The Faculty of Law, University of Malaya (“the Faculty”) had its debut in the 11th Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition, which is a prestigious competition organised annually by the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy (PCMLP), University of Oxford. The Price Media Law Moot Competition challenges students to engage in comparative research of legal standards at the national, regional and international levels, and to develop their arguments on questions in Media, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) laws as well as on freedom of expression. The competition comprises of six regional rounds (South Asia, Asia-Pacific, South East Europe, North East Europe, Middle East, Africa and Americas) and the international rounds held in Oxford. For the regional stage, our team was grouped into the Asia-Pacific Rounds which was held in Renmin University, Beijing.
About this segment: Person of the Month is an initiative by the University of Malaya Law Review which aims to feature a prominent member of the University of Malaya’s Law Faculty towards the end of each month. The purpose of this segment is twofold. Firstly, to give due recognition to the contributions of our student leaders and secondly, so that their achievements inspire other members of the faculty towards greater successes.
Leeroy Ting Kah Sing, an alumnus of the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya.
Ting Kah Sing (Leeroy) is an alumnus of the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya (UM) who is well known for his outstanding achievements in many arenas, prominently being the founder of the University of Malaya Law Review (UMLR). He is also a star in the debating world, having conquered numerous prestigious debate competitions. He was also appointed as a Student Ambassador by LexisNexis Southeast Asia, a company specialising in providing legal research tools to lawyers. Having recently graduated, he is currently working on the support team of the Institutional Reforms Committee, an advisory body established by the Council of Eminent Persons to look into reforms to key institutions in Malaysia.