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Showing posts from July, 2015

KLBC Activities Report for June 2015

4 June 2015 Pupils Introduction Session As a monthly tradition organised by the KLBC Pupils Committee, the Pupils Introduction Session for June was held on 4 June 2015. The session, attended by 76 pupils, was led by Shashi Devan. The purpose of the session is to introduce pupils to the structure of the Malaysian Bar and the Kuala Lumpur Bar, the election to both the Bar Council and the Kuala Lumpur Bar Committee (KLBC) and the highlights of the Malaysian Bar. It included a session for pupils to raise issues and problems faced by them during their pupillage period and other members of the KLBC were also present to provide input and possible solutions. Similar like previous sessions, the pupils were also shown a video montage of the History of the Malaysian Bar. 6 June 2015 KL Bar Bowling Tournament Organised by the KLBC Sports Committee, the KL Bar Bowling Tournament was held at Sunway Megalanes, Sunway Pyramid on 6 June 2015. A total of 19 teams participated in the even

KLBC YLC’s Community Project - Pertiwi Soup Kitchen

The KLBC Young Lawyers Committee (KLBC YLC) celebrated the season of Ramadhan by espousing the spirit of empathy and charity. On 26 June 2015, together with Pertiwi Soup Kitchen, 25 lawyers, who signed up immediately for the event within two days after it was announced, poured their hearts out in serving some 450 people on the streets of Jalan TAR and Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock. Amongst the needy were the homeless, the elderly and infants. While many of the lawyers were initially foreign to Pertiwi Soup Kitchen’s standard operating procedures on serving, they became adroit in no time at all in performing special care to the needy, especially to the elderly and the infants. In addition to the food prepared by Pertiwi Soup Kitchen, which included rice, fish, fruits, syrup and coffee, the KLBC YLC brought biscuits and snacks to add flavour to the servings. “Service with a smile” was the tagline for the day, as the volunteers were happy that with what little they could con