17 December 2011

...in memory of LAWSOC 2010/2011.


With the final remark made by Mr. President, Bro. Izzat Emir Hafidz Rohizan on 15th Dec.2011 at Lawsoc's AGM finally Lawsoc IIUM 2010/2011 tenure being officially dissolved and will be replaced with new tenure by the end of the year 2011.

THANK YOU for all main committees, sub-committes, Aikol Fest 2011's committees, AIKOL community, IIUM community as well as outsiders who had lend their support for our events and your co-operation. On behalf of former office, we would like to apologize for any inconveniences and shortcomings  
May Allah s.w.t bless us and reward us for the works done.

We also wish that AIKOL students will cast their vote for upcoming election for 
LAWSOC 2011/2012 tenure. All the best for candidates esp. for the chair of President.

"MOLDING FUTURE LAGACY"




12 September 2011



~Welcome to all new students of Aikol
and welcome back to Aikol for all current students to resume your study,
strive for the best in this new semester and we wish you all the best!

19 March 2011

17 March 2011

REMINDER MARCH 2011

FINAL EXAMINATION SEMESTER 2 (2010/2011):


PRE-REGISTRATION FOR MAHALLAH: 
check for the schedule below..
http://itdportal.iium.edu.my/student/tt_mahallah.html

16 March 2011

Seeking Knowledge - The Way to Paradise

Allah (Most Exalted is He), Who created us and gave us sustenance, has also given us guidance. He said: 
"Verily We have created man into toil and struggle… Have We not made for him a pair of eyes; and a tongue, and a pair of lips; and shown him the two ways (obedience and disobedience)?" (Qur'an, Al-Balad 90:4-10) 



After providing us with the capability to contemplate, think, and differentiate between things, He instructed us to know Him, to know his Prophets and to know His Deen, Islam. He said: 
"So know that there is no god save Allah, ask forgiveness for your sins and for the believing men and the believing women. Allah knows well your moving and your place of rest." 
(Qur'an, Muhammad 47:19) 

15 March 2011

Tiga tugas hakiki pendidik universiti

source: berita harian online


Tiga tugas hakiki pendidik universiti
Oleh Shamrahayu A Aziz

2011/03/15

'Penyakit' berpolitik untuk rebut jawatan boleh jejas profesion 

SAYA terkedu dan sedih membaca kenyataan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Razak, mengenai 'politiking' dalam merebut jawatan naib canselor di universiti tempatan. Kata Perdana Menteri, politiking dalam pelantikan ini tidak wajar berlaku. Katanya lagi, kalangan akademik di universiti perlu menumpukan perhatian kepada pendidikan supaya pelajar dapat menimba ilmu dan membuka minda.

09 March 2011




::SOLAT HAJAT FOR FINAL EXAMINATION::
DATE: 10/3/2011 (THURSDAY)
TIME: 7.00-10.00PM
VENUE: FOYER MOOT COURT
*REFRESHMENT 'RE PROVIDED BY THE ORGANIZER, JUST COME.
~MOULDING FUTURE LEGACY~

07 March 2011

LAWSOC PUBLIC DEBATE


THE DATE FOR THIS PROGRAMMES  IS ON 7th MARCH 2011

03 March 2011

::intellectual forum::

INTELLECTUAL FORUM:
SELANGOR LIQUOR BAN
"the morality of law"
to what extent should moral become a part of our legal system? should be the reason for the existence of our law?
3/3/2011
MINI AUDITORIUM,IIUM


brought to you by LAWSOC IIUM
::COME AND JOIN THE DISCUSSION::
(DELIVERED IN MALAY)


23 February 2011

invitation: PROGRAM LARIAN AMAL ALAM SEKITAR ‘GREEN WALK

JEMPUTAN UNTUK MENYERTAI PROGRAM LARIAN AMAL ALAM SEKITAR ‘GREEN WALK’:

Environment Law and Awareness Club, Fakulti Undang-Undang UiTM Shah Alam (EnLAC) ingin menjemput pelajar-pelajar fakulti undang-undang Ahmad Ibrahim menyertai program larian amal alam sekitar ‘Green Walk’ dgn kerjasama pihak WWF Malaysia.
Tarikh Program: 13 Mac 2011
Masa : 7.00 pagi – 11.45 pagi
Tempat: Amphetheater pusat, Taman Pertanian Bukit Cerakah, Shah Alam.
Yuran Pendaftaran: RM 10.00 sahaja.



*this programmes is not organised by Law Students Society IIUM. This promotion is valid only for Aikol students. Any Aikol students who are interested to join please come to Lawsoc office. Thank you



::STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMME TO INDONESIA::



ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!


