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A self-confessed laid back perfectionist and a keen observer of human characters (Although he sometimes doesn't know how to interpret them). He has a problem identifying any specific place to be called his hometown. Instead, he borrows a phrase from Dr. Farish Noor’s “The Nomad Prayer” in his book “Qur’an and Cricket” — “God take me home. And let my home be everywhere.”
Reading The Law: Transmission of Case

Reading The Law: Transmission of Case

Questioning the grounds to refuse transmitting a case to the High Court.

The Price of Our Rights

The Price of Our Rights

What is the result of clamping down on the rights of the people?

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The Recipe For Life

The Recipe For Life

Whether we realise it or not, our whole life has always been dictated and ordered. From childhood, we are programmed to follow what our elders say without asking much.

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Voting Time? #LoyarBerkasih

Voting Time? #LoyarBerkasih

Reflections of a final semester law student on the criteria that he would consider before casting his vote for the next general elections.

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A Student’s Perspective: Legal Education And Professional Ethics

A Student’s Perspective: Legal Education And Professional Ethics

Reflections of a final semester law student on the state of our legal education and the role it plays in shaping how law is practised in Malaysia.

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The Truth About Lying (And Lies About the Truth)

The Truth About Lying (And Lies About the Truth)

Ruzaini explores his thoughts on truth, lies, and The Invention of Lying.

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