About ICM
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Objectives

To establish a society of judges, lawyers, jurists and legal academia (hereinafter referred to as “members”) to foster fellowship, fraternity, goodwill, networking and cooperation

To create opportunities and joint collaboration with other institutions to organise events, training, and programs for significant educational experiences, and development of legal skills to improve and enhance the abilities of its members

To develop strategic alliances with international law-related communities, organisations and international links for the promotion of legal development

To promote excellence in legal advocacy and to foster greater understanding and appreciation of Malaysian law, with particular emphasis on ethics, civility, professionalism and legal skills

To promote interaction and collegiality among all legal professionals in order to minimise misapprehensions, misconceptions and failures of communication that obstruct the effective practice of law

To facilitate the development and mentoring of law students, recent law school graduates and less experienced lawyers as skilled participants in the Malaysian court system

To preserve and transmit ethical values from one generation of legal professionals to the next

To develop a culture of life-long learning of professional and legal educational development

To build upon the strengths of the common law and the English Inns of Court together with Malaysian law and to renew and inspire joy and zest in legal advocacy as a service worthy of constant effort and learning

To establish an educational fund for deserving law students

To represent, protect and assist members and to promote in any proper manner the interests of the members

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