THE KULLIYYAH WILL BE SENDING STUDENTS TO THE FACULTY OF LAWS UNIVERSITAS MUHAMMADIYYAH YOGYAKARTA (UMY) AND UNIVERSITAS ISLAM INDONESIA YOGYAKARTA (UII) FOR A PERIOD OF ONE MONTH

:: SRC 2010/2011 GENERAL ELECTION AWARENESS:: result

Congratulation to Hafizul Faris and Muhammad Fitry..


~we look forward to work with you guys in the future,
let make a good team.
together we serve for the best to Aikolian.

17 February 2011

:: NATIONAL CLIENT COUNSELING COMPETITION 2011::


Report:
Alhamdulillah, for so many years we have not participate in this competition but we manage to send representative to join and compete to represent Uia this year.

12 February 2011

:: EGYPT'S REVOLUTION 2011 :: Hosni Mubarak has resigned

Omar Suleiman, Egypt's vice-president, announces Hosni Mubarak has resigned and handed power to army.
Last Modified: 11 Feb 2011 18:22 GMT BY AL JAZERRA http://english.aljazeera.net/video/middleeast/2011/02/2011211165022206735.html



Millions celebrate as Egyptian president cedes power to the army, ushering in a new era of optimism in the Arab world.
Last Modified: 11 Feb 2011 22:59 GMT




PENUNJUK perasaan di Dataran Tahrir, Kaherah menunjuk kasut kerana marah Mubarak enggan letak jawatan, semalam.
Rakyat Mesir berkeras mahu Mubarak berundur segera; Tolak langkah penyerahan
kuasa kepada Naib Presiden; Presiden lari ke Sharm el-Sheikh bersama keluarga


KAHERAH: Presiden Hosni Mubarak meninggalkan ibu negara semalam untuk ke Sharm el-Sheikh, ketika beribu-ribu penunjuk perasaan meneruskan bantahan di hadapan istana presiden Ittihadiya untuk kali pertama sejak tunjuk perasaan antikerajaan bermula 25 Januari lalu.

source: BERITA HARIAN

~12.FEB 2011:ON THIS DATE 62 YEARS AGO...
IS THE DEATH OF HASSAN AL BANNA*

:: Hassan al-Banna (al-Shahid Hassan al-Banna) ::


~He died on Saturday, February 12, 1949, in Cairo; cause of death: assassination.
~was born on Sunday, October 14, 1906 in Mahmudiyya and he was a famous activist from Egypt of Sunni Muslim religion
Rooted in Islam, Al-Banna's message tackled issues including colonialismpublic healtheducational policy, natural resources management, Marxismsocial inequalitiesArab nationalism, the weakness of the Islamic world on the international scene, and the growing conflict in Palestine. By emphasizing concerns that appealed to a variety of constituencies, Al-Banna was able to recruit from among a cross-section of Egyptian society — though modern-educated civil servants, office employees, and professionals remained dominant among the organization's activists and decisionmakers. Al-Banna was also active in resisting British rule in Egypt.

....."But the relief rally may be premature. The fact that Mubarak is gone does not automatically mean that calm will return. Nor does it guarantee a smooth transition to a more democratic regime and the rule of law. Emboldened protesters in neighbouring states may also confront other potentates in highly unpredictable showdowns. In a politically combustible region, similar sparks could ignite very different fires...."



11 February 2011

:: SRC 2010/2011 GENERAL ELECTION AWARENESS::

WE SUPPORT A  FAIR ELECTION !!

WHAT ABOUT YOU???

CAST YOUR VOTE | FULFILL YOUR RESPONSIBILITY

A FRIENDLY REMINDER BY LAWSOC :)

09 February 2011

ATTENTION:

HIGHLIGHT TODAY'S PROGRAMMES:
DATE: 9h FEB.2011
~BROUGHT TO YOU BY LAWSOC' 10/11


 ~in conjunction with STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMME 2011~

~in conjunction  with MAULUD FESTIVAL 2011~


`COME AIKOLIAN AND JOIN US TODAY :)`
MAY ALLAH BLESS US....

26 January 2011

COMING SOON THIS FEBRUARY....






