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Public Law Remedies In Government Procurement: Perspective From Malaysia

Proceedings of the 9th UUM International Legal Conference (ILC 2017), 23-24 September, 2017, School of Law, UUMCOLGIS, Universiti Utara Malaysia


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About This Proceeding

The volume contains selected, peer-reviewed papers from the 9th UUM International Legal Conference (ILC 2017), 23-24 September, 2017, School of Law, UUMCOLGIS, Universiti Utara Malaysia.

Law, justice and integrity are key cornerstone of development, human rights, peace and security. On the other hand the rule of law can only be established and maintain when all individuals, organizations and institution, both in the public and private sectors are accountable to laws that are publicly promulgated, equally enforced and adjudicated through an institutional framework governed by the principles of transparency, integrity, justice and accountability.

9th Universiti Utara Malaysia International Legal Conference 2017 (ILC 2017) offers a collaborative environment to academician, researchers and practitioners to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of law with special emphasis on issues of legal diversity. The conference also provided a platform for the intellectuals from various fields and disciplines in law to debate and discuss the current issues worldwide as well as finding solution to the problems. The discussions reflected the legal issues which are relevant not only to the Malaysian society but also the international community at large.

The aim of this conference is primarily to enhance the role of academician, researcher and practitioners in formulating the future of our law and legal system to suit the need of modern society. It also aims to encourage academic linkages between the academicians and the researchers together with the people from the legal fraternity. It also sought to promote future co-operations among the intellectuals from various fields and disciplines. ILC 2017 is built on the success of 8 past conferences organized by the School of Law, UUM College of Law Government And International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia. It is hoped that ILC 2017 will be another successful conference and that the mutual exchange of ideas among the participants will generate suggestions which can be beneficial to the field of law. It is also hoped that ILC 2017 will be starting point for future discourse on the issue of legal diversity in the ‘borderless world’.

The topics of the conference sessions included the following:

Track 1: Law

  • Public law (e.g: constitutional law, criminal law, environmental law etc);
  • Private law (e.g: contract law, employment law, franchise law etc.);
  • International law (e.g: maritime law, conflict of law, international trade, cross-border issues etc.);
  • Shari’ah (Islamic Law) issues (e.g: Islamic criminal law, Islamic family law, Islamic banking and finance law).


Track 2: Justice

  • Social justice
  • Criminal justice
  • Gender issues
  • Child justice
  • Social benefits
  • Human right issues
  • Islam justice
  • Environmental Justice


Track 3: Integrity

  • Socio-legal issues (corporate social responsibility, social welfare issues, socio-economic studies, social responses etc.);
  • Legal and integrity issues in education;
  • Corruption
  • Corporate governance
  • Professional Ethics
  • Islam and integrity

 

Keywords

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