An insight into the legal profession

A good read: (from left) Ten, Chung, New and Nabila pose with a copy of the book which they hope will reach out to law students and those intending to enter the legal field.

A 2012 survey by the Malaysian Bar Council found that 43% of new lawyers here had entertained thoughts of quitting the profession within the first three years.

This may seem perplexing, considering many studied hard for their degree, while some put in many hours chambering or interning in order to qualify to practise.

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