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Singapore's judiciary is known for its efficiency, technological sophistication, and accessibility. The outstanding functioning of the system is quite an achievement given that, as recently as 1989, the system was marked by delays, lack of access, high costs, and weak administrative capacities, among other problems. Improvements to Singapore's judiciary system have been achieved through judiciaryled reforms, which include a combination of organizational, procedural, administrative, cultural, and legal measures. Judiciary-Led Reforms in Singapore describes Singapore's justice system including the conceptual framework for judicial reforms in Singapore. This book highlights the process used for judiciary-led reforms and identifies salient aspects of the strategy, vision, leadership, and action plans. It also provides eight strategies adopted to improve the system. The last section offers an analysis of various group's perceptions of the system and evaluates the systems performance.