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Is the EAIC constitutional?

WHEN our Federal Constitution was promulgated in 1957, Part X was designed to deal with public services. Under Article 132, seven areas of public services were identified: the armed forces, the judicial and legal service, the general public service, the police force, the railway service, joint public services (between the federation and one or more […]

Bar In Brief (B.I.B) Series: 11th Bar Council (BC) meeting 2008/09, 3 January 2009 (10am – about 4pm)

Bar In Brief (B.I.B) Series: 11th Bar Council (BC) meeting 2008/09, 3 January 2009 (10am – about 4pm)

In an initiative to complement BC’s efforts to expedite the delivery of information to members of the Bar and/or the public, the “Bar In Brief” series will document a summary of BC decisions/discussions/updates at its monthly meetings. This is not an exhaustive list as there are some matters/decisions which cannot be revealed or discussed in […]

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