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Interested in the spheres of law practice management, arbitration, intellectual property, IT and social media, and others? Want to know more about the application of law in the various domains of business and society, and broaden your horizons? Then the International Malaysia Law Conference 2012 is the place to be!
Do check the programme highlights to review the sessions available at this Conference, here.
Kindly note that special registration rates and group discounts will expire on 30 June 2012. So, please do not pass over this good deal, and grab this opportunity while it is still valid!
The Pusat Rakyat LoyarBurok (PRLB) is a community centre run by the Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights (MCCHR). PRLB is open to Homo Sapiens (or higher i.e. Homo Superior like the X-Men), all species of simian and civil society organisations who wish to use the space for meetings, activities or events that support, promote or enhance the mission and spirit of MCCHR. MCCHR’s mission is to promote and protect human rights in Malaysia in accordance with established international rights principles, treaties and law by maximising the use of all appropriate tools through integrated and community-based approach. We also like to party and do other fun stuff. Serious. PRLB’s main purpose is to provide a conducive and safe space for youth (don’t worry, old flers are also welcome-lah) to engage constructively, discuss and educate themselves (and others) about civil, political, economic, social and cultural issues. It also seeks to provide a platform for other beneficial rakyat-orientated activities such as parties and other fun stuff. I know we sound stuffy here, but we are serious about the fun stuff.
Posted on 13 April 2012. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0.
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