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Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin

Senior Law Lecturer, Programme Director for Master of Laws programmes and CIRI Chief Project Officer at Taylor's University

Subang Jaya, Malaysia

Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin currently serves as a Senior Law Lecturer, Programme Director for Master of Laws programmes, Chief Project Officer for Centre of Industrial Revolution and Innovation (CIRI) and Innovation Strategist at Taylor’s University. Throughout her 8-year stint as a law lecturer, she has published 5 book chapters, 13 journal articles, made 12 paper presentations and presented in various seminars, workshops and conferences. Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin is also a professional trainer certified by Human Resource Development Fund (HRDF).

She also hold various positions such as Paper Reviewer for Education + Training|Emerald Insight, Paper Reviewer and Stream Coordinator for International Conference on Human Capital 2018, Paper Reviewer for Teaching and Learning Conference (TTLC) 2020 and 2019. She has variety of experiences holding positions as Deputy Chairperson and Conference Secretariat for ICFLP 2019 Conference, Committee Member of Paper and Publication Committee for TTLC 2020, Committee Member for QS Taskforce 2020, Academic Integrity Officer, Internal Auditor, External Examiner, External Reviewer, Newsletter Editor-in-Chief, Programme Leader for KDU-Oxford Brookes University (UK) programme, Panel Member for Full-Fee Scholarship for University of Tasmania (Australia), Committee Member of CRELDA journal, Content Creator for Marketing in Asia, Consultant for companies specializing in Artificial Intelligence. Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin has also served as a Visiting Scholar at University of Reading and University of Leeds in 2020.

She was also a keynote speaker at an International Conference, became a Panellist/Speaker for 40 local and international conferences, webinars, summit and workshops. She has also served as a moderator for local and international events. She has appeared in presentations alongside the former Chief Justice of Malaysia, Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima Richard Malanjum and also Court of Appeal Judge, YA Dato Lee Swee Seng. She is the first law lecturer at Taylor’s Law School that managed to secure an international collaboration with the United Nations Conference in Trade and Development (UNCTAD).

She has also received numerous awards and accolades for revolutionising teaching and learning techniques to teach law. In 2017, she was awarded with Exemplary Meritorious Award Staff (EMAS) being the first law lecturer in Taylor’s Law School to be awarded with such award. In 2018, she was awarded with a Gold Award and Most Innovative Award from University of Malaya for redesigning the formative assessment for English Land Law. In 2019, she was a recipient of Gold Award for teaching law using AR, NLP and also Gamification. In 2020, she was again became a recipient of EMAS Award from Taylor’s University for her new teaching innovation. Her new innovation has been shortlisted in the Top 12% of innovators around the globe and Top 5 in the Learning Assessment category for the Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards 2020, known as the “Oscars of Education”.

Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin was also awarded with "President's Award for Transformative Teaching and Learning” being the highest award conferred by the President of Taylor’s University. She is the pioneer in teaching law using AR and Gamification in Malaysia. She is active in sharing her insights, knowledge and experience with other educators around the world such as in United Kingdom, Germany, Amsterdam, Portugal, Singapore, Peru, India, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia. She has made a presentation on gamification to the academics from Public and Private Higher Education Institutions organized by Game Development Council of Malaysia and Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia (Academic Excellence Division). In 2020, she was recognized as ‘MIA 70 Rising Personalities on LinkedIn in Malaysia in 2020’ by Marketing in Asia. In 2021, she became the recipient of ‘Taylor’s Distinguished E-Learning Educator Award’, the highest recognition for outstanding academic staff who excel in and promote e-learning across the university and beyond to transform students’ learning experience and outcomes. Her teaching and learning innovation, ‘LAWleyPop’ app, also received a award in the “Outstanding Mobile App” category in the International University Carnival on E-Learning 2021.

