This is the second part of LoyarBorak #2 discussing the role of the Bar Council, in view of the on-going Bar Council elections. Part 1 is here. This LoyarBorak is moderated by Marcus van Geyzel (who also throws his views into the ring), and the borakkers are Adriana Leu, Foong Cheng Leong, Grace Wong, Lee […]
LoyarBorak #2 focuses on the role of the Bar Council, in view of the on-going Bar Council elections. Postal ballots must be returned by 30 November 2010, and the results are expected on 1 December 2010.
This LoyarBorak is moderated by Marcus van Geyzel (who also throws his views into the ring), and the borakkers are Adriana Leu, Foong Cheng Leong, Grace Wong, Lee Shih and Siti Shahrom, who all approach the discussion from their different experiences and positions in the legal profession. Please borak along in the comments section below.
At last, the Candidate Watch campaign concludes with the answers from the candidates of the upcoming Bar Council Election 2011/2012!
The Candidate Watch Campaign moves on with the full list of questions for Bar Council election candidates. The responses are expected to be published on Monday, 15 November 2010.
The list of candidates for Bar Council 2011/2012 is out. You have a say in determining who would be the decision-makers of the body governing our profession!
Not sure what to with your ballot paper? “Candidate Watch” a first-of-its-kind initiative by the KL Bar Young Lawyers Committee will be assisting you by sending candidates a set of pertinent questions and publishing the answers on the Bar website. Watch this space!
Do you know your Bar Council election candidates? Candidate Watch will revolutionise how you vote for your Bar Council members.
An appeal for contributions towards a fund to help Benson Foo bear the RM80,000 in costs sought by Dr. Yaacob Merican.