PAST EVENTS

 

TUN SUFFIAN PUBLIC / MEMORIAL LECTURE
List Of Previous Lectures

 

 

2017 - 10th Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“Indigenous Law and Responsible Water Governance”
Delivered by: The Honourable Justice Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie
Formerly High Court Judge of New Zealand, Chief Judge of the M?ori Land Court

 



Dzulkifli

2016 - 9th Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“From Transformational To Balanced Leadership: Centring On Justice”
Delivered by: Professor Tan Sri Dato’ Dzulkifli Abdul Razak
14th President of the International Association of Universities

 

 

Miyagawa

2014 - 8th Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“Japan’s Perspective on the Reform of the United Nations”
Delivered by: HE Dr Makio Miyagawa
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Malaysia

 


Sornarajah

2010 - 7th Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“The Primacy of the Right to Equality in International and Domestic Law”
Delivered by: Professor M Sornarajah
Tunku Abdul Rahman Professor of International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya,
CJ Koh Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore

 

 

HPLee

2005 - 6th Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“Judicial Power and Constitutional Government”
Delivered by: Professor H P Lee Sir John Lantham
Chair of Law, Faculty of Law, Monash University, Australia

 

 

Trindade

2000 - 5th Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“The Law of Defamation in the New Millenium”
Delivered by: Professor F A Trindade Sir Owen Dixon
Professor of Law, Monash University, Australia

 

 

Lester

1996 - 4th Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“Human Rights and the Rule of Law: Memories and Reflections”
Delivered by: The Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC

 

 

Ninian

1994 - 3rd Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“Globalisation and the Growth of International Law”
Delivered by: The Rt Hon Sir Ninian Stephen
Judge of the International Tribunal on Crimes in Former Yugoslavia, Governor General of Australia 1982-1989,
Judge of High Court of Australia 1972-1982

 

 

Elliott

1992 - 2nd Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“The Multilateral Approaches to the New World Order”
Delivered by: HE Ambassador Elliot L Richardson
Special Rep of the President of the USA for the Multilateral Assistance Initiative for the Phillippines, Former AG of the USA

 



tommykoh

1989 - 1st Tun Suffian Public / Memorial Lecture
“The Role of Law in the Ceation of a World Order”
Delivered by: HE Professor Tommy Koh
The Ambassador of the Republic of Singapore to USA




 

OTHER EVENTS

 

6th May, 2017
Launching of
"Paracosm”
by Tan Sri Johan Jaafar
(Chairman, Nobel International School)

 

25th March, 2017
Launching of
"Tan Sri Dato’ Indera Dr Abdul Aziz bin Abdul Rahman - On Course from Take-off to Touch Down”
by Tan Sri Dato' Seri Utama Dr. Rais bin Yatim
(Social and Cultural Affairs Adviser to the Government)

 

10th January, 2017
Launching of
“Datuk Ann Majeed - A Towering Figure in Social Welfare Work in Malaysia”
by Tan Sri Dato' Seri Utama Dr. Rais bin Yatim
(Social and Cultural Affairs Adviser to the Government)

 

13th January 2011
Welcome home to Puan Azlin binti Sabtu, the second Tun Suffian LLM Degree Cambridge Scholar, and To present Certificates of Scholarship Award to its 2010 outstanding scholars comprising of 2 PhD candidates and 11 LLB students pursuing their respective courses of studies in Malaysia

 

7th August 2010
Second YTS Fund Raising Dinner at Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur


14th August,2008
Reception to honour the first YTS Tun Suffian Cambridge Scholar


24th October, 2007
Launching of
“Simplicity & Greatness: Tun Suffian’s Legacy”
by His Royal Highness Sultan Azlan Shah
(Sultan of Perak Darul Ridzuan)


28th April, 2006
Inaugural Fund Raising Dinner

 


 

PRESS RELEASES

 

An honour, indeed
http://thestar.com.my/education/story.asp?file=/2008/9/14/education/1946150&sec=education

 

http://education.bernama.com/index.php?sid=news_content&id=556575

 

 

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