Available For: Advising, Authoring, Consulting, Influencing, Speaking
Travels From: Subang Jaya, Selangor (Malaysia)
Speaking Topics: Thought Leadership | Youth Empowerment | Legal Education | EduTech | Augmented Reality | Neuro Linguistic Programming | Gamification

Speaking Fee $500

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Women Empowerment Series : Puteri Sofia
July 17, 2021
Episode 2 : Modelling The Best Pursuit of Virtual Teaching
July 17, 2021

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Company Information

Company Type: Company
Last Media Interview: 07/16/2021

Areas of Expertise

AR/VR 33.28
Business Continuity 31.07
Business Strategy 30.14
Change Management 30.05
COVID19 34.05
Customer Experience
Digital Disruption 30.76
Digital Transformation 30.19
Ecosystems 30.81
Edtech 44.29
Emerging Technology 30.56
Future of Work 33.64
Health and Safety 34.44
Health and Wellness 30.30
Healthtech 30.73
Innovation 32.44
Leadership 31.02
Open Innovation 31.13
Privacy 30.71
Social 31.38

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Publications

1 Academic Award
Second Place for Best Paper Award for “Perspectives of Privacy in the Context of Social Media and the Rule of Law: An Analysis of Malaysian and UK Consumers”
5th International SEARCH Conference
May 18, 2017

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Tags: Privacy

6 Article/Blogs
State Of Emergency Has Been Declared: What Can Be Done To Enhance Virtual Education In Malaysia
Marketing in Asia
January 12, 2021

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Tags: Edtech

3 Tips On How To Make Your Virtual Lectures Interesting
Marketing in Asia
October 12, 2020

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Tags: Edtech

Strategies To Enhance Virtual Legal Education
Marketing in Asia
October 03, 2020

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Tags: Innovation

Achieving Success: Using 7 Essential Ingredients
Marketing in Asia
September 28, 2020

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Tags: Edtech

Gamifying Economic Stimulus Packages To Spur Growth Of SMEs
Marketing in Asia
September 18, 2020

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Tags: Digital Disruption, Innovation

4 Starting Points To Make Work-From-Home Effective
Marketing in Asia
August 28, 2020

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Tags: COVID19, Future of Work, Leadership

1 Conference Publication
Gamifying Virtual Delivery of Law Modules using LAWleyPop app
IUCEL 2021
June 15, 2021
In today’s world, technology has drastically changed the way students learn. Traditional learning techniques such as listening and taking notes in the classroom, memorize and regurgitate information in the examinations have gradually given way to more modern learning strategies. Over the years, higher education institutions have experienced a technology change to improve learning. As of March 2020, the entire higher education ecosystem embraced virtual teaching and learning as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. LAWleyPop app was developed as a response to the ad hoc shift in the virtual learning faced by the law students. LAWleyPop includes element of gamification to boost learner engagement and learning retention, providing more rich and structured learning experiences to the students albeit virtually. The innovative project of developing LAWleyPop app involves a collaboration between two schools namely Taylor’s Law School and The Design School at Taylor’s University.

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Tags: Edtech, Innovation

14 Journal Publications
Transforming Legal Education Teaching and Learning: The Remote Communication Technology
Lexis Nexis
May 01, 2021
The traditional one-way lecturing will soon become a fading fashion in the
higher education sector, thanks to the innovation of the Industrial Revolution
4.0 and now, with the social distancing rules due to COVID-19 pandemic.The
higher learning institutions must embrace technology in their methods of
teaching and learning and the law schools are no exception. The in-person
face-to-face teaching of law must be innovated with the online learning either
by live lectures or pre-recorded lectures, depending on the creativity of the
lecturers who should have the autonomy to adopt various interactive contents
to engage with the students regardless of their locations, provided that these
students have a good internet connectivity. Undeniably, this method will
provide the students with opportunity to learn law at their own pace, viewing
the pre-recorded lectures as many times as they want until they have fully
grasped on the content covered.

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Tags: Edtech

Transforming Legal Education In The Era Of Fourth Industrial Revolution
Lexis Nexis
May 01, 2021
The recent technological advances trigger the emergence of the Fourth Industry Revolution (IR4.0) which is very dynamic and progressive to the extent most of the major industries in the world have no option left but to transform the industry accordingly in order to adapt to the changes in the IR4.0 era. Hence, this article
aims at exploring how the legal education offered at higher learning institutes can be transformed to be in line with the IR4.0 in an efficient manner but without compromising the quality. Tertiary education system should catch up with this progress to ensure that modern legal education would be fully modified and
concurrent with it. Currently, there is a significant delay in transforming legal educational services offered at universities, colleges and other higher learning institutes with regard to fields of study, subjects offered, teaching and assessment methods, among others. Despite the fact that it is complex, for the time being, to
transform the legal education to be in line with the IR4.0, it will benefit the society unprecedentedly for a long run as it is the ‘game changer’ of this era.

