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Don’t be penny-wise, startups: lawyers

It makes more sense to hire a lawyer from the get-go than to look for one only after you have run afoul of the law or are already ensnared in a legal dispute, say lawyers to startups. QISHIN TARIQ has the report.

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Lawyers make have to attend refresher courses

KUCHING: Lawyers in Sabah and Sarawak will have to fulfil a certain number of hours attending courses, to have their annual practising certificates renewed from 2018.

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Act without fear or favour, lawyers urged

LAWYERS have to strive without fear or favour in order to continue to be respected in the legal profession, said the Raja Muda of Perlis Tuanku Syed Faizuddin Putra Jamalullail.

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Sarawakian lawyers united in fight for state oil and gas rights

MIRI: The solidarity shown by lawyers from Sarawak in defending the oil and gas rights of the state has earned praises from across the political divide.

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Event helps to bridge lawyers with those facing various problems

JOHOR BARU: A group of lawyers from various background and expertise wants to eliminate the barrier between them and the public by providing free legal assistance especially on work-related accidents and criminal cases.

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Battle of two lawyers for Jelutong

THERE will be a tussle between two Hokkien-speaking Indian lawyers for the Jelutong parliamentary seat.

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White-collar addicts include lawyers, doctors and directors

Professionals and high-flyers are using designer drugs for job advancement only to learn the hard way that rehabilitation can be extremely difficult once they are hooked on these substances.

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Three lawyers battle for hot seat formerly held by Tiger of Jelutong

THE Jelutong parliamentary seat is synonymous with the late DAP chairman Karpal Singh, who is also known as the ‘Tiger of Jelutong’.

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Future lawyers show their mettle

THE major prizes at the recent inaugural Tun Suffian International Human Rights Law Moot Court Competition were won by law schools from Singapore and Thailand.