Category: Malaysian Legal System


LAW434: Malaysian Legal System I is a subject offered by Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) as part of the Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons.) – LW213 programme. From October 2020, Aldric Tinker Toyad is enrolled in the Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons.) programme. This article is part of the learning experience and does not constitute legal advice, nor does it negate the requirement for further research and consultation with licenced practitioners. In addition to that, the opinions herein are Aldric’s own which do not represent clients, employers, or institutions associated or affiliated with him.

21
Sep
2021

Loh Kooi Choon v Government of Malaysia [1977] 2 MLJ 187

The Federal Court delivered its judgement for Loh Kooi Choon v Government of Malaysia [1977] 2 MLJ 187 on June…

01
Sep
2021

Do the Young & Gould Exceptions apply in Malaysia?

If you have not already, you can read the entry on judicial decisions here. As usual, I then shared the…

29
Aug
2021

Making Sense of Judicial Decisions

What is “law”? That is both a philosophical and practical question that law students and legal practitioners ask themselves. Often…

12
Dec
2020

Subsidiary Legislation in Malaysia: A Brief Introduction

Before we discuss subsidiary legislation in Malaysia, we need to take a step back. We first must ask, “Who can…