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The Damning Lack of Dissent

The local judiciary is notorious for its lack of dissent. An examination of why a culture of dissent is important for the judiciary and the implications of lacking such a culture.

Fallacies Spun by Critics of the Bar

Fallacies Spun by Critics of the Bar

A joint response to critics of the Bar on the Bersih EGM resolution.

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The People’s Uprising of Egypt – Bringing it Home.

The People’s Uprising of Egypt – Bringing it Home.

Beyond the ideals surrounding the Egyptian Revolution – quo vadis, Malaysians?

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Now You Submit, Now You Don’t!

Now You Submit, Now You Don’t!

The incongruity of the Federal Court decision of Diana Nelson Tanoja v PP[2010]3CLJ 1 with its other decision in Lee Kwan Woh v Public Prosecutor [2009]5CLJ 631 which relates to the issue of whether an accused person has a right to make submission to the judge after the defence has completed its case but before judgment is pronounced.

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The Necessity of Judging the Judges

For the anniversary of the power grab for control of the Perak State Government by the BN led Government in power, Malaysianinsider asked me to write an essay on the topic that the biggest casualty out of that entire episode is the Law. But the Law is not a casualty.

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