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The Attorney-General’s Chambers is led by the Attorney-General, The Honourable Mr Lucien Wong, SC who was appointed to the office of the Attorney-General on 14 January 2017. He works closely with Deputy Attorney-General, Mr Lionel Yee Woon Chin, SC who was appointed on 14 January 2017, Deputy Attorney-General, Mr Hri Kumar Nair, SC who was appointed on 1 March 2017 and Deputy Attorney-General, Mr Tai Wei Shyong who was appointed on 1 January 2021.
The Attorney-General discharges his responsibilities and duties through 4 legal divisions (Civil, Crime, International Affairs, and Legislation), with the support of the Corporate Services Division and AGC Academy. As principal legal adviser to the Government, the Attorney-General plays an important role in upholding the rule of law in Singapore, and thus contributes to one of the key aspirations of her people: to build a democratic society based on the fundamental ideals of justice and equality.
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