Workshop on Civil Procedure: Developing Advocacy and Scholarship in Procedural Applications
Mr. Ravi Nekoo
Advocate and Solicitor
Partner, Hakem Arabi & Associates
Ravi Nekoo was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 1995. He obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of London (External) in 1992 and completed his Certificate of Legal Practice examination in 1994. Then, he went on to do his Masters in Law degree at the University of Malaya in 2001 and completed his Masters in Criminal Justice degree at the same university in 2003. Ravi Nekoo was also admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2004 and the Supreme Court of South Australia and the High Court of Australia in 2007. He has been in practice for 23 years, has been a litigator throughout his practice and has appeared at all levels of the court in Malaysia. He has also been involved in tutoring students for the Certificate of Legal Practice examination and Civil Procedure was one of the subjects he had taught. He is the author of Malaysian Civil Procedure And Practice (The Malaysian Current Law Journal).
Ms. Nasema Jalaludheen
Advocate and Solicitor
Partner, Cheah Teh & Su
Nasema Jalaludheen is a partner at Messrs Cheah Teh & Su, Kuala Lumpur and has been practicing law since 1998. She has appeared in courts at all levels in Peninsular Malaysia, domestic tribunals and also arbitration pursuant to the ICC Rules in London. She practices mainly in contractual disputes as well as commercial and corporate disputes. She has prosecuted claims based on banker's liability including negligence against financial institutions. She also handles matters relating to land law and administrative law.
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