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The Aftermath of #901 – What’s next?

The Aftermath of #901 – What’s next?

A subtle yet succinct description of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s acquittal.

FMT Interview with Edmund Bon: (I) Bar Council becoming toothless

FMT Interview with Edmund Bon: (I) Bar Council becoming toothless

LoyarBurokker and MyConsti’s Edmund Bon speaks to Free Malaysia Today about his frustration with the Council’s failure to effectively voice out against injustices in the nation and take care of its fellow lawyers. Bon also reveals that this will be his last term in the Bar Council.

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RK Nathan Kena Kantoi

RK Nathan Kena Kantoi

Can a judge who previously presided over a matter then take up the case as counsel after his retirement from the bench? If you don’t know the answer because you recently had a lobotomy, consider the High Court decision of Perbadanan Pembangunan Pulau Pinang v Tropiland Sdn Bhd [2010] 2 CLJ 1061.

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The Necessity of Judging the Judges

For the anniversary of the power grab for control of the Perak State Government by the BN led Government in power, Malaysianinsider asked me to write an essay on the topic that the biggest casualty out of that entire episode is the Law. But the Law is not a casualty.

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