LAWSOC 10/11 in COLLABORATION WITH:
ENGINEERING STUDENTS SOCIETY 2010/2011 (ENGINIUS XVII)
ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES SOCIETY (EMSS)
ISLAMIC REVEALED KNOWLEDGE AND HERITAGE STUDENTS’ SOCIETY
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION STUDENT ASSOCIATION (BEDSA)
KELAB RAKAN ISLAH SISWA MALAYSIA (KARISMA) 


DATE: 9th-15th FEBRUARY 2011 | PROGRAMME: MAULIDUR RASUL EXHIBITION: 9th – 14th February 2011 | GRAND FORUM: PEMILIK CINTAKU” 14th feb.2011| MUSICAL THEATER: "CINTAKU MILIK SIAPA" 13th February 2011|                                        

22 January 2011

WELCOMING CEREMONY STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMME 2011

DATE: 21st JANUARY 2011 (FRIDAY)
VENUE: AS-SYAFIEE CONFERENCE ROOM, AIKOL IIUM
TIME: 3.00 pm-5.00 pm

~ A WARM WELCOME TO AIKOL~

 ~Adam Wijaya Medantara
Anggit Trinindito
Aradila Caesar Ifmaini Idris
Agus Fadila Sandi
Ogiandhafiz Juanda

 ~Eci Ernawati
Dhita Martini S.
Asri Wulandari
Lena
Noor Aini Dyah Rahmawati

~ Dean of IIU with Deputy Dean Student Affairs Aikol

~ Lecturers of IIU
~IIU lecturers
~Lecturers from AIKOL
~Representative from Student body: SRC 09/10 and LAWSOC 10/11

21 January 2011

Bar Council: Lack of legal representation troubling

SOURCE:
http://www.malaysianbar.org.my/legal/general_news/bar_council_lack_of_legal_representation_troubling.htm


Wednesday, 19 January 2011 09:10am
©The Star (Used by permission)

PETALING JAYA: Too many people are not represented in criminal trials and this is very troubling, says Bar Council chairman Ragunath Kesavan.
He said the constitutional guarantee of the right to legal representation was meaningless if a person was unable to get a lawyer because of insufficient means.



P/S: FOR FULL ARTICLE PLEASE CLICK THE LINK ABOVE.

A parliament where students can speak out

SOURCE: http://www.malaysianbar.org.my/legal/general_news/a_parliament_where_students_can_speak_out.html

"PUTRAJAYA: The Higher Education Ministry is seeking to establish a national students' parliament as a platform for undergraduates to voice their views.

Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Khaled Nordin however said the body could only be formed if three quarters of the country's universities set up their own student parliaments in campus.

"The ministry encourages the concept of student parliament as it is an intellectual infrastructure that would enable students to share and voice their views on university policies.

"The body can also provide students the opportunity to cultivate intellectual debates among themselves," he said in his ministry's New Year address at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre yesterday.

Khaled said the student parliaments could also help to produce quality and idealistic students with critical thinking skills as they are the future leaders.
....."


P/S: MORE DETAIL PLEASE CLICK THE LINK ABOVE.

19 January 2011






STUDENTS EXCHANGE PROGRAMME


Fakultas Hukum, Universitas Islam Indonesia
to
Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws


SEMESTER II (2010/2011)
(19 JANUARY 2011 – 15th FEBRUARY 2011)


NAME OF STUDENTS:
Adam Wijaya Medantara
Anggit Trinindito
Aradila Caesar Ifmaini Idris
Agus Fadila Sandi
Ogiandhafiz Juanda
Eci Ernawati
Dhita Martini S.
Asri Wulandari
Lena
Noor Aini Dyah Rahmawati

~AHLAN WASAHLAN~


18 January 2011

Lebanon: UN-backed court receives first indictment in Hariri assassination

source: UN NEWS CENTRE
http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=37295&Cr=leban&Cr1=


Lebanon: UN-backed court receives first indictment in Hariri assassination







Headquarters of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon




17 January 2011 – The United Nations-backed tribunal set up to try suspects in the 2005 murders of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri and 22 others received its first indictment today, but its contents remain confidential at this stage.The Prosecutor of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL), Daniel Bellemare, submitted the indictment and supporting materials to Pre-Trial Judge Daniel Fransen, who will now review them, court Registrar Herman von Hebel said in a statement in Leidschendam, Netherlands, where the tribunal sits.
The situation in Lebanon has been marked by rising tensions in recent months and last Wednesday, the government of national unity collapsed when 11 cabinet ministers from Hizbollah and allied groups resigned after months of negotiations brokered by Saudi Arabia and Syria failed to produce a compromise over the Tribunal.
In a statement from his spokesman today, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon reiterated his support for the court, an independent body set up following a probe by the International Independent Investigation Commission after an earlier UN mission found that Lebanon’s own inquiry into the massive car bombing that killed Mr. Hariri and the others was seriously flawed, and that Syria was primarily responsible for the political tensions that preceded the attack.
“The independent judicial process should not be linked with any political debate,” the statement said, stressing that the STL indictment “is in pursuit of its mandate to end impunity for the terrible crimes” that killed Mr. Hariri and 22 others, as well as for related attacks. It underscored that the Tribunal is an independent court of law established at the request of the Government of Lebanon, with a clear mandate from the UN Security Council.
“The Secretary-General reiterates his call on all parties to refrain from any interference or influence in its work, but to allow it to proceed in accordance with the highest legal principles and standards applied by all United Nations-assisted international tribunals,” the statement said.
Last week Mr. Ban met with Mr. Hariri’s son, Prime Minister Saad Hariri, in New York to highlight his support for the Tribunal, stressing its independence and voicing the hope that its work would help end impunity in the country.

