Tag: Malaysian Legal Market Liberalization

Sharm Ravindran: Malaysian law firm leader and industry change agent

Sharm Ravindran founded and leads Kuala Lumpur-based Ravindran Advocates & Solicitors.  In this interview with Asia Law Portal, she details the breadth and depth of her legal career – from earliest inspiration – to law firm founder and leader – to legal services sector diversity and […]

30 People to Watch in the Business of Law in Asia in 2022

The 2022 installment of 30 People to Watch in the Business of Law in Asia is the 8th consecutive annual annual list in the series. 2022 will see more legal innovators from throughout the region gain more attention from alternative sources of legal information including legal […]

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The Current State of the Malaysian Legal Market: A Q&A with Eddie Law, Founder of eLawyer.com.my

The Malaysian legal market is currently undergoing structural reform while competition is increasing.  Here’s an update on the market in the second quarter of 2015 from Eddie Law, Founder of  eLawyer.com.my: How would you describe the overall current state of the Malaysian legal market? In general, […]

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Malaysian legal market opening to foreign firms

As the Star Online reported from Kuala Lumpur, the Malaysian Parliament [The Dewan Rakyat] passed the Legal Profession (Amendment) Bill of 2012, which will soon allow foreign lawyers to open offices and practice law in Malaysia. What practices will foreign law firms be permitted to establish? Lee Shih, Partner […]

Impact of Asian legal market liberalization outlined at Seoul conference

The impact of legal market liberalization upon specific legal jurisdictions in Asia was the subject of a panel discussion last week at the Inter-Pacific Bar Association Annual Conference in Seoul, Korea. Lawyers in the midst of these changes which are bringing new competitive pressures upon regional domestic markets highlighted the […]