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YLC Sports Carnival on 31.10.2010

The festive seasons are over. All invitations to open house will have to take a back seat until next year. Thus there is no more excuse not to start burning those extra weights gained. It's time to burn that flab! In support of leading a healthy lifestyle the KL Bar Young Lawyers Committee ("KLYLC") will be organising a sports carnival to churn and grind those lethargic muscles and at the same time encourage young lawyers to foster closer ties amongst others under the goodwill of sports. Details pertaining to the carnival are as follows:-
Date: 31 October 2010 (Sunday) Time:10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Venue: The Challenger Sports Complex PJ, Jalan Semangat, Section 14 PJ (Opposite Dutch Lady/Beside the new BMW showroom on Jalan Semangat).
Sports: Badminton and Futsal (to be played simultaneously).


Rules and regulations are as follows:
KLYLC FUTSAL CARNIVAL FORMAT
GENERAL RULES 1. Futsal is ONLY open to practising lawyer and pupils-in-chambers. 2. Limited to only 16 teams. 3. I…

Inti International College Visit on 2.10.10

It has always been the objective of the Kuala Lumpur Young Lawyers Committee ("KLYLC") to get involved in activities which are constructive; therefore, KLYLC visited IntiInternationalUniversity at Nilai ("Inti") on 2.10.10. The primary objective of the said visit was to manage the expectations of the law students The volunteer lawyers attending the workshop were tasked with giving advice, insights and likewise sharing their experience with the students. 7 volunteer lawyers from KLYLC, together with Lai Chee Hoe, the Chairperson of KLYLC stepped into Inti at around 10am. As scheduled, the event started off with a welcoming speech by the representative from Inti and a brief introduction of the KLYLC volunteer lawyers Thereafter students were divided into 4 groups, each comprising 6-7 students. 2 volunteer lawyers were assigned to each group to share their experience with the students.
Along the 1.5 hours discussion, students were actively participating and asking quest…

Candidate Watch Campaign: Do not throw that ballot paper away!

The Bar Council Elections takes place every year during the month of November. The purpose of the Elections is to elect members who will sit in Council and tasked under the Legal Profession Act to manage the affairs of the Malaysian Bar and to carry out various functions as specified under the Act. Candidates for the Elections are nominated by at least 3 members – you should have received your nomination papers by now! By early November, Bar Council will announce the candidates and ballot papers are sent to members for them to vote.The question is how many members even bother to vote? Out of 13,000 members, Bar Council only received the returned ballot papers in the region of 3,000. Most members, when asked about the Elections, do not know how to participate as they have no clue who to elect, or who is best to represent their interests in Bar Council. More often than not, the ballot papers end up in the dustbin.With this in mind, the Kuala Lumpur Bar Young Lawyers Committee will embar…

Bar Council Elections: Candidate Watch Campaign

Hear ye! Hear ye! Come November, it will once again be time for YOU to choose 12 members to sit in the Bar Council.YOUR Bar Council members.But:Do you know the candidates?What about their goals and aspirations?Their views on issues affecting the Bar?CANDIDATE WATCH.A first-of-it's-kind initiative, brought to you by the Kuala Lumpur Bar Young Lawyer's Committee, which will revolutionise how you vote for your Bar Council members.Watch this space for more details.

Press Statement

Climate Change and Addressing Global WarmingThe Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee (KLBC) has felt it timely to join the chorus of the environmentally-conscious and those who care, in expressing serious concern over greenhouse gas concentrations (derived from excessive carbon emission) through industries, transportation, deforestation and settlements, which by slow degrees are surelyaltering the chemistry of the Earth’s atmosphere, if left unattended by the world’s nations.The net effect of this problem is enough to cause climate change and its severe environmental fallout.Given that this is an area of international concern, already felt and amplified through extreme weather conditions such as rising sea levels, inundation, storm surge, erosion and other coastal hazards, it is not surprising that The United Nations has recently warned that tens of millions of people living in the world’s biggest cities are highly exposed to “mega disaster.”In view of the magnitude of the problem that concerns…

IT Law Forum on 12.11.2010

The Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee through its Information Technology Committee in partnership with KDU University College is organising the inaugural Information Technology Law Forum on 12.11.2010 at KDU University College, Section 13 Campus, Petaling Jaya. Registration Fee is RM50 per participant.

We are inviting legal firms as partners for specific session in the Forum. The sponsorship fee as a partner shall be RM5000 for each session. As a partner of a selected session and in return for the sponsorship fee, your firm will be associated with that session and may choose to place buntings and/or distribute brochures at the said session.
Should you wish to sponsor a session and/or send participants, kindly complete and return the form to the Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee by 25 October 2010.

Do contact our Ms Melissa Dass at the KL Bar secretariat at 03-26920745 (Direct Line)/03-26933585 (General Line) or melissa@klbar.org.my for any further information or clarification.


Posting Comments on this Blog

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Thank you for visiting us. 
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Regards, Richard Wee IT Committee KL Bar

YLC VISIT TO PARLIAMENT ON 11/10/2010

The Kuala Lumpur Young Lawyers Committee (“KLYLC”) organised a visit to Parliament on 11th October 2010, which saw 8 of its members attending the third session of the 12th Parliament i.e. Lai Chee Hoe, Syahredzan Johan, Johnson Lim, Chan Kit Keong, Kenneth Wong, Joanne Leong, Johana Rosli and Joachim Leong.Despite being informed that the session commences only at 10 am, we enthusiastically gathered as early as 8 am on a Monday morning for fears that there will be inadequate parking. After feasting on food and drinks at the Parliament’s cafeteria located at the 1st Floor, we then made our way to the public gallery in the House.Member of Parliment (“MP”) for Rembau, YB Khairy Jamuluddin was one of the earliest to arrive, and very kindly took the time to greet each and every one of us personally, where he subsequently ran through the agenda for the day with us.Parliament convened exactly at 10.05 am with a short recital of the doa selamat, followed by the start of Questions for Oral Answ…

LexisNexis-KL Bar Treasure Hunt 2010 on 24.10.2010

Calling all members of the Bar and pupils-in-chambers!Come join the LexisNexis-KL Bar Treasure Hunt 2010. Great prizes to be won!
Date
Sunday, 24 October 2010

Route
Klang Valley

Categories
Open - members of the public
Closed - members of the Malaysian Bar and staff of LexisNexis

Entry Fee
Open - RM400.00 per car
Closed - RM350.00 per car
* up to 4 persons in a carHurry and sign up now!
Click here for the Flyer and Entry Form that contain more information about the Hunt.The KL Bar’s share of the proceeds this year will go directly either to charitable organisations
or to fund a social or community development project undertaken by the KLBC. Regards,Khaizan Sharizad
Chairperson
KL Bar Social, Arts & Culture Committee

iPhone4 Plans for KL Bar Members

Clickherefor the iPhone4 Plan andherefor the Steps to Sign Up For further enquiries kindly email klbarenquiries@digi.com.my