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Judicial Commissioner

  • Appointment Judicial Commissinoners 1 September 2020

    Congratulations to Judicial Commissioner appointed. The name are as follows:

    Judicial Commissioner

    1. The Hon. Tuan Su Tiang Joo
  • Appointment Superior Court Judges 1 April 2021

    Congratulations to newly appointed Court of Appeal Judges and Judicial Commissioners.  

    Court of Appeal Judge

    1. The Hon. Dato' Haji Ghazali bin Haji Cha
    2. The Hon. Dato' Ahmad Zaidi bin Ibrahim
    3. The Hon. Dato' Sri Mariana binti Haji Yahya
    4. The Hon. Datuk See Mee Chun
    5. The Hon. Dato' Hashim bin Hamzah

    Judicial Commissioner

    1. The Hon. Puan Amelati Anak Parnell
    2. The Hon. Puan Norliza binti Othman
    3. The Hon. Tuan Hasbullah bin Adam
    4. The Hon. Dato’ Sri Shamsulbahri bin Haji Ibrahim
    5. The Hon. Tuan Roslan bin Mat Nor
    6. The Hon. Puan Julia binti Ibrahim
    7. The Hon. Dato’ Mohd Arief Emran bin Arifin
    8. The Hon. Dr. John Lee Kien How @ Mohd Johan Lee
    9. The Hon. Puan Adlin binti Abdul Majid
  • Appointment Superior Court Judges 21 Mei 2021

    Congratulations to newly appointed Judicial Commissioners.  

    Judicial Commissioner

    1. The Hon. Datuk Mohamad Abazafree bin Mohd Abbas
  • Evaluation Criteria

    1. These recommended Evaluation Criteria are grounded on the consideration that the public interest in improving the quality of our judicial system is best served by merit selection of judges and judicial commissioners.

    2. The criteria are designed to ensure that nominees have the intellectual capacity, the efficiency and personal qualities which would enable them to resolve disputes impartially and decide solely upon the facts of the cases and the law. These criteria need to be rigorous, both in their articulation as well as in their application in the selection process.

    3. The Evaluation Criteria are to provide minimum criteria and the presence of each criterion may vary according to the specific appointment under consideration. The demands of the particular office may require a different emphasis: The skills for a trial judge and an appellate judge differ. This is so with the exception of integrity which importance cannot be overstated.

    4. The following are considered as the minimal essential qualities for successful performance of the judicial function:

    (i)   Integrity

    (ii)   Legal Knowledge and Ability

    (iii)   Professional Experience 

    (iv)   Judicial Temperament

    (v)   Diligence

    (vi)   Health

    (vii)   Financial Responsibility

    (viii)   Public Service

    (ix)   Views on Public Issues

    (x)   Desirable Special Qualities 

    5. Merit selection cannot rely solely on these criteria alone. The procedure to be employed is equally critical. Certainly a common information pool bearing on all candidates which the Judicial Appointments Commission can rely upon is indispensable.

  • Induction Programme for Judicial Commissioners 25 - 28 November 2019

    “Induction Programme for Judicial Commissioners” was held on 25th-28th November 2019 (Monday-Thursday) at the Secretary’s Office, Judicial Appointments Commission, Palace of Justice, Putrajaya. The objective of this programme is to expose the participants the scope and areas of work and best practices that must be followed when fulfilling their duties and responsibilities as Judicial Commissioners.

    This course was conducted in the form of lectures with a total of 16 topics presented by senior judges namely “Practical Approach to Judgment Writing and Importance of Language”; “Salient Features of the Rules of Court 2012”; “When to Recuse”; “Committal Proceedings”; “Adjudicating Cases and Reduction of Charges under Section 302 of the Penal Code”; “Dealings with Conflict and Unexpected Contentious Situations”; “Case Management in Civil and Criminal Cases”; “Adjudicating Cases under Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA)”; “Assessing the Credibility and Reliability of Evidence”; “Criminal Law: Evidence and Procedure”; “Judge Craft”; “E-Court System and Practical”; “Adjudicating Trafficking of Drugs Cases under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952”; “How to Read Statutes”; “Business of Judging: Practical Workshop”; dan “Salary, Allowance and Benefits for Judges”.

