How to succeed in Federal Court Leave Applications

11–17 minutes to read

Leave Applications to the Federal Court rarely succeed. Yet some counsel are consistently more successful than others. Is there a method to this madness? There is. These techniques are transferable. This article aims to ...

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What do the traditions of the Malaysian Bar stand for?

9–14 minutes to read

The Malaysian Bar has preserved the traditions of the legal profession. Some of them are more than 500 years old. The Bar insists on keeping them. Why?

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What qualities should judges have?

5 minutes to read

Judges are the judicial equivalent of US Navy Seals. They are a select few. Their training is severe. Their work is unremitting. They have but three abiding qualities: to defend the Federal Constitution, ...

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Is the selection of judges transparent?

10–15 minutes to read

Is the current method of selecting judges, transparent? Should it be? What can be done to improve it?

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Should courts discard the rule that reduces an accident victim’s compensation by 33%?

10–15 minutes to read

Do courts have the power to reduce damages under the '1/3 Contingency Rule'?

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Should a victim’s premature death deprive his estate of court-awarded damages?

6–9 minutes to read

If a road accident victim dies earlier than expected, what happens to the extra damages?

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