The call of the legal profession

5 minutes to read

I was once asked to answer three questions at once.  I think it was on Quora. Since then a lot of people have expressed interest in the questions and the answers I gave. I reproduce them ...

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Where is Sarwari No.1 of 1994?

3 minutes to read

There is a  gem of a case on Islamic probate law.  It was decided in 1994. For some reason it has not been reported.  It is a great mystery. This is the story of that case A ...

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Thank you, Team Members for helping with these articles!

3 minutes to read

As most of these articles were written on an iPhone X, and in a great hurry, there were many grammatical errors.  I needed second opinions.  I needed someone to proof them. I had the help of ...

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Are We One Nation or Three?

5–7 minutes to read

When our forebears commenced building Malaysia 61 years ago, we were a plural nation. We comprised of many ethnic groups. We still do. Somewhere along the way, things changed. We have lost that Malaysian identity. ...

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The tale behind these Constitutional essays

5 minutes to read

You have seen the articles emerging from this blog since 09 May 2018 — or ‘5-0-9’ as I called the GE14 (the date of May 09th, 2018). There is a story behind these articles. Their production and ...

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Can judges be hauled up before Parliament? How?

7–10 minutes to read

[GK Ganesan Kasinathan, Advocate and Solicitor, Kuala Lumpur] [20 June 2018] What happens when judges, bending like reeds in the wind, carry out the biddings of politicians in power? Something extraordinary has to be done. Bad judges ought to ...

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