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Moment Lampu Suluh: Kem Litigasi Strategik

Moment Lampu Suluh: Kem Litigasi Strategik

Minda yang dibebaskan di Kem #StLit pada 21-23 Jun 2013.

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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Litigation Lawyer Wish #3: A pleasant hearing

Litigation Lawyer Wish #3: A pleasant hearing

A personal sketch of what a pleasant hearing could comprise of. Feel free to tell what you think it could be too. And the importance of the court providing an explanation of its decision.

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Ask Lord Bobo: 100 Apologies, Power, and The Hardest Question

Ask Lord Bobo: 100 Apologies, Power, and The Hardest Question

This week, His Supreme Eminenceness talks tweets, power, and the hardest question ever.

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LLVL: Litigators or Pirates?

LLVL: Litigators or Pirates?

Female litigators dressed as pirates, and in spaghetti-straps?!

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Of Learning: Lessons From My First Year

Of Learning: Lessons From My First Year

A young lawyer reflects on her first year of practice, and on the journey of learning.

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LLVL: First Taste Of Murky Corporate Maneuverings

LLVL: First Taste Of Murky Corporate Maneuverings

The whole charade was an act to manipulate the shareholders, share prices, the regulators, and ultimately the market.

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LLVL: Corporate vs Litigation: Fight!

LLVL: Corporate vs Litigation: Fight!

How are corporate lawyers different from litigation lawyers? (powder keg lit)

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Due Diligence in the Business World (Part 2)

Due Diligence in the Business World (Part 2)

This is the second in a three-part weekly series which provides an overview of the due diligence process: the different types of due diligence, why it is important, the reasons it is often done badly, and how to do it well.

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On the Disappearance of Wigs in Malaysia

On the Disappearance of Wigs in Malaysia

Those of us at Loyarburok are fortunate to occasionally enjoy the company of senior lawyers. Even better, we sometimes get listen to stories from their time. Even if they contain no useful instruction, they are always of historical interest. We have decided to collect and relate them as and when we find them so that lawyers and lay persons can learn and remember our common legal heritage that links us all.

We are pleased to kick off this series with a reproduction of Tuan Haji Sulaiman’s explanation, one of the venerable figures at the Bar, on the disappearance of the use of wigs in the Malaysian legal system.

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Of Judges, KPIs, Justice & Superficiality

Art Harun deconstructs Tun Zaki’s new KPI-inspired leadership and shows it for what it is.

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