ABOUT LETTERS OF THE LAW

Letters of the Law aims to promote positivity in the legal fraternity through the power of story. We see how law school can be a pressure cooker that strips the motivations into motions. We see the powerful but misleading mindset that the best people are immune to mental, physical, and emotional strain. We see how difficult it is to shake off the gripping fear that how well we do now will be how well we do forever.

We want to change that.

Letters of the Law is meant for law students: those who feel like they're running on empty, those who just need a respite mid-race, and every shade in between. It is not a solution, but a tool - a first step. Our greatest successes happen when the stories within our pages help you get over one night, one challenge, one fear. We hope our stories start conversations that will give you encouragement and inspiration, from the top of the legal professional chain, to those just beginning, to those who decided to pursue paths elsewhere. And by starting conversations, we hope to strengthen our community - from the inside, out.


ABOUT OUR TEAM

GRACE

Grace is a Singaporean law student by day and a compulsive hugger, also by day. She loves hand-written letters, fresh flowers, and the smell of spearmint. If she were a fictional character, she would either be Emma Woodhouse or Anne Shirley. Her MBTI personality type is INFJ.

amelia

As a student pursuing a double degree in Law and Liberal Arts, Amelia enjoys thinking about how different disciplines intersect. Her study playlist is a mix of pop rock, Ed Sheeran, and local acts like The Sam Willows. She tinkers with her film camera once in a while and is a fan of all things matcha. 

GIDEON

Gideon spends his time reading things on his computer, writing things on his computer, and shooting digital characters on his computer. In his spare time he also reads and writes with a pencil and paper. His hobbies include poetry, Overwatch, eating broad beans, and discussing politics in a way that doesn't make everyone want to kill each other.