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Making Progress

Learning the ropes

I returned from the United Kingdom after a short break and my call to the Bar in October 2008. My call to the English Bar will always be memorable for two reasons. The first reason is that it happened on my father's birthday of Oct 9, and the second is that it was held in the Temple Church that was made famous by the Da Vinci Code.

Making Progress

A political awakening

In March 2008, I was a student in the United Kingdom. I was completing my Bar vocational studies in Cardiff University and like many Malaysians in Britain at that time, we were closely acquainted with the political happenings back home.

A Humble Submission

Looking back at 2017

2017 is behind us. As we move forward in 2018, it is useful to look back at the events and issues of 2017 which has impacted the legal landscape of the country.

Making Progress

Does Pakatan Harapan really represent hope?

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is known to be both methodical and mercurial. He remains Malaysia's longest-serving prime minister but has turned against the party that sustained him for his entire political career and is cavorting with former political rivals whom in the past he derided as anti-national.

The Flipside

Too many parties spoil political broth

We don’t need so many political parties, especially when they’re only around for selfish reasons.

The Flipside

There’s more to Malaysia than just politicking

AS far as Malaysian politics is concerned, 2016 has served up quite the storm.

Making Progress

Amendments must be in line with the Constitution

Any changes to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 should be based on settled constitutional and legal principles.

A Humble Submission

Sosma abuse

Sosma must not be used on political dissidents

Making Progress

Coloured shirts and race relations

The coloured shirts must retreat peacefully for the sake of the country’s race relations.

Making Progress

DAP's confidence crisis

The DAP has always prided itself as a party of principles that stands for freedom of speech and thought, equality and justice.