Undergraduates/JD Students

Undergraduates studying for an LLB programme at the NUS, the SMU or the SUSS or an LLB/B.A. Law/B.A. (Hons) Juris programme at a Scheduled University, and candidates studying for a JD programme at the NUS, the SMU, the SUSS or a Scheduled University, and who have successfully completed at least their second year of study, may apply to be interviewed for the possible offer of “conditional” appointment as an LSO.

The candidates who are interviewed may be required to undergo an internship (of at least two weeks) at the Attorney-General’s Chambers/a Legal Service department. Those who perform well at both the interview and the internship may be offered “conditional” appointment to the Legal Service as an LSO.

The possible confirmation of the offer of the “conditional” appointment as an LSO will be reviewed on the candidate’s successful completion of the LLB/B.A. Law/B.A. (Hons) Juris/JD programme and being awarded the requisite qualification.

The candidates whose offer of “conditional” appointment as an LSO is confirmed will be subject to a three-contract framework totalling six years. The said candidates will be appointed on three consecutive two-year contracts prior to being considered for possible emplacement on the permanent establishment after six years.

Targeted Recruitment for initial deployment to the Attorney-General's Chambers

The Legal Service is conducting a targeted recruitment exercise for candidates interested in a career as a Legal Service Officer and appointment as a Law Drafter or Head of Knowledge Management at the Attorney-General's Chambers. Please refer to the write-ups for more information before submitting an application by 30 May 2024 to the LSC Secretariat.

Please note that all eligible applicants are required to provide/include in their application - for the consideration of the relevant Legal Service Shortlisting/Interview Panel - the following (in not more than one page each [in Arial; font size 14] with their name at the bottom left corner):

(a) a Personal Statement; and

(b) a Write-up
on why he/she is applying to the Legal Service for consideration for possible shortlisting for an interview for possible appointment as an LSO and how and what he/she can contribute to the Legal Service and the administration of justice.