FINANCIAL CRIMES AND PROSECUTION OF CORRUPTION CASES
It appears that in developing countries, financial crimes and corruption cases grow, in size and number, with a country’s development and...
SPEECH AT THE MALAYSIAN JUDGES’ CONFERENCE 2008
This is the first and the last time that I am addressing this conference. So, you can afford not to listen to me. However, as I had said...
THE ROLE OF RELIGION IN STATE AFFAIRS: THE MALAYSIAN PERSPECTIVE
I thank the organizers for inviting me to this conference and, more so, for giving me the honor to speak before the learned and...
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “HARMONIZATION OF SHARI’AH AND CIVIL LAW: TOWARDS A METHODOLOGY OF HARMONIZATION”
So far, I mean until this morning, I had officially closed two conferences but I had not opened any. This morning, I am invited to...
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: TIME FOR A PARADIGM SHIFT
A Subordinate Shariah Court Judge who, I believe, is a graduate in law and Shariah, once told me of this incident. There was an...
CLOSING SPEECH AT 11TH MALAYSIAN LAW CONFERENCE
Originally, this conference was scheduled to be officially closed by Y.A.A. Tan Sri Wan Adnan bin Ismail, the President of the Court of...