The students of the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya have achieved milestones, contributing to the perpetual endeavour of elevating the name of this renowned faculty.
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 might inspire other members of the faculty towards greater successes.
Tasha Lim Yi Chien, a final year student of the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya
In the eyes of others, Tasha’s most frequently used line might be, "My Lords, if I may be of no further assistance, I shall rest my case." Currently a final year law student, Tasha Lim Yi Chien is known to be an outstanding mooter who had competed in several prestigious moot court competitions. Her significant triumphs include winning the ‘Best Oralist’ title and together with her team, bagging the Best Memorial Award in the 2017 national rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition,and emerging as the first runner-up in both the 2016 Tun Suffian Moot Court Competition and the 2015 Novice Arbitration Mooting Competition (NAMCO).