The MCCHR Resource Center houses hundreds of materials on social and political sciences, but the best kept secret (in my opinion) is the selection of books that creatively illustrate law and social activism. One such book is The Law of Superheroes by American attorneys James Daily and Ryan Davidson. This book originated from a blog […]
Soon, foreign law firms and foreign lawyers can practice foreign law in Peninsular Malaysia.
Required reading for pupillage or junior associate applicants!
Vince Tan has an urgent proposal for the Ministry of Higher Education — to reform the legal education system.
Justine reflects on her two-month internship.
Lawyer Lee Shih works through the ins and outs of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Farhan Read weaves a tale of one night along the river Thames.
Edmund Bon on law, lifestyle and LoyarBurok.
Is PJ better under Pakatan? And what’s contempt of court?
What does it take to become a successful lawyer?
This week, His Supreme Eminenceness talks tweets, power, and the hardest question ever.
A fascinating insight for all court-going lawyers, from a former Court of Appeal judge.
This week, Lord Bobo ponders scandalous news, the property bubble, business contracts, and an email from Steve Jobs (could it be?!) about the iPad 2.
Rumours abound regarding the new boy in town.
A report on Ops PISANG by LoyarBurokker Pei Ling, which first appeared in the Selangor Times Issue 18, 1-3 April 2011.
I was completely flustered. I remember willing myself not to cry; whatever happens — Do. Not. Cry.