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KPUM-UM Law Career Convention 2011

November 8th, 2011 · 3 Comments

After 2 years, the Law Society of University of Malaya has again collaborating with the United Kingdom Malaysian Student Law Union (KPUM) to co-organise the annual legal career fair -Law Career Convention 2011 (LCC 2011), for law students and young lawyers to network with local law firms and corporations.

eLawyer is proud to be invited to be the media partner for this event again this year.

Young lawyers and law students are encouraged to and welcome to visit this LCC 2011.

The details of the event are below:

Event Name: KPUM-UM Law Career Convention 2011 (LCC)

Organiser: UM Law Society & KPUM

Venue: Law Faculty of University Malaya

Date: 19 November 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 9am – 4pm

eLawyer will be setting up an exhibition booth there.

Please do drop by and say HELLO to our team of representative (Our Eddie Law is happy to provide free legal career consultation on the spot).

Please click the below to see:

KPUM-UM Law Career Convention 2008

UM Law Career Convention 2010

Tags: eLawyer · Law News

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Jessy // Nov 13, 2011 at 11:14 am

    Hai eddie ! I wonder what are the requirements to become a Magistrate ? where can I apply for this position ?

  • 2 Eddie Law // Nov 14, 2011 at 4:26 pm

    Hi Jessy, I am in the midst of blogging about this topics. Pls stay tune!

  • 3 Chong Yit Khang // Dec 18, 2011 at 11:19 pm

    Hi eddie , i read your blog about how to become a lawyer in malaysia. it is very helpful.

    I have some question to ask ,
    1, if i am going to take up a law course in taylor’s university , do i have chance to work in oversea firm?

    2,after 5 years graduated from the university , how much can i get per month if i am working at malaysia?

    3, I am confused either to walk in this path or not , could you tell me the life of a lawyer ?

    thanks for all the information you gave in your blog

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