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Rugby laws now 42 percent briefer - and considerably clearer

LONDON (Reuters) - Probably the most complicated rule book in world sport has just got a good deal clearer, 42 percent clearer to be exact, as World Rugby announced on Wednesday that a new simplified version will be introduced globally from Jan. 1 2018.

An insight into the legal profession

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.

Annie Newman, mural artist to the stars

Mural artist Annie Newman is a warrior who has won the battle against the big C.

Infantino starts to change FIFA's image with budget flight

CARDIFF (Reuters) - New FIFA president Gianni Infantino sent a clear message that his leadership style would be very different from his predecessor Sepp Blatter when he flew to his first official overseas appointment by budget airline on Friday.

Law changes will simplify football, says Elleray

LONDON (Reuters) - Football always has been a relatively simple sport, governed by 17 laws largely unchanged since the 19th century, yet that template is now surrounded by 22,000 words of interpretations, creating anomalies the rulemakers want to streamline.

IFAB to recommend video technology trials

LONDON (Reuters) - Football's rule makers have decided to recommend trialling video replays next season to help referees with questionable goals, penalties, red cards and cases of mistaken identity.

Sheep-ish discovery: Secret of 400-year-old 'human skin' book finally uncovered

A 17th century book owned by Harvard Law School, supposedly bound in human skin because of an inscription, was scientifically proven to be of sheep and pig instead.

Sheep-ish discovery: Secret of 400-year-old 'human skin' book finally uncovered

A 17th century book owned by Harvard Law School, supposedly bound in human skin because of an inscription, was scientifically proven to be of sheep and pig instead.

Deputy IGP launches special law book

KUALA LUMPUR: A new book, launched here to mark the 207th birthday of the country’s police force, provides a study of legal issues and sex crimes in the eyes of Islamic law and common law in Malaysia and other countries.

Procession to mark start of legal year

KUCHING: Top figures of the judiciary and legal fraternity will converge here tomorrow to take part in a procession to mark the start of the legal year.