Legal Talk is the second talk jointly organised by Free Community Church and Oogachaga after Out @ Work in 2010.
At this session, Ms Sunita will give a brief introduction on will preparation and appointment of Lasting Power of Attorney so that your rights can be safeguarded. Mr Thomas Ng, a long time legal adviser to Action for AIDS will talk about legal issues and protection for people living with HIV/AIDS. In addition, Ms Sunita will take the opportunity to answer any questions you may have on same-sex domestic violence. There will be a Question and Answer session with the speakers after their presentations.
If you are interested to find out more about these topics, please join us at this informative session.
Date: Sunday, 18 September 2011
Time: 2 – 4 pm
Venue: Free Community Church, 56, Lorong 23 Geylang Level 3, Century Technology Building
388381 (see map below)
This is a secular event for both women and men. Admission is FREE. Please REGISTER by 15 SEPTEMBER using the form below. For queries, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the speakers
Sunita is a practicing Lawyer who was called to the UK Bar (Lincoln’s Inn) in 1995, and the Singapore Bar in 1997. Her varied experience includes areas such as Commercial law, Landlord-Tenant disputes, Employer-Employee Disputes, Defamation, Breaches of Contract, Disputes regarding Sale of Goods, Construction Law, Family and Probate Law.
Thomas is the Assistant Honorary Secretary and legal advisor of Action for AIDS, Singapore. He has been involved in many aspects of HIV work (legal, anonymous testing etc) since 2001. Thomas is also a practising lawyer in a Singapore law firm and specialises in litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution.
Free Community Church
The Free Community Church (FCC) is a congregation of diverse individuals and families gathering to worship and grow as a Christian community. Our vision is to be an inclusive community that celebrates diversity in living out God’s love and promise of abundant life for all. We affirm that all individuals, including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered persons, are individuals of sacred worth created in God’s image. We welcome all people regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation or economic status to our worship services and activities.
Oogachaga Counselling and Support
Oogachaga is a counselling and personal development non-profit organization founded in 1999, with a vision to develop fulfilling life experiences between individuals and communities of all sexual orientations and genders.