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I Confess. Not All Lawyers Are Self-Centred. Now Protest! [w/VIDEO]

I Confess. Not All Lawyers Are Self-Centred. Now Protest! [w/VIDEO]

How Ambiga Sreenevasan and BERSIH 2.0 revived my passion for the law and lawyers.

Of sodomy, caning and potato chips

Of sodomy, caning and potato chips

Snacking on the difference in attitudes and competencies between the English Court of Appeal and the Malaysian Court of Appeal.

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An example of Singaporean Judiciary’s KPI and Budget

The Malaysian Chief Justice, Tun Zaki, is well known for his love of using Key Performance Index (KPI) to measure his achievement of justice. Loyarburok was kindly forwarded a copy of the Singaporean Judiciary’s Estimated Budget for 2009 and its KPIs, and cannot help but share the same Malaysian citizens so they can make their […]

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Malaysian Judiciary website – looking good

The new webportal for the Malaysian Judiciary is a vast improvement on its predecessor. Equipped with the latest Judgments from the higher appellate courts, and links to State Court websites (some of which are still in development), the new website offers a fresh new look to the content that was already there before. But there’s […]

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