Sha-Lyn shares her hopes and dreams as she starts her first law firm internship.
Justine’s reasons for interning in a corporate/commercial law firm.
In Part 4, Sinjoro Eng presents a final call for the preservation of language.
In Part 3 of a series, Sinjoro Eng talks about unity versus culture.
#UndiMsiaChats presents Saifuddin Abdullah, Umno supreme council member and former deputy higher education minister. Saifuddin will
REFSA pitches the top guns of Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Rakyat against each other, so that
A guide to postal voting for Malaysians overseas, courtesy of Bersih Hong Kong. Sebarkan!
Hasbee shares how each of our voices should count in pursuing real change.
Discussions on energy efficiency and renewable energy in Malaysia!
Jian You's journey on a human-rights-focused exchange programme from Malaysia to Thailand.
It's not cool to complain when you can't be bothered to do jack.
Political Awareness: We must begin to collaborate with our representatives!
#MyMP project: A step towards making more informed votes!
Malaysia's election laws not so different from other countries.
Reforming the Judiciary with love.
Are you ready for the new (and awesome) Young Lawyers movement?
The Bar Council is hosting a seminar discussing gerrymandering and malapportionment.
The most-read posts on this awesome blawg last year!
Are we considering the relevant factors as Malaysia chases to close the work gender gap?
Can a child be born a Muslim?
Sinjoro Eng continues discussing the future of the languages in Part 2 of this series
The final issue: a summing up of the events post GE13 and aspirations for times ahead.
GE13's highlighting of the rural-urban divide should compel us to reach out to our fellow Malaysians.
Thoughts on the uninventive Cabinet, NUBE's ties with Wahid Omar, plus the delightful new Home Minister.