We take your development seriously. You are the future of the legal practice in Singapore.


We take our roles as your mentors seriously and do not believe that our interns and trainees should be copy boys and coffee girls. You will be thrown into the deep end.  You will be challenged. You will be given every opportunity to learn as well as to discover your strengths and aptitude. We do not reward our interns monetarily.  We believe that our impartation of skills, experience and life lessons will provide you a meaningful work experience.


If you would like to be considered for traineeship with Yuen Law, please write to the Recruitment Director at recruit@yuenlaw.com.sg.


If you would like to apply for an internship position with Yuen Law, please write to the Internship Director at intern@yuenlaw.com.sg.






Please be informed that:

  • Applications for call dates in 2017, 2018 and 2019 will no longer be considered.
  • Applications for relevant legal training culminating in call dates in 2017, 2018 and 2019 will no longer be considered.
  • Applications for call dates in 2020 will be considered only after 30 June 2019.
  • Only applications from undergraduates who have completed at least 3 full academic years of the LLB program from institutions of higher learning as determined in accordance with the Legal Profession (Qualified Persons) Rules (CAP 161) will be considered.


Please be informed that:

  • Due to overwhelming demand, please be informed that places in our highly popular internship programme (and corresponding wait lists) for summer internships in 2017 are now fully subscribed.
  • We are receiving application for internship places for year-end internships in 2017.
  • Application for internship places in 2018 will be considered only after 30 September 2017.


Hear is what out interns have to share about their Yuen Law experience:


Bryan Lee, Pre-Law student


What I enjoyed about my internship  

The thing I liked most about my internship experience was the amount of exposure I got across different areas of legal practice – from corporate, to conveyance, to Intellectual property. This was especially crucial in affirming my choice to pursue a law because it allowed me to see the legal profession in a more holistic light. Even though I lacked experience, I was given the opportunity to learn through hands-on experience with drafting of legal documents. More importantly, my mentors took the time to review my work with me and gave me invaluable feedback on how I could improve.


Another unique element to my experience at Yuen Law was the mentorship by Samuel and Fung Peen. On top of guiding me in a technical sense, they constantly challenged me and questioned why I chose to study law. They shared with me their approach to the legal profession in hopes that I would find my future career in law to be fulfilling. I felt that the people in Yuen Law were truly invested in my learning and growth, everyone was very willing to help and guide me whenever I required assistance and for that I am immensely grateful.


What I learned from my internship

Aside from the technical knowledge that I picked up, I learnt about many other aspects of legal practice. For instance, I got to experience and learn about the business development aspect of legal practice through attending networking events. Furthermore, I was given the opportunity to witness the lawyers’ interactions with clients by sitting in various client meetings. My learning at Yuen Law was extremely wholesome.






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