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Tags: Edtech

Company COVID19 Vaccination: Whether Employee’s Refusal Justifies Termination
Lexis Nexis
May 01, 2021
As there is no law mandating the vaccination, the issue arises as to whether the employer can force their employees to be vaccinated before allowing them to return to work or as soon as the vaccination for them is made available; and whether refusal by the employee to comply with the management request for vaccination can be a basis for the termination from employment. Recently, the Inspector-General of Police (‘IGP’) had said that the police officers who refuses to take the Covid-19 vaccine will be asked to resign.1 The question will then arise whether such a departure was voluntary resignation or a dismissal from employment. It is important to consider whether the employee’s refusal to comply with the management’s request was based on legitimate reasons. Hence, this article discusses the above issues with reference to workers in the private sector. At this juncture, it is noteworthy that an employee’s right to decline vaccination need to be balanced against the employer’s obligation to provide a safe and healthy work environment. In this regard, workers who refuses vaccination otherwise than the pre-existing medical conditions could potentially risk others at the workplace of this disease and hence, undermining the employer’s workplace safety and health obligation.

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Tags: Health and Safety

Self-regulated Lifelong Learning in Law Using LinkedIn
International Journal of Curriculum and Instruction
May 01, 2021
In tertiary legal education, self-regulated learning is demonstrated through active goaldirected, self-control of behaviour, motivation, and cognition for assessment tasks by an
individual learner. Self-regulated learning involves a recursive cycle, involving three phases:
forethought, performance and reflection. Through the creation of LinkedIn undergraduate eprofiles through the assessed task, the students are trained to be self-regulated learners. The
effectiveness of LinkedIn in achieving the aim of self-regulated learning will be evaluated and
demonstrated. In addition, professional networks help educate students who hold uninformed
views of the workforce they are about to join. Networking is an essential part of building
capital, and online social media tools, such as LinkedIn, is a suitable resource. This paper
shows one innovative method for encouraging law students to be self-regulated learner in
shaping their presence in the professional world by using LinkedIn. Their profiles with the
necessary skills will be their foundation to venture into the real legal world.

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Tags: Future of Work

University Legal Learning Spaces Effectiveness in Developing Employability Skills of Future Law Graduate
Malaysian Journal of Learning and Instruction:
May 01, 2021
Over the past few decades, law faculties have received criticisms that many law graduates are unable to perform competently at the workplace (Batt, 2015; Trail & Underwood, 1996). Although law faculties emphasise ‘holistic learners’ and ‘practice-ready’ graduates, they continue to face the fundamental question on how law faculties address the ‘graduate skills gap’ so that law students enter the employment market as competent lawyers. On the one hand, we have the argument that law schools overemphasise knowledge and mastery of the technical aspects of legal rules (Gurpur & Rautdesai, 2014). On the other hand, there is the argument that legal education
should develop more than students’ interpretative skills and instead familiarise them with meaningful engagements in practice (Babcan & Babcan, 2015; Rubenson, 2005). Despite this debate, there is a lack of consistency in how educational establishments address the issue of providing appropriate legal learning and the necessary learning space to address the graduate skills gap. Many universities do not integrate skills and practice in a way which allows law students to understand and prepare themselves to meet employers and clients’ needs.

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Tags: Future of Work

Legal Education in Malaysia: Paradigm Shift in the Era of Fourth Industrial Revolution
CLJ Publication
July 01, 2020
Accordingly, it is imperative for Higher Education Providers to consider the future of the legal education whether remaining status quo would be sufficient for the future law graduates or whether a transformation in the legal education is needed in order to ride along the waves of the IR4.0 and stay relevant to the industry. The ensuing discussion in the following discourses proposes a well-designed online legal education model that would be practical and functional for any university, college and any other higher learning institute in transforming legal education to be in line with in the IR4.0.

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Tags: Edtech

Learning Law using Augmented Reality and Neuro-Linguistic Programming
IGI Global
November 18, 2019
In the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4 IR), there are various legal tasks that are becoming
increasingly automated, and hence, it is no longer sufficient for law students to only know the law.
Today’s law graduates have to be equipped with skills that can future-proof their careers from automation; hence, the onus is on education providers to embed those skills in the curriculum. In an attempt to
address the identified skills gap and better enable graduate work readiness, augmented reality (AR) and
neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) have been introduced into a law module at Taylor’s University to
encourage first-year law students to learn law using AR and utilise NLP techniques to deliver a human
element through digital learning. Through the interpretation of students’ feedback from a module survey,
this chapter aims to understand student learning experience on the role of AR and NLP in facilitating
and enhancing their legal studies and preparing the graduate more effectively for the workplace.