    A total of 15 candidates to be appointed as Judicial Commissioners have attended this course, namely YBhg. Datuk Haji Aslam bin Zainuddin, YBhg. Dato’ Norsharidah binti Awang, YBhg. Dato’ Rohana binti Abd Malek, YBhg. Dato’ Julie Lack, YBhg. Dato’ Fredrick Indran X.A. Nicholas, Encik Tee Geok Hock, Encik Wong Siong Tung, Encik Khairil Azmi bin Haji Mohamad Hasbie, Encik Leonard David Shim, Encik Nadzarin bin Wok Nordin, Encik George Varughese, Encik Quay Chew Soon, Encik Wong Hok Chong, Encik Atan Mustaffa Yussof Ahmad, and Encik Anand Ponnudurai.

  • Induction Programme For Judicial Commissioners, 20-27 March 2017

    The Course "Induction Program for Judicial Commissioners" were held 20-27 March 2017 at the Office of the Secretary of the Judicial Appointments Commission, Palace of Justice, Putrajaya. This course aims to expose the new Judicial Commissioners appointed on the job scope and best practices to be followed in carrying out its duties and responsibilities.

    A total of 14 Judicial Commissioners have followed this course. A total of 19 topics were be delivered by senior judges consisted of the President of the Court of Appeal, Chief Judge of The High Court in Malaya, Federal Court Judge and Judge of the Court of Appeal.

    Among the topics of the lectures are Judge Craft: The Making of a Good Judge, Pending Hearing and Sitting in Judgment; Case Management; How to Read Statute; Judgment Writing: The Important of Language; Practical Approach to Judgment Writing; Dealing with Conflict and Unexpected Contentious Situation; When to Recuse; Assessing the Credibility and Reliability of Evidence; Adjudicating Trafficking of Drug Cases Under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952; Adjudicating Cases Under Section 302 of the Penal Code; Criminal Law: Evidence and Procedure; An Overview to Court-Annexed Mediation; Salient Features of the Rules of Court 2012; e-Court System; and Salary, Allowances and Benefits for Judges.

  • Induction Programme For Judicial Commissioners, 26-30 March 2018

    “Induction Programme for Judicial Commissioners” was held on 26-30 March 2018 (Monday-Friday) at the Secretary’s Office, Judicial Appointments Commission, Palace of Justice, Putrajaya. The objective of this programme is to expose the candidates to be on the scope and the field of work as well as the best practices while undertaking their duties and responsibilities as Judicial Commissioners.

    This course was conducted in the form of lectures with a total of 18 topics presented by senior judges namely “The Making of a Good Judge”; “Judge Craft”; “Dealings with Conflict and Unexpected Contentious Situation”; “Business of Judging: Practical Workshop”; “When to Recuse”; “Assessing the Credibility and Reliability of Evidence”; “Practical Approach to Judgment Writing”; “How to Read Statute”; “Judgment Writing: Importance of Language”; “Adjudicating Cases under Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (SOSMA)”; Adjudicating Cases under Section 302 of the Penal Code”; “Criminal Law: Evidence and Procedure”; “Adjudicating Trafficking of Drugs Cases under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952”; “Case Management”; “Salient Features of the Rules of Court 2012”; “An Overview to Court-Annexed Mediation”; “E-Court System”; and “Salary, Allowance and Benefits for Judges”.

    A total of seven (7) candidates to be appointed as Judicial Commissioners have attended this course, namely YBhg. Dato’ Ahmad Fairuz bin Zainol, YBhg. Dato’ Mohd Radzi bin Harun, YBhg. Dato’ Hajah Aliza binti Sulaiman, YBhg. Datuk Meor Hashimi bin Abdul Hamid, YBrs. Puan Wong Chee Lin, YBrs. Encik Darryl Goon Siew Chye dan YBrs. Dr. Lim Hock Leng.

