Bar Council urges chambering students to report masters if forced to tout, warns of suspension


PETALING JAYA: To address the menace of touting, the Malaysian Bar has urged chambering students to report their pupil masters if they are forced to illegally solicit clients at the magistrate's courts.

According to Malaysian Bar president Salim Bashir (pic), chambering students are allowed to accompany their pupil master to court, but they are not allowed to approach potential clients or make attempts to secure cases for their pupil masters.

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