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I found another Malaysian law blog

October 24th, 2007 · 1 Comment


Laddies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to another law blog, which is also purely “made in Malaysia” - entitled “Financial & Legal Matters“. There are 4 main categories of this blog i.e. “Banking”, “Commercials”, “Insurance” and “Legal”. The topics discussed therein ranging from fanancial facilities, insurance to legal tips and other useful information.

Currently, the main legal tips given in the blog is property law related issues (or commonly known as “conveyancing matter”). This section has received good comments.

This law blog is written by PabloPabla, a Malasyian lawyer who is still in practice at Kuala Lumpur. He is now in his mid 30s. His practice areas primarily cover insurance, general litigation and some credit card related banking matters.

I was so excited when I first have found this law blog as now I know I am not the only one blogging about law related issues in Malaysia.

I look forward to seeing more useful legal tips being posted in this blog so that the general public will be benefited and will be more aware about their legal rights. In fact, more lawyers should partake in educating the public about their basic legal rights, which is in line with one of the objective of Malaysian Bar.

PabloPabla has started blogging since January 2006. Apart from this law blog, PabloPabla also maintains another 2 blogs - 1st blog is about food review in Malaysia and another is a blog review site.  Two of his food review articles were even being published in the local newspaper. He is also invited by a travel site to be the co-author to blog about travel related issues.

Wow..I see a great blogger is raising up soon! Do you see it?

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1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Woi Yew Long // Oct 26, 2007 at 11:38 am

    Hai bro, how’s life. Wish can meet you up, to know how is your family getting on.

    Yew Long, Bro in chris.

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