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7 tips for a meaningful pupillage

7 tips for a meaningful pupillage

Lim Wei Jiet’s must-read for those embarking on a legal career.

Attorney-General or Pamphleteer- General? – A Reform Long Due (Part 3)

Attorney-General or Pamphleteer- General? – A Reform Long Due (Part 3)

Part 3 of this series by Lim Wei Jiet looks at the brighter side of things – how to reform our legal system to bring back the glory days of the Public Prosecutor.

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Attorney-General or Pamphleteer-General? – A Reform Long Due (Part 2)

Attorney-General or Pamphleteer-General? – A Reform Long Due (Part 2)

Part 2 of this article examines the structural flaws that result in today’s shockingly lack of independence and accountability by the Attorney-General.

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Attorney-General or Pamphleteer-General? – A Reform Long Due (Part 1)

Attorney-General or Pamphleteer-General? – A Reform Long Due (Part 1)

Part 1 examines the (utter) failure of our current Attorney-General in carrying out his duties.

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Attorney General or Pamphleteer General — A Reform Long Due by Lim Wei Jiet

Attorney General or Pamphleteer General — A Reform Long Due by Lim Wei Jiet

Part 1 of this article examines the (utter) failure of our current AG in carrying out his duty to uphold the rule of law.

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The Asian Journal of Legal Studies — Call for Papers

The Asian Journal of Legal Studies — Call for Papers

Calling all entries for the first volume of the Asian Journal of Legal Studies!

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LexisNexis Annual Essay Challenge: The Winners

LexisNexis Annual Essay Challenge: The Winners

Proud of them. Have a read!

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What, Another Code of Conduct?!

What, Another Code of Conduct?!

A critique of the University of Malaya’s newly released Code of Conduct on Political Activities.

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