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Tags: Edtech

Redesigning Formative Assessments for Land Law using AR
ADeC
November 18, 2019
A qualitative survey was conducted in exploring students’ experience in learning English Land Law. The results of the survey have shown that students need to ‘see’ the law instead of ‘hear’ the law in order to be able to grasp a solid understanding of English land law. The assessment for English Land Law was altered to include Augmented Reality (AR) as part of the formative assessment. By incorporating AR learning in the classroom, it can make the students to become more curious, engaged and interested to learn land law. Students were also provided with an opportunity to familiarise with the use of technology in learning land law.

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Tags: Edtech

UNIVERSITY LEGAL LEARNING SPACES EFFECTIVENESS IN DEVELOPING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS OF FUTURE LAW GRADUATES
Malaysian Journal of Learning and Instruction
July 01, 2019
Over the past few decades, law faculties have received criticisms that many law graduates are unable to perform competently at the workplace (Batt, 2015; Trail & Underwood, 1996). Although law faculties emphasise ‘holistic learners’ and ‘practice-ready’ graduates, they continue to face the fundamental question on how law faculties address the ‘graduate skills gap’ so that law students enter the employment market as competent lawyers. On the one hand, we have the argument that law schools overemphasise knowledge and mastery of the technical aspects of legal rules (Gurpur & Rautdesai, 2014). On the other hand, there is the argument that legal education
should develop more than students’ interpretative skills and instead familiarise them with meaningful engagements in practice (Babcan & Babcan, 2015; Rubenson, 2005). Despite this debate, there is a lack of consistency in how educational establishments address the issue of providing appropriate legal learning and the necessary learning space to address the graduate skills gap. Many universities do not integrate skills and practice in a way which allows law students to understand and prepare themselves to meet employers and clients’ needs.

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Tags: Future of Work

This Case Theory Law School: The Conundrum of Teaching or Having Impact?
e – Academia Special Issue GraCe
September 03, 2018
“This Case Theory” is a study conducted to address the current conundrum faced by the law School in
Malaysia. The dilemma lies with the new role and expectation of Modern Universities in the 21st century.
It is whether we are “Doing” or Having Impact?” The debate of whether law school are merely doing a
law program? or have the law school succeeded to equipped potential law graduates with all the right
practical skills have been a continuous and ongoing for decades. Are law school doing it right? Yes, No
and Why? It is a Yes because law school’s module has undergone several reappraisal stages and “rebranding” of their teaching methods and its modules to stay relevant to the legal industry in Malaysia. The desire to “keep up” thus far is evidenced by three main methods adopted by law school. Simulations, Role play, and attachment program during semester break are common methods adopted by all the law school in Malaysia. This paper proposes three (3) effective teaching methods on final year’s subjects combining technological apps complimenting the present teaching method for theory using traditional pedagogy. The case theory also processes the content of the simulation are the key factor in making an impact in the legal industry. Thus we have designed our traditional pedagogy and adopted recent development in teaching pedagogy through augmented reality concept. The conclusion of the paper proposed that Conceptual Traditional teaching need to be translated to the legal industry needs via real simulation the best impacts to legal education translates all the legal theories to practicum skills to address the legal market needs.

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Tags: Open Innovation

Social Media Privacy And The Law: Perspectives From Malaysian And Uk Consumers
SEARCH Journal
July 02, 2018
The aims of this study are two-fold: firstly to investigate the perspectives of individuals from Malaysia and the UK to understand their views of responsibility and areas of concern about social media in the context of their respective countries and secondly, to examine the role that the law has to play in protecting an individual within the context of social media privacy and the disclosure of personal information. The methodology employed was a convenience sample and google survey with 164 social media users in Malaysia and the UK with supporting evidence provided by follow up interviews with 20 individuals to explore themes that emerge from the quantitative research. The study reveals that the robustness of the law concerning consumer privacy differs between Malaysia and the UK with Malaysia having one Act and the UK having two Acts.

