SINGAPORE: Supreme Court Judge Justice Philip Pillai will retire on 12 December when he reaches 65 years old.
He will be leaving the Public Service after three years of distinguished service.
In a statement, the Supreme Court said Justice Pillai was first appointed as Judicial Commissioner on 1 October 2009 and then as a Judge of the Supreme Court on 1 June 2010.
During his judicial tenure, Justice Pillai has made outstanding contributions to the Supreme Court, the Legal Service and the legal profession. In 2003, he was awarded the Singapore Public Service Medal.
The Supreme Court wishes to express its deep appreciation for Justice Pillai’s dedicated and invaluable contributions.
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