First-year lawyer Elaine shares some things she has learnt in her brief legal career.
The Bar Council Legal Aid Centre (Kuala Lumpur) will be hosting a Forum on “Child in Conflict with the Law: The Way Forward”. The forum aims to identify some of the main challenges faced when dealing with a child caught within the criminal justice system in Malaysia. The event attempts to explore the current legal, […]
Regarding the Bar’s proposed Group Practice rules.
This article was written by Andrew Khoo for the Malaysian Bar and originally published on 23 September 2014 here. Why should human rights and business matter for businesses, including law firms? Find out at the IMLC 2014, 26 September 2014, Breakout Session 8, Stream C. Speakers include Michelle Gyles-McDonnough (United Nations Resident Coordinator for Malaysia), Professor […]
How should a law firm look like in the next 5 years?
Continuing the sedition onslaught, here is Edmund’s reply to the sedition allegations.
Sedition persecution – Time for the Bar to lead us on the streets again. #Walk4Justice2
Khabir says we should big up the Bon. Dudes.
Yudistra says the politician lawyers don’t have a clue.
Invaluable tips from Lee Shih.
Joanne Chua’s touching personal tribute to Karpal Singh and Michael Cornelius.
(R)evolutionising law, (R)adicalising lawyers and (R)eshaping legal education
No, you’re not supposed to actually go and do these things.
Lee Shih continues his analysis on the upcoming changes to the insolvency regime.
R-E-S-P-E-C-T, find out what it means to… lawyers.
LoyarBogel on how clients expect lawyers to know everything. Like, e-ve-ry-thing.
The basic legal principles when challenging the decision of a public authority.
Lee Shih comments on the revamp of the Companies Act 1965.
Lee Shih shares his dragon-boat laced call speech.
LoyarBogel has some advice for pupils.