I am witness of social and political changes of my country; this is what I can claim to the maximum. I am not an expert of social or political science, so I am definitely not in a position of make any commentary on these two topics. 820 more words
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This is an interesting article from the UK Law Society Gazette focusing on the impending liberalisation of the legal market in Malaysia. It features quotes from a number of foreign law firms, and with some mixed reaction on whether the foreign firms will set up here in Malaysia, either through the Qualified Foreign Law Firm route or International Partnership.
This Thursday 5 December 2013, I will be one of the speakers at the Bar Council’s Forum on Liberalisation of the Legal Profession. I am to give a young lawyer’s perspective on liberalisation. 43 more words
Un accord censé dynamiser la croissance économique
Les négociations sur le futur “partenariat transatlantique sur le commerce et l’investissement” (PTCI) entre l’UE, le Canada et les États-Unis… 642 more words
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Further to my earlier article on the liberalisation of the Malaysian legal market, the two Legal Profession (Amendment) Acts 2013 (here and here) have received Royal Assent and have been gazetted on 1 November 2013.This means that the last tranches for liberalisation have now been put in place. 16 more words