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Tags: Digital Disruption, Digital Transformation

The deregulation dilemma: Insight into perspectives of the taxi industry in Malaysia
The Law Review
September 12, 2017
The aims of this research are two-fold, firstly to examine perceptions of the taxi industry in Malaysia, comparing perspectives of conventional taxi providers with ride-sharing service providers Uber and GrabCar, and secondly to understand perceptions of the deregulation/regulation debate facing the
industry. The background to this research is one where ride-sharing services provided by Uber and GrabCar have created an environment where consumers are presented with more choice, convenience and value for money but has raised issues concerning whether such providers should be regulated in the
same manner as conventional taxis. Following the recent decision to regulate the industry, subjecting ride-sharing services to the same rules as conventional taxi drivers, this research, using 93 responses from an electronic survey, reveals that the majority of consumers welcome the competitive impact of Uber and GrabCar but were less agreeable when it came to deregulating the industry. Respondents were cautious over whether there should be regulation or deregulation specifically around the issue of whether the industry can be controlled to ensure passenger safety without compromising competitive pricing and competition. These initial findings should prove useful to identified stakeholders, namely consumers, taxi providers and legislators.

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Tags: Digital Disruption, Ecosystems, Social

Aspirations of a Young Law School: Process, Content and Directions
The Law Review 2
July 03, 2017
This article invites a pause, and an overall reflection on the role and purpose of a Law School in contributing to the types of lawyers, and law, and so types of justice, which prevails in a community. The main focus is the Law School, law teachers and law students and how these three components contribute to the discipline and practice of law. In particular, how the learning and practice of law benefits the social life of the community as a whole. The specific context selected in this article is teaching in Law School, primarily to first and second year undergraduate students. The daily challenges are highlighted, and throughout the article, you are invited to consider and assess whether these built-in routines or activities are useful and functioning well for the purpose of educating undergraduates to take on their roles as leaders in the legal arena, and to contribute to, and benefit society, in years to come. The wider contexts raised above are outside the scope of this article, although some aspects of the function of law as a whole within society, are referred to, to remind us of the need for regular checks to ensure alignment between the direction and aspirations of the Law School, and current teaching/learning activities; with the end purpose of nurturing young lawyers who contribute to society.

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Tags: Open Innovation

The Impact of Globalization on Islamic Law in Malaysia
CREALDA
September 05, 2016
The implementation of Islamic law in Malaysia has many times been questioned and challenged. The Islamic authorities and scholars are not only faced with criticisms with regards to its implementation and enforcement locally but also internationally. There are two clear examples whereby the implementation of Islamic law through Shariah court has been negatively criticized by the public namely the case of Lina Joy and the recent case of Indira Gandhi. It is pointed out that globalization has played a major role in causing an uproar relating to Islamic law in a secular state. The purpose of this paper is to understand the relationship between globalization and Malaysia. In doing so, the paper will highlight the consequences of globalization focusing on the issues of migration, education, culture and human rights groups. This paper will highlight that these issues (amongst many) are the cause of tension between the non-muslims and the Islamic authorities. By understanding the root of the problem, this paper will seek to propose solutions in clearing the negative perceptions on Islamic law.

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Tags: Digital Disruption, Social

2 Keynotes
Stability through VUCA Paradigms - Renovation of Business and Economy
School of Management Centurion University of Technology and Management-Odisha, India
August 12, 2020

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Tags: Leadership

International conference on Recent Developments in Commerce and Business in the RUPT World
Garden City University, India
July 22, 2020

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Tags: Leadership

1 Media Interview
Get To Know Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin, Senior Law Lecturer & CIRI Chief Projects Officer At Taylor’s University
Marketing in Asia
November 09, 2020
Where nearly every aspect of the industry is being disrupted by the current technological revolution, it has rendered certain skills that were relevant in the past, irrelevant for the future. Digital transformation is no longer a choice. Recognising the need for legal skills to constantly be up to date, Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin ensures that she is proactive in innovating her teaching methods to equip her students with skills for the technology-enhanced future world of work.

Armed with her V.I.C.T.O.R.Y. Springboard, Senior Law Lecturer, Programme Director and Chief Projects Officer for CIR⁴I, Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin is relentless in her pursuit of her dreams and passion in her personal and professional spheres. She believes that the V.I.C.T.O.R.Y. springboard: Vision, Inspiration, Creating own opportunities, ability to Trust, being Optimistic, Resilient and Yearning to excel, would serve an impetus to propel anyone towards the direction of their dreams, or to endure challenging times. I managed to get hold of her for a few hours to get more of these out of her.

