Legal Profession Act 1976 (Act 166) (As at 1st September 2023) - 9789678930130 - ILBS

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Legal Profession Act 1976 (Act 166), Rules & Orders [As At 1st September 2023] Detailed Contents Of Legal Profession Act 1976 (Act 166) : The Legal Profession Act 1976 (Act 166) is a Malaysian law that regulates the legal profession in Malaysia. It establishes the Malaysian Bar, sets out the qualifications required for admission to the Bar, and outlines the duties and responsibilities of legal practitioners in the country. Below are some key provisions of the Legal Profession Act 1976: Establishment of the Malaysian Bar: The Act establishes the Malaysian Bar as the official body representing lawyers in Malaysia. The Bar is responsible for regulating the conduct of lawyers and maintaining professional standards in the legal profession. Admission to the Bar: The Act sets out the requirements for admission to the Bar. These include completion of a recognized law degree or equivalent, completion of a period of pupillage (apprenticeship) with a qualified legal practitioner, passing the relevant examinations, and meeting the character and fitness requirements. Regulation of legal practitioners: The Act provides for the regulation of legal practitioners in Malaysia. The Bar Council is responsible for enforcing professional standards and disciplining lawyers who breach them. Professional conduct: The Act sets out the professional standards expected of legal practitioners in Malaysia. These include ethical conduct, maintaining client confidentiality, avoiding conflicts of interest, and acting in the best interests of clients. Disciplinary proceedings: The Act provides for disciplinary proceedings against legal practitioners who breach professional standards. The Bar Council has the power to investigate complaints against lawyers and, if necessary, refer them to a disciplinary tribunal for further action.

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