Lee Suet Fern, the former head of one of the country’s biggest law firms, is liable for a fine, suspension or disbarment over the case. Photo: Handout
Lee Suet Fern, the former head of one of the country’s biggest law firms, is liable for a fine, suspension or disbarment over the case. Photo: Handout

Lee family feud: Lee Suet Fern’s legal misconduct case goes to appellate court

  • The daughter-in-law of former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew is appealing a verdict that found her guilty of improper conduct in directly handing the patriarch’s will
  • The case – seen as a key issue in the family’s bitter public quarrel – is being heard by the Court of Three Judges, the country’s highest disciplinary body for lawyers

Lee Suet Fern, the former head of one of the country’s biggest law firms, is liable for a fine, suspension or disbarment over the case. Photo: Handout
Lee Suet Fern, the former head of one of the country’s biggest law firms, is liable for a fine, suspension or disbarment over the case. Photo: Handout
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