After years of protest and many days in court, the supreme court reads down India's section 377 which criminalised 'carnal intercourse.'
Philippine families file ICC complaint accusing president of murder during his war on drugs, who in turn accuses ICC of politicisation.
The city-state has introduced a stricter bar exam and longer training to qualify to practise law.
Court directs firm to deposit a sum of Rupees 1.5 million towards the Kerala relief work in the aftermath of the recent floods.
Vietnam President asks the bar association for an effective strategy for judical reforms and international integration.
Firms given the go ahead to combine Singapore offices, while DWF launches Singapore corporate insurance practice.
South Korean lawyers and tech experts will gather to hold an official ceremony on Friday 24th August.
Sharia law applied as two Malaysian women convicted of attempting to have lesbian sex in a car to be fined and caned.
China's highest-paid celebrities targeted by Chinese authorities in coordinated crackdown on 'yin-yang' contracts and tax havens.
India introduces changes to its anti-corruption legislation to hold political bribe-givers accountable.