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Tags: Edtech, Future of Work

5 Panels
GC Talks: Is Chilvary Dead? Balancing Gender Roles in Modern Times
Gentlemen Code Magazine
March 19, 2021

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Tags: Leadership

Teaching Online: Best Practices to Engage Students Virtually
INKNOE, Singapore
September 18, 2020

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Tags: Edtech

Transitioning Change
DISCOVERERS CIRCLES
September 08, 2020

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Tags: Leadership

Confronting the Camera for Lawyers
Messrs Choo Dee Wei
July 11, 2020

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Tags: Change Management, Leadership

Moving Forward with 4Cs: The Future of Education and New Opportunities Post COVID-19
Victor Andres Belaunde Institute, Peru
April 20, 2020

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Tags: Innovation

3 Podcasts
Gamifying Virtual Delivery of Law Modules using LAWleyPop app
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June 13, 2021

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Tags: Edtech

I got surprised by my students
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June 04, 2021

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Tags: Edtech

Camp Politik - Civic Matters!
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May 22, 2021

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Tags: Edtech

11 Speaker Awards
Outstanding Mobile App Award 2021 “LAWleyPop app”
IUCEL 2021
June 15, 2021

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Tags: Edtech

Gold Award for “Gamifying Virtual Delivery of Law Modules using LAWleyPop app”
IUCEL 2021
June 15, 2021

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Tags: Edtech

Taylor’s Distinguished E-learning Educator Award
Centre of Future Learning, Taylor’s University
April 27, 2021

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Tags: Edtech

Shortlisted in the Top 12% of innovators around the globe and Top 5 in the Learning Assessment category
Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards 2020
December 02, 2020

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Recipient of Exemplary Meritorious Award Staff 2020
Centre of Future Learning, Taylor’s University
September 24, 2020

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Gold Award for ‘Inspiring Legal Innovations Interest Amongst Law Students through Gamification in Sustaining Futures for Lawyers’
IUCEL 2019
August 21, 2019

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Tags: Innovation

President’s Award for Transformational Teaching and Learning 2018
Taylor's University
November 23, 2018

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Tags: Innovation

Gold Medal for ‘Closing the Humanization Gap: The Interplay of AI, AR and NLP in studying Legal Skills and Methods module’
IUCEL 2018
September 12, 2018

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Tags: Innovation

‘Most Innovative Award’ for ‘Redesigning Formative Assessments for Land Law’
RAHoLE Conference 2017 organized by University of Malaya and Ministry of Higher Education.
November 20, 2017

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Tags: Innovation

Gold Medal for ‘Redesigning Formative Assessments for Land Law’
RAHoLE Conference 2017 organized by University of Malaya and Ministry of Higher Education.
November 20, 2017

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Tags: Edtech

Recipient of Exemplary Meritorious Award Staff 2017
TED, Taylors University
July 10, 2017

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20 Speaking Engagements
Gamifying Virtual Delivery of Law Modules using LAWleyPop app
IUCEL 2021
June 15, 2021
In today’s world, technology has drastically changed the way students learn. Traditional learning techniques such as listening and taking notes in the classroom, memorize and regurgitate information in the examinations have gradually given way to more modern learning strategies. Over the years, higher education institutions have experienced a technology change to improve learning. As of March 2020, the entire higher education ecosystem embraced virtual teaching and learning as a result of COVID-19 pandemic. LAWleyPop app was developed as a response to the ad hoc shift in the virtual learning faced by the law students. LAWleyPop includes element of gamification to boost learner engagement and learning retention, providing more rich and structured learning experiences to the students albeit virtually. The innovative project of developing LAWleyPop app involves a collaboration between two schools namely Taylor’s Law School and The Design School at Taylor’s University.

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Tags: Edtech, Emerging Technology, Innovation

Interactive Virtual Learning using ClassPoint
IUCEL 2021
June 15, 2021
On 18th March 2021, all new tertiary students embarked on the biggest leap in the history of education where all teaching and learning had to take place in a borderless environment. The new journey to the remote learning raised trepidation amongst the law students particularly the new students entering their first day of university life on an online platform. Lecturers have shared their struggles to teach virtually due to various constraints such as students not switching on their webcam, students are not motivated to learn online, difficulties to teach critical and analytical skills, no engagement or interactivity in online classes to name a few. Hence the authors for this project had adopted the use of ClassPoint as an initiative to innovate the delivery of law modules in online classes.

