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Firing Up Your Legal Practice with the iPad

Firing Up Your Legal Practice with the iPad

It’s not a toy or gaming machine but to this lawyer, it sure is everything else.

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Doing What You Know: Moving the Call of Lew Chui Ying

Doing What You Know: Moving the Call of Lew Chui Ying

Fahri’s speech at Lew Chui Ying’s call to the Bar.

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Foibles In Court Appearance & Procedures

Foibles In Court Appearance & Procedures

A fascinating insight for all court-going lawyers, from a former Court of Appeal judge.

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LLVL: Fresh Blood

LLVL: Fresh Blood

Rumours abound regarding the new boy in town.

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LLVL: Precedents & Drafting

LLVL: Precedents & Drafting

I was completely flustered. I remember willing myself not to cry; whatever happens — Do. Not. Cry.

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LLVL: How To Stand Out In The Chambering Pool

LLVL: How To Stand Out In The Chambering Pool

Tips for chambering pupils and young lawyers to make a good first impression.

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CCLC Dialogue: State of Our Practice on 29.10.2010

CCLC Dialogue: State of Our Practice on 29.10.2010

A dialogue on the State of Our Practice will be held on Friday, 29 October @ 3.00p.m. in the KL Bar Auditorium. Three eminent members of the Bar will be speaking at this dialogue: Tommy Thomas, Lim Chee Wee, and LoyarBurokker Fahri Azzat.

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[UPDATED] Lawyers to waste more time waiting in Court – WWBCD?

[UPDATED] Lawyers to waste more time waiting in Court – WWBCD?

What is the Bar Council going to do to ensure that lawyers are not made to waste their time in Courts waiting for their cases to be called, especially as Courts will now start sitting from 8.30a.m. and not 9.00a.m. as before.

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About the Preparation of Draft Orders

About the Preparation of Draft Orders

An analysis and critique of the preparation of a court order as provided for in the Rules of the High Court 1980 and the Subordinate Court Rules 1980 and as experienced in practise by Fahri Azzat. He concludes with an audacious proposal that just may help to streamline and simplify the process. Potentially seriously boring as it involves civil procedure. Please do not read this on your mobile while driving.

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