SAL members will get additional help totalling $2.6 million in the form of free online courses, access to digital publications and waiver of subscriptions to LawNet, Singapore’s most-used legal research site.
Termed the “Get FutureReady” programme, the latest package is designed to equip members with learning and development resources to help them emerge stronger in a COVID-19 endemic world. Find out more about the benefits made available to you.
5,000 access passes (worth $400 each) to the online learning platform are available to eligible members. These passes, which will be valid for one year, will allow members to access on-demand learning programmes and curated video courses that are eligible for private Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.
Eligible members will enjoy complimentary access (worth $3,190) to the Academy Library, which is SAL’s new online reading service of all legal texts published and made available by SAL. Complimentary access will be available from mid-October to 31 March 2022.
New subscribers of LawNet will have a year of free basic subscription (worth $1,008) to the research portal including access to new Asian legal content at no extra charge. Details on how to access these services will be released in November.