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Tags: Edtech, Emerging Technology, Innovation

Food Act, Food Security
University Malaya
December 29, 2020

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Tags: Health and Safety

Transforming Education: Teaching using AR, Gamification and NLP
OEB Berlin
December 04, 2020

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Tags: Edtech

Staying Ahead: Shaping the Future of Business
The Biznes Mindfield
November 21, 2020

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Tags: Business Continuity, Business Strategy, Leadership

COVID19 pandemic: Law Students Adapting to the New Normal
ALSA Malaysia
October 31, 2020

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Tags: Future of Work

ClassPoint as an Engagement Tool in Borderless Learning Amongst Law Students, Taylor's Teaching and Learning e-Conference 2020
TTLC 2020
October 15, 2020

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Tags: Edtech, Innovation

Law is not boring
RealFun Teaching Centre, Sarawak
October 01, 2020

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Tags: Future of Work

Reaping from the Pandemic: Instilling Collaboration Skills using Augmented Reality Legal Assessment in times of lockdown,
Business, Law and Management at the Post-Pandemic Era: An International e-Conference
July 11, 2020

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Tags: Edtech, Innovation

Moving Forward in Learners Space
Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science, India
April 07, 2020

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Tags: Innovation

Gamification as a tool to develop law students' soft skills
ICFLP 2019
October 15, 2019

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Tags: Innovation

Transforming the legal education in the era of IR4. 0
ICFLP 2019
October 15, 2019

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Tags: Future of Work

Preparing a legal profession fit for the 4th industrial revolution: insight and reflections on legal practice in Malaysia
ICFLP 2019
October 15, 2019

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Tags: Future of Work

INSPIRING LEGAL INNOVATIONS INTEREST AMONGST LAW STUDENTS THROUGH GAMIFICATION IN SUSTAINING FUTURES FOR LAWYERS
IUCEL 2019
August 21, 2019

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Extinction of Lawyers in the Age of Automation: Preparing law students with Neuro-Linguistic Programming techniques to survive the Fourth Industrial Revolution,
International Conference on Human Capital
November 28, 2018

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Tags: Edtech, Future of Work

Developing Future Workforce Skills Among Millennial Learners Using Augmented Reality in Higher Education
International Conference on Human Capital
November 28, 2018

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Tags: AR/VR, Edtech, Future of Work

Empowering Learning space with Augmented Reality (AR) Applications A new immersive teaching & learning paradigm
TTLC 2018
September 22, 2018

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Tags: AR/VR, Edtech

Preparing future ready law graduates for employment: Analysing the role of university legal learning spaces,
TTLC 2018
September 22, 2018

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Tags: Future of Work

Augmented Reality Learning: The Way Forward to Learn UK Land Law
IUCEL 2017
September 25, 2017

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Tags: AR/VR, Edtech

Social media privacy and the law: Perspectives from Malaysian and UK consumers
TTLC 2017
May 18, 2017

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Tags: Privacy

1 Training
Getting Out Self-Sufficiency Trap
Thomvell International
July 27, 2020

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Tags: Leadership

7 Webinars
Legal Career in a Post-Pandemic World: What Our Graduates Should Know
Clue to the Zoo
July 18, 2021

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Tags: Future of Work

Episode 2 : [Puteri Sofia Amirnuddin] Modelling Best Practices in Pursuit of 21st Century Virtual Teaching
SNRspeaks
July 17, 2021

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Tags: Edtech, Future of Work

CIVIC MATTERS!
Parliwomen
May 22, 2021

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Tags: Future of Work, Leadership

The Road Less Taken
Malaysian Medic International
April 24, 2021

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Tags: COVID19, Health and Wellness, Healthtech

Online Learning in the New Norm
Standard Chartered Bank
April 24, 2021

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Tags: COVID19, Emerging Technology

The New Normal in Tourism and Hospitality: Challenges and Opportunities
University of Santo Tomas, Philippines
April 23, 2020

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Tags: Future of Work, Innovation

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Future of Legal Education

Location: Virtual    Date Available: November 06th, 2021    Fees: 500

Submission Date: July 16th, 2021    Service Type: Service Offered

The pandemic and its subsequent challenges have had a profound impact on the legal career. What are the challenges faced by law firm during the pandemic and what does this means for our law graduates? What are the roles of the universities in preparing our law graduates for this challenging time? How the job market looks like for our law graduates, what are the qualities law firms are looking for for new hires and
what are the career tips for our future graduates and young lawyer?

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