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 cry for global support in her quest for justice for her children who had been forced to convert to [...]
Puthan Perumal comments on section 81 of the Contracts Act 1950.
Part 3 of this series by Lim Wei Jiet looks at the brighter side of things – how to reform our legal system to bring back the glory days of the Public Prosecutor.
Part 2 of this article examines the structural flaws that result in today’s shockingly lack of independence and accountability by the Attorney-General.
NH Chan defends his statements against the Election Judges in his previous article.
Part 1 examines the (utter) failure of our current Attorney-General in carrying out his duties.
Retired Judge NH Chan returns with a scathing rebuke of election judges
Part 1 of this article examines the (utter) failure of our current AG in carrying out his duty to uphold the rule of law.
Tommy Thomas explains the why the Allah decision was not constitutional.
Reforming the Judiciary with love.
Why is justice so far from those who really need it?
Not only must Justice be done; it must also be seen to be done
Tommy Thomas offers a critical examination of the Judges Remuneration (Amendment) Act 2011.
Andrew explains how and why the Judiciary needs to be freed from the Executive.
Chong Yuh Tyng contributes to this week’s Stories from the East with a poignant piece about a great Sarawakian, her father the late Tan Sri Chong Siew Fai, former Chief Judge of Sabah & Sarawak (1995 – 2000).
Satu kisah penyalahgunaan kuasa di Mahkamah untuk “menjaga nama baik Yang Arif Dato’”.
What is the purpose of a heavy sentence when it is an almost forgone conclusion that an offender who completes his sentence is very likely to return to a life of crime because of their rejection from society?
A hard critical look at the Chief Justice’s apparent initiatives to revamp legal practice, and some questions for his Lordship to think about.