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KLBC Activities Report for March 2015

4 March 2015 Conveyancing Workshop for Pupils Organised specifically for pupils by the KLBC Pupils Committee, this workshop held on 4 March 2015 at the KL Bar Auditorium from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm was presented by Michael Leow Yon Meng. It focused primarily on the practical aspects of handling a conveyancing brief covering the following areas: "Overview of the Conveyancing Process", "Essential clauses found in a Sale & Purchase Agreement", "How to fill up the relevant NLC Forms" and "Practical Pointers for the conveyancing lawyer". A total number of 50 pupils attended this workshop. 9 March 2015 PDC Seminar on GST and Business Contracts  Organised by the KLBC Professional Development Committee (PDC), this seminar was presented by Thenesh Kannaa on 9 March 2015 at the KL Bar Auditorium from 9:30 am to 12:00 pm. The seminar was attended by 150 participants. The seminar went through the  following topics: "The Malaysian GST model and i

YLC shares insights into legal practice with Law Students at Taylor’s University

On 21 March 2015, members of the KLBC Young Lawyers Committee (“ KLBC YLC ”) made their way to the Lakeside Campus of Taylor’s University. The objective and purpose? To speak to the first and second year law students on practising law in Malaysia from a practitioner's point of view. There were approximately 40 students who attended this event and we congregated in one of the many lecture halls in Taylor’s University. The morning started with an introduction by Ms. Marini Arumugam and Dr. Assad, the LL.B Programme Director of Taylor’s University. This was followed by a speech from Dinesh Nandrajog, the Deputy Chairperson of the KLBC YLC and a speech from the Chairperson of the KLBC YLC. The participants were then broken up into groups of seven to eight to facilitate informal discussions between them and the members of the KLBC YLC.  Each group was accompanied and led by two to three members of the KLBC YLC. Those sessions were then held in smaller seminar rooms f