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Mr Louis is an outstanding lawyer. He is responsive, innovative and creative in his advice. His analytical ability and years of experience enable him to provide thoughtful, thorough, and, most importantly, practical legal advice. He listens carefully to client questions and comments and he responds quickly and clearly with analysis and advice aimed directly at the issue. He is a valued advisor and I highly recommend him.
Ray is a dedicated lawyer whom has helped me in several cases. He is detail-oriented, punctual & quality minded whom always puts his customer interest in the first place. He always makes it a point to update me regarding the case, regardless of the time. He is also willing to go the extra mile by giving call consultation even after office hours for minor enquiries of the case instead of arranging to go down his office to discuss the next day. Thus I would certainly highly recommend people to look for him for his service if needed.”
If I ever find myself in the unfortunate position where I get only one phone call (haven’t so far!), Ray would be the guy I call, he’s my trusted legal adviser. I’ve consulted him on varying legal issues both personal and commercial, he’s pragmatic, factual and his guidance has always been in my best interest (not his).
What folks don’t know is Ray has a deeply more compassionate side to him that is reflected in his ‘off hours’ pro-bono work defending those that cannot afford it, and need help the most.
He’s not only a brilliant legal mind, he’s also one of the good ones. There’s a reason I’ve ticked the box above on ‘high integrity’ – spend an hour with him and you’ll know why.
Ray Louis Law Corporation
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(above Chinatown MRT)
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