Paper presentation: Potential of using ICT in criminal cases at the Malaysian Courts

Sharing my paper presentation at Conference on Criminal Justice and Corrections 2017 (CCCJ 2017) organised by School of Applied Psychology, UUM College of Arts and Sciences, Uniersiti Utara Malaysia at UUM Sintok on 17 August 2017. Title of the paper: Potential of using ICT in criminal cases at the Malaysian Courts

New Order 63A on E-Filing – Rules of Court 2012

The recently enforced Rules of Court 2012 finally introduces a provision on e-filing by virtue of Order 63A of the Rules. To the least, this new Order 63A which came into force on 1 August 2012 addresses the concerns by many lawyers on the absence of legal provisions on ICT at the courts. Nonetheless, e-filingContinue reading “New Order 63A on E-Filing – Rules of Court 2012”

Audio Conference vs. Video Conference

The Malaysian courts would take another leap into the technological phase, with the proposed launching of the audio conference system at the courts in Kuala Lumpur. Audio conference is where the parties relevant to the case would be able to communicate with each other via fixed line or mobile phone without being physically present atContinue reading “Audio Conference vs. Video Conference”

Fruitful visit to the Kuching Courts Complex

I was in Kuching, Sarawak from the 4th until the 8th of October 2010, visiting the Kuching Courts Complex. My aim for the visit was to witness the technologies being used at the courts, and talk to some people who are familiar with the integrated courts system adopted there. Prior to the visit, I browsedContinue reading “Fruitful visit to the Kuching Courts Complex”

More Efforts by the Malaysian Judiciary

More and more efforts could be seen initiated by the Malaysian judiciary towards speedy disposal of cases and clearance of the backlog of cases. And yet again, the role of technology is hailed for the movement of such efforts. This is definitely an encouraging situation for both the judiciary as well as the public inContinue reading “More Efforts by the Malaysian Judiciary”

Technology Proves to Dispose Cases Effectively

With the emergence of the use of technology in the courtrooms, the Chief Justice of Malaya have admitted that one major problem which has been bugging the Malaysian judicial system all these while – backlog of cases – has been effectively overridden. A number of factors were identified for contributing to this success, among others:Continue reading “Technology Proves to Dispose Cases Effectively”

National Postgraduate Seminar 2010 @ Shah Alam, Selangor

I represented the Law Faculty of UiTM Shah Alam to present a concept paper on the second day of the National Postgraduate Seminar 2010 (NAPAS 2010) 6-7 July at Grand BlueWave Hotel, Shah Alam, Selangor. More than 100 research papers were presented by postgraduate researchers all over the country, and 4 keynote papers from accrossContinue reading “National Postgraduate Seminar 2010 @ Shah Alam, Selangor”

2nd National Postgrad Legal Research Colloquium

I attended the colloquium on 21st and 22nd of June 2010 at Universiti Utara Malaysia, SIntok Kedah. I presented a paper entitled: Legal Implications of Courtroom Technology in Malaysia on the first day of the event. The moderator was En. Md Rejab from UUM, and the assessors were Assoc Prof Dr Haydar of UiTM andContinue reading “2nd National Postgrad Legal Research Colloquium”

ASLI Conference 2010 at IIUM

I presented a poster at the Asian Law Institute Conference 2010 at International Islamic University Malaysia on 25-26 May 2010. This is the first time I actually present part of my research with the intent to introduce myself to the industry and also to assess the feedback from the visitors to my poster. The titleContinue reading “ASLI Conference 2010 at IIUM”

Successful Proposal Defence at Faculty Level

After months into the research, today I am officially elevated to the full PhD candidature: I successfully convinced the postgraduate committee assessors at the Faculty of Law that my research proposal of Courtroom Technology is doable, viable and justified to be carried on – Alhamdulillah… I definitely express my gratitude to my supervisors – AssociateContinue reading “Successful Proposal Defence at Faculty Level”

Face to face with the Chief Justice of the Federal Court

Today there was a Special Session with the newly appointed Adjunct Professor of Law Faculty, UiTM Shah Alam, the Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Malaysia, YAA Tun Dato’ Seri Prof. Zaki Bin Tun Azmi. the session was held at the Auditorium, Chempaka Building. The speech by YAA Tun really touched my heart, especiallyContinue reading “Face to face with the Chief Justice of the Federal Court”

Opportunity to meet the Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak

My supervisors ask me to attend one talk on legal professional ethics and mobile court today. I am excited as the speaker is none other than the Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia himself, YAA Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Panglima Richard Malanjum. The talk is held at the auditorium, Chempaka building, Law Faculty fromContinue reading “Opportunity to meet the Chief Judge of Sabah and Sarawak”

Law Postgraduate Colloquium organised by Law Faculty, UiTM Shah Alam

Today the Law Faculty, UiTM Shah Alam organised its 1st Law Postgraduate Colloquium. And I happen to be one of the presenters during the colloquium, together with another 7 colleagues, 3 at the PhD level and 4 at the Masters level. The event is held at the auditorium, Chempaka building, Law Faculty from 9 amContinue reading “Law Postgraduate Colloquium organised by Law Faculty, UiTM Shah Alam”

KL Courts experience electronic touches

Not very long after a minister in the Prime Minister’s Department called for courts in Peninsular Malaysia to engage in electronic technology, Chief Justice Tun Zaki Azmi launched the e-court system in the new commercial courts at Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur. This is good development. Good indeed.