The late CKG Pillay, CKG as he was affectionately known to all his friends and colleagues at the Johor Bahru was born in India on 20 March 1926. He was educated in his early life in India and came to Malaysia in 1945. He studied law in England, was a member of Middle Temple and… Read More

The late Charles Wong Peng Siong (C.P.S.Wong or CPS) who was the oldest and the most senior member of the Malaysian Bar passed away in Johor on 11th January 2001. Mr Wong was born in 1903. His father had business interests in then Malaya, Singapore and Hongkong. His grandfather Wong Ah Fook was one of… Read More

The late Mr Paramjothy was born in Muar, Johor. He was the second son of the late Dr & Mrs C Chelliah of Segamat. He was educated in the Government English School in Batu Pahat and Segamat. He had higher education at Jafna College and the University of Ceylon until 1946. In 1947 he proceeded… Read More

TRIBUTE TO Mr CHIA POH MIN, Esq By counsel for the Malaysian Bar At the Reference Proceedings, 3/12/08, Johor Bahru High Court On behalf of the Malaysian Bar, I endorse and echo the eulogy that has just been so earnestly and passionately presented by my learned friend Ms Sunita. Because I did not know Poh… Read More

The late Mr A.L.Looi affectionately known as “A.L.” was born in Muar on 13th January 1942. He received his early education in Johor Bahru and finished his secondary education at the English College – a premier school during this time. Whilst at the English College, he was a shot putt champion and set a school… Read More

Tuan Haji Md Ali bin Zaitun @ Ihsan, senior partner of Ali Zaitun & Baharudin, passed away on 1 Mar 2010. He graduated from University of London and was admitted to the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple in 1987. He was called to the Malaysian Bar on 17 Nov 1988. He first set up… Read More

Puan Azlinda Binti Zakaria, partner of K. Sila Dass & Partners passed away peacefully on 11th July 2010, Sunday. She was 47. Born on December 11, 1963, Azlinda graduated from ITM. She was called to the Malaysian Bar on 19th June 1989. The Johore Bar extends our deepest condolences to her beloved family and loved… Read More

The late Encik Abdullah Bin Dato’ Haji Abdul Rahman was the Chairman of the Johore Bar Committee for the period 1970 to 1981 and President of the Malaysian Bar and Chairman of the Bar Council for the years 1979 and 1980. His concern for the welfare of the Johore Bar led to the Bar Council,… Read More