Lexicon was established in 2017 by a team of SMU students passionate about keeping up with and commenting on developments in the law. It is a platform for all SMU students to express their opinions on Singapore’s ever progressing legal landscape. Lexicon consists of a “blog” for shorter, more contemporary opinion pieces (which are catered to the masses), and a “journal” for more in-depth, analytical articles (for those who wish to take a stab at academic writing). For SMU students who wish to join us, don’t worry – no experience is required. Our platform is here for a reason – a space for those who are interested and wish to write about the law.

Disclaimer: Lexicon is not, and does not claim to be a “peer-reviewed” publication in the sense that our pieces are edited and reviewed by established academics or practitioners. At times, we will seek a second opinion from our Professors, but we are a journal run by students, and for students. Our articles do not constitute legal advice or opinion. SMU Lexicon and its members do not accept or assume responsibility, and will not be liable, to any person in respect of the articles.