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The Military Justice Project

The Military Justice Project is an initiative founded in 2012 by undergraduates from the National University of Singapore Faculty of Law who share a passion for National Service, and a collective goal to provide accessible legal assistance to servicemen.

Staffed by a dedicated team of students, the Military Justice Project aims to work closely with the Ministry of Defence and the legal community to find ways to continue to facilitate the effective administration of Military Discipline, thereby upholding the standards and values expected of our nation’s soldiers and servicemen.
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MJP Team
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    Manager
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