17 January 2011

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT (ICC)





The International Criminal Court (ICC) is an independent, permanent court that tries persons accused of the most serious crimes of international concern, namely genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The ICC is based on a treaty, joined by 114 countries.

As of 12 October 2010, 114 countries are States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. Out of them 31 are African States, 15 areAsian States, 18 are from Eastern Europe, 25 are from Latin American and Caribbean States, and 25 are from Western European and other States.

The ICC is a court of last resort. It will not act if a case is investigated or prosecuted by a national judicial system unless the national proceedings are not genuine, for example if formal proceedings were undertaken solely to shield a person from criminal responsibility. In addition, the ICC only tries those accused of the gravest crimes.
In all of its activities, the ICC observes the highest standards of fairness and due process. The jurisdiction and functioning of the ICC are governed by theRome Statute.

About the Court:





The International Criminal Court (ICC), governed by the Rome Statute, is the first permanent, treaty based, international criminal court established to help end impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes of concern to the international community.
The ICC is an independent international organisation, and is not part of the United Nations system. Its seat is at The Hague in the Netherlands. Although the Court’s expenses are funded primarily by States Parties, it also receives voluntary contributions from governments, international organisations, individuals, corporations and other entities.
The international community has long aspired to the creation of a permanent international court, and, in the 20th century, it reached consensus on definitions of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The Nuremberg and Tokyo trials addressed war crimes, crimes against peace, and crimes against humanity committed during the Second World War.

In the 1990s after the end of the Cold War, tribunals like the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda were the result of consensus that impunity is unacceptable. However, because they were established to try crimes committed only within a specific time-frame and during a specific conflict, there was general agreement that an independent, permanent criminal court was needed.

On 17 July 1998, the international community reached an historic milestone when 120 States adopted the Rome Statute, the legal basis for establishing the permanent International Criminal Court.
The Rome Statute entered into force on 1 July 2002 after ratification by 60 countries.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: http://www.icc-cpi.int/

16 January 2011

ORGANISATION OF THE ISLAMIC CONFERENCE (OIC)

About OIC
The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) is the second largest inter-governmental organization after the United Nations which has membership of 57 states spread over four continents. The Organization is the collective voice of the Muslim world and ensuring to safeguard and protect the interests of the Muslim world in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony among various people of the world. The Organization was established upon a decision of the historical summit which took place in Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco on 12th Rajab 1389 Hijra (25 September 1969) as a result of criminal arson of Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem.
In 1970 the first ever meeting of Islamic Conference of Foreign Minister (ICFM) was held in Jeddah which decided to establish a permanent secretariat in Jeddah headed by the organization’s secretary general. Prof Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu is the 9th Secretary General who assumed the office in January 2005 after being elected by the 31st ICFM.




The present Charter of the Organization was adopted by the Eleventh Islamic Summit held in Dakar on 13-14 March 2008 which laid down the objectives and principles of the organization and fundamental purposes to strengthen the solidarity and cooperation among the Member States. Over the last 40 years, the membership has grown from its founding members of 25 to 57 states. The Organization has the singular honor to galvanize the Ummah into a unified body and have actively represented the Muslims by espousing all causes close to the hearts of over 1.5 billion Muslims of the world. The Organization has consultative and cooperative relations with the UN and other inter-governmental organizations to protect the vital interests of the Muslims and to work for the settlement of conflicts and disputes involving Member States. In safeguarding the true values of Islam and the Muslims, the organization has taken various steps to remove misperceptions and have strongly advocated elimination of discrimination against the Muslims in all forms and manifestations.
The Member States of the OIC face many challenges in the 21st century and to address those challenges, the third extraordinary session of the Islamic Summit held in Makkah in December 2005, laid down the blue print called the Ten-Year Program of Action which envisages joint action of Member States, promotion of tolerance and moderation, modernization, extensive reforms in all spheres of activities including science and technology, education, trade enhancement, and emphasizes good governance and promotion of human rights in the Muslim world, especially with regard to rights of children, women and elderly and the family values enshrined by Islam.


