Please be informed that Malacca Bar is now using google group to circulate Circulars, Weekly Reminders and Announcements to members and pupils in chambers. The summary list of Malacca Bar circulars that have been issued in year 2016 can be viewed at the Malacca Bar Website and at the Bar room.
Upcoming Events :
Talk on Criminal Advocacy
Date : 9 /12/2016 (Fri)
Time : 3.00 pm – 6.00pm
Venue : Faculty of Law Workshop, Multimedia University, Malacca
CPD Points : 2 points Closing date for registration : 7.12.2016
~ RM25.00 (for those register and pay before closing date)
~ RM30.00 (non Malacca Bar members)
~ Free for Malacca Chambering Pupils – Registration required
~ Free for all MMU students (Melaka campus)
Malacca Bar Annual General Meeting
Date : 24/2/2017 (Fri)
Venue : TBA
Pursuant to section 50 of the Legal Profession Act 1976, the ballots in respect of the annual election of members of the Bar Council were counted on 1 Dec 2016, and the first twelve persons listed below were elected for the 2017/2018 term.
|(1) Hendon Mohamed||2,518|
|(2) Ravindran A/L Nekoo @ Veloo (Ravi Nekoo)||2,126|
|(3) Karen Cheah Yee Lynn||2,121|
|(4) Brendan Navin Siva (Brendan Siva)||2,098|
|(5) Andrew Khoo Chin Hock||2,076|
|(6) Abdul Fareed Bin Abdul Gafoor||1,988|
|(7) Tan Lay Ean (Honey Tan Lay Ean)||1,987|
|(8) Siti Zabedah Binti Kasim (Siti Kasim)||1,893|
|(9) Chan Weng Keng (Roger Chan Weng Keng)||1,837|
|(10) Dipendra A/L Harshad Rai (H R Dipendra)||1,781|
|(11) Mohamad Ezri B Abdul Wahab (Ezri)||1,506|
|(12) Ravinder Singh Dhalliwal (Ravin Singh)||1,402|
|(13) Seira Sacha Bt Abu Bakar (Seira Sacha Abu Bakar)||1,365|
|(14) Mohd Amir Sharil Bahari Bin Md Noor (Amir Bahari)||1,335|
|(15) Dato’ Ramachelvam Manimuthu (M. Ramachelvam, Dato’)||1,330|
|(16) Muhammad Faisal Bin Moideen (Faisal Moideen)||1,211|
|(17) Abu Daud Bin Abd Rahim (Abu Daud)||1,134|
|(18) Kee Mohd Thariq Bin K Zainal Abidin (Kee Mohd Thariq)||1,095|
|(19) Faidhur Rahman Bin Abdul Hadi (Faidhur Rahman)||1,075|
|(20) R Pushpamalar A/P P Ratnam (Pushpa Ratnam)||1,037|
|(21) Suppiah S/O Pakrisamy (P. Suppiah)||722|
|(22) Gunamalar A/P Joorindanjn||506|
Note: The candidate’s name as it appears in his/her Practising Certificate is stated first, followed by the candidate’s preferred name (in parentheses), if the two names are different.
|Total number of ballots issued:||17,394|
|Total number of ballots received:||3,939|
|Number of ballots where members were ineligible to vote:||22|
|Number of spoilt ballots:||3|
|Total number of valid ballots:||3,914|
Source : http://www.malaysianbar.org.my
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Download the Malaysian Bar Mobile App Today!
The Bar Council is proud to announce the launch of the first-ever mobile application (“mobile app”) for the Malaysian Bar.
The mobile app is available for both iOS and Android devices, and can already be downloaded from the Apple Store (click here) and from Google Play (click here) at no charge. You can also go to the Apple Store (for iOS users) or to Google Play (for Android users) on your device, and do a search using the term “Malaysian Bar”.
The salient and handy features of the mobile app currently include:
(1) resources tailored to Members’ professional needs and interests, such as Bar Council circulars, notifications, articles and useful links;
(2) contact information of law firms, with functions for “Call”, “Email” and “GPS-Enabled Directions”;
(3) a searchable listing of job vacancies advertised through the Malaysian Bar website, which number an average of 27 postings each week;
(4) information and features relating to the Continuing Professional Development (“CPD”) Scheme; and
(5) a newsfeed of items from the Malaysian Bar website;
More features and functions — particularly those geared towards Members — will be added as the development of the mobile app progresses.
Some sections and features in the mobile app are only accessible to Members who are registered users of the Malaysian Bar website, and who log in using the same username and password as for the website.