Shook Lin & Bok is proud of our training programmes for our lawyers, pupils and interns. The firm’s team based approach to working facilitates good exposure to ensure that our people develop their own knowledge from the wealth of experience within the firm. Shook Lin & Bok strongly encourages a culture of idea sharing and individual development.
The firm’s professional development team has worked closely together on the selection of legal topics and has organised regular sessions to update our people on legal and market developments. To complement our legal skills training, a soft skills training programme is conducted in-house to equip our people with the necessary skills required for legal practice.
The firm’s In-House Continuing Legal Education Programme for 2020 is listed below:
|No.||Proposed Topics||Speakers||Proposed Dates|
|1.||Soft Skills for Lawyers – The Harder, the Better||Jalalullail Othman||10th Feb 2020|
|2.||Trademarks Act 2019 – An overhaul of Malaysian trademark law and impact on the IP practice||Wendy Lee Wan Chieh||18th Mar 2020|
|3.||Competition Law : Red Flags in Distribution Agreements||Dhaniah Ahmad||15th Apr 2020|
|4.||Drafting of pleadings and the art of advocacy||Poh Choo Hoe||6th May 2020|
|5.||Financing – Safeguarding the Financier’s Interests||Hoh Kiat Ching||17th Jun 2020|
|6.||Red Lights in Islamic Finance||Dr. Syed Adam||15th Jul 2020|
|7.||Dispute resolution and construction adjudication – Practical and strategic considerations in managing a dispute||Victoria Loi||13th Aug 2020|
|8.||Insolvency – Challenges and pitfalls in winding up and bankruptcy||Ng Hooi Huang||23rd Sep 2020|
|9.||Securities Regulation – Overview of the Capital Markets & Services Act 2007||Karen Kaur||21st Oct 2020|
|10.||Acquisitions of Companies – The Need For Due Diligence||Ivan Ho Yue Chan||18th Nov 2020|
|11.||The Age of Digital Transformation and Challenges in Recovery of Technology-based Assets||Tan Gian Chung||16th Dec 2020|