“To see a wrong and not to expose it, is to become a silent partner to
Often, when prospective clients go to meet lawyers, especially for the first time, they do not
Upon returning from the United Kingdom two years ago, I was keen to be involved in
In her first ever article, Sarah-Ann Yong writes about her experience during the first ever MCCHR
We climbed the highest mountain and ran through fields but unfortunately, we still have not found
Sean Chan, currently interning at the MCCHR, writes a report of the defence stage of the
For seven long years, Indira Gandhi has fought for judicial remedy concerning the unilateral conversion of
Nowhere seems to be a safe haven anymore. Not even home.
The Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR) a.k.a Pusat Rakyat LoyarBurok is a community-based
...an extension to offline harassment?
Animah Kosai shows us the pressure points to press
The recent Court of Appeal decision in the Registrar of Muallafs, Ipoh v Indira Gandhi a/p Mutho has provoked much discussion. Retired Judge NH Chan weighs in with his view. A mother’s distress and her desperate
There are some things you should be aware of when crafting your mitigation.
Petisyen untuk menyokong 25 Tokoh Melayu
In an earlier article, Is Indira’s battle finally coming to an end?, I summarized the submissions of the appellant’s lawyers delivered to the Federal Court on 14th and 15th November. The hearing continued on 28th November
As a lawyer, it has long fascinated me how corporations can get away with murder. Literally. When the Macondo well blew up in April 2010, killing 11 people and polluting
For seven long years, Indira Gandhi has fought for judicial remedy concerning the unilateral conversion of her three children. After many ups and downs, the case went into its final
Uncovering the burkini ban in France
Hear what these young people have to say about the latest CLP Ruling Amendments
The internet has allowed more cowards to bully
Complaint against Malaysian company Mega First Corporation Berhad.