Amidst the fast paced development projects in Malaysia, Malaysians must be mindful of the environment and ensure that development projects are sustainable thus causing the least impact to the environment. Our team of lawyers are committed to the conservation and protection of the environment and animals alike to ensure that they do not become casualties in Malaysia’s pursuit of development.
- Advising clients on sustainable development and environmental impact assessment reports
- Advising on conservation and preservation of the environment and animals
- Advising and assisting TRAFFIC Southeast Asia in the Better Chance for Tigers project, including providing a legislative review on the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010 and International Trade in Endangered Species Act 2008.
- Conducting a watching brief for TRAFFIC Southeast Asia in a criminal prosecution involving an accused person charged under Section 68 of the Wildlife Conservation Act 2010 for possession of a tiger carcass, also as part of the Better Chance for Tigers project.
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