The book 'Malaysian Legal System,' which has 36 chapters, covers the origins of the legal system in Malaysia before and during the British 'invasion' of the Straits Settlements, Malay States, and Borneo States. The sources of Malaysian law, the legislative process, the judicial doctrine of stare decisis at common law and Syariah, interpretation and construction of statutes, administration of justice, and the Legal Profession of the Civil and Syariah systems are all covered. This book also discusses the potential impact of artificial intelligence technologies on the legal profession, the transformation of legal education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4.0), and a common grading method for law graduates seeking admission to the profession. The book also includes a step-by-step approach to conducting successful legal research, including an introduction to citing cases, statutes, books, journal articles, and electronic sources, among other things. Overall, as an all-encompassing treatise on the Malaysian Legal System given by writers who are specialists in their various fields of interest, this book is a wonderful source of reference.
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