Under the Charter, the Organization aims, inter alia, to:
  • Enhance and consolidate the bonds of fraternity and solidarity among the Member States;
  • Safeguard and protect the common interests and support the legitimate causes of the Member States and coordinate and unify the efforts of the Member States in view of the challenges faced by the Islamic world in particular and the international community in general;
  • Respect the right of self-determination and non-interference in the domestic affairs and to respect sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of each Member State;
  • Ensure active participation of the Member States in the global political, economic and social decision-making processes to secure their common interests;
  • Reaffirm its support for the rights of peoples as stipulated in the UN Charter and international law;
  • Strengthen intra-Islamic economic and trade cooperation; in order to achieve economic integration leading to the establishment of an Islamic Common Market;
  • Exert efforts to achieve sustainable and comprehensive human development and economic well-being in Member States;
  • Protect and defend the true image of Islam, to combat defamation of Islam and encourage dialogue among civilizations and religions;
  • Enhance and develop science and technology and encourage research and cooperation among Member States in these fields;
In order to realize these objectives, Member States shall act, inter alia, in accordance with the following principles:
  • All Member States commit themselves to the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter;
  • Member States are sovereign, independent and equal in rights and obligations;
  • All Member States shall settle their disputes through peaceful means and refrain from use or threat of use of force in their relations;
  • All Member States undertake to respect national sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of other Member States and shall refrain from interfering in the internal affairs of others;
  • Member States shall uphold and promote, at the national and international levels, good governance, democracy, human rights and fundamental freedoms, and the rule of law.

~FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OIC WEBSITE:
http://www.oic-oci.org/

15 January 2011

INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE..


The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations (UN). It was established in June 1945 by the Charter of the United Nations and began work in April 1946.
The seat of the Court is at the Peace Palace in The Hague (Netherlands). Of the six principal organs of the United Nations, it is the only one not located in New York (United States of America).
The Court’s role is to settle, in accordance with international law, legal disputes submitted to it by States and to give advisory opinions on legal questions referred to it by authorized United Nations organs and specialized agencies.
The Court is composed of 15 judges, who are elected for terms of office of nine years by the United Nations General Assembly and the Security Council. It is assisted by a Registry, its administrative organ. Its official languages are English and French.

Jurisdiction:

The International Court of Justice acts as a world court. The Court has a dual jurisdiction : it decides, in accordance with international law, disputes of a legal nature that are submitted to it by States (jurisdiction in contentious cases); and it gives advisory opinions on legal questions at the request of the organs of the United Nations or specialized agencies authorized to make such a request (advisory jurisdiction)
Cases:
The Court has a twofold role: to settle, in accordance with international law, legal disputes submitted to it by States (Contentious cases ) and to give advisory opinions (Advisory proceedings) on legal questions referred to it by duly authorized United Nations organs and specialized agencies.
In Contentious proceedings, when a dispute is brought before the Court by a unilateral application filed by one State against another State, the names of parties in the official title of the case are separated by the abbreviation v. for the Latin versus (e.g., Cameroonv. Nigeria). When a dispute is submitted to the Court on the basis of a special agreement between two States, the names of the parties are separated by an oblique stroke (e.g., Indonesia/Malaysia).
The first case entered in the General List of the Court (Corfu Channel (United Kingdom v. Albania)) was submitted on 22 May 1947.
From 22 May 1947 to 14 January 2011, 150 cases were entered in the General List. 


*FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT ICJ'S WEBSITE:
http://www.icj-cij.org/

11 January 2011

Pindaan perlu perkenan sultan??? 
What an open verdict means???

OPENING AIKOL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP (AFC'11)

Date: 10th January 2011
Venue: Moot Court,Aikol

* the games will be played at Mahallah Ali field.Only the final match and closing ceremony will be held at IIUM Stadium.
~some of the pictures. Enjoy.

~AFC 2011~
now begin....


~our VIP, Dr Haniff with bro. Izzat and AFC's mainboard.


  







~multimedia presentation.

*we hope that all players will take a good care of  their health due to raining season. play but don't forget about your study (especially those who have tutorial, don't 'tuang' your tutorial as well as solat,as what
Dr. Haniff said in his speech). play with gaming spirit but not just for victory alone. take this opportunity to strengthen our brotherhood. Ukuwaah fillah.

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