an ethical issue, send your query to  . In this regard, please refer to Part C of the Practice Direction 2.1.3 (Enquiries to Relevant Committee) for the guidelines on submitting a request to the Advisory Committee for ethical guidance.