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Malaysian lawyer Philip Koh is actually a corporate commercial lawyer who is an interloper into the public law sphere. He co-edited Sheridan & Groves’ The Constitution Of Malaya (5th Edition) and has been involved in a number of landmark public and constitutional cases. Philip is a senior partner in a Klang Valley based firm. In previous incarnations he was in academia and worked for a listed corporation. He has published on a myriad of matters ranging from corporate governance, constitutionalism, book and movie reviews. He sits on various boards, bodies and spacecraft but prefers to read, write and give talks whilst trying to remain sane.
Plea For A Rethink Over The Allah Case

Plea For A Rethink Over The Allah Case

Philip Koh teases out the theological-political implications of the Allah issue.

The Star: Analysing the Constitution

The Star: Analysing the Constitution

This book should find its place in every Malaysian’s library.

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Remember, Review & Reclaim: Are You A Constitutional Patriot?

Remember, Review & Reclaim: Are You A Constitutional Patriot?

LoyarBurok kicks off its first-ever on-the-ground event with the launch (by Nizar Jamaluddin) of “Perak: A State of Crisis” on 12 December 2010, 4pm. Meet the protagonists (politicians, contributors, writers and lawyers[LB]) at the LoyarBurokking session. 4 more days, more than 96 hours left and counting – do join us!

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Democratic Governance.Com: 5 Challenges

Paper presented on 16 May at the Bloggers Universe Malaysia (BUM) 2009 gathering. It has been estimated that by 2010 there will be over five hundred million blogs worldwide. Will that be a boon and benefit to the opening space for democracy? Or will that be baneful? The first flush of enthusiasm now has cautionary […]

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