  • Judicial Commissioner

    Name Date of Appointments
    1. The Hon. Dato' Sri Latifah binti Haji Mohd Tahar
    2. The Hon. Dato' Amarjeet Singh a/l Serjit Singh
    3. The Hon. Tuan Awang Armadajaya bin Awang Mahmud
    4. The Hon. Datuk Duncan Sikodol
    5. The Hon. Tuan Muniandy a/l Kannyappan
    6. The Hon. Dr Shahnaz binti Sulaiman
    7. The Hon. Puan Evrol Mariette Peters
    8. The Hon. Tuan Christopher Chin Soo Yin
    9. The Hon. Tuan Ong Chee Kwan
    10. The Hon. Puan Maidzuara binti Mohammed
    11. The Hon. Tuan Mohd Radzi bin Abdul Hamid
    12. The Hon. Datuk Haji Aslam bin Zainuddin
    13. The Hon. Dato’ Norsharidah binti Áwang
    14. The Hon. Dato’ Julie Lack
    15. The Hon. Dato’ Fredrick Indran X.A. Nicholas
    16. The Hon. Tuan Wong Siong Tung
    17. The Hon. Tuan Khairil Azmi bin Haji Mohamad Hasbie
    18. The Hon. Tuan Leonard David Shim
    19. The Hon. Tuan Nadzarin bin Wok Nordin
    20. The Hon. Tuan George Varughese
    21. The Hon. Tuan Quay Chew Soon
    22. The Hon. Tuan Wong Hok Chong
    23. The Hon. Tuan Atan Mustaffa Yussof Ahmad
    24. The Hon. Tuan Anand Ponnudurai
    25. The Hon. Dato' Rohana binti Abd. Malek
    26. The Hon. Tuan Tee Geok Hock
    27. The Hon. Datuk Hajah Zaleha Rose binti Datuk Haji Pandin
    28. The Hon. Dato’ Azhar bin Abdul Hamid
    29. The Hon. Dr. Arik Sanusi bin Yeop Johari
    30. The Hon. Datuk Amirudin bin Abd Rahman
    31. The Hon. Puan Mahazan binti Mat Taib
    32. The Hon. Tuan Bhupindar Singh a/l Gurcharan Singh Preet
    33. The Hon. Puan Alice Loke Yee Ching
    34. The Hon. Tuan Ahmad Murad bin Abdul Aziz
    35. The Hon. Puan Liza Chan Sow Keng
    36. The Hon. Tuan Wan Muhammad Amin bin Wan Yahya
    37. The Hon. Tuan Alexander Siew How Wai
    38. The Hon. Puan Nurulhuda Nur’aini binti Mohamad Nor
    39. The Hon. Tuan Su Tiang Joo
    40. The Hon. Puan Amelati Anak Parnell
    41. The Hon. Puan Norliza binti Othman
    42. The Hon. Tuan Hasbullah bin Adam
    43. The Hon. Dato’ Sri Shamsulbahri bin Haji Ibrahim
    44. The Hon. Tuan Roslan bin Mat Nor
    45. The Hon. Puan Julia binti Ibrahim
    46. The Hon. Dato’ Mohd Arief Emran bin Arifin
    47. The Hon. Dr. John Lee Kien How @ Mohd Johan Lee
    48. The Hon. Puan Adlin binti Abdul Maji
    49. The Hon. Datuk Abazafree bin Mohd Abbas
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  • Picture Appointment on 28th of November 2019

    28 November 2019 | Palace of Justice, Putrajaya

    Swearing-in and Allegiance Ceremony of Judicial Commissioners

  • Picture Appointments September 2020

    01 Septermber 2020 | Palace of Justice, Putrajaya

    Swearing-in and Allegiance Ceremony of Judicial Commissioner

     

     

     

  • Picture Principles of Contractual Interpretation 16 - 17 February 2019

    16 - 17 February 2019 | Palace of Justice, Putrajaya

    "Principles of Contractual Interpretation" Course

     

  • Superior Court Judges : Post and Vacancies (as at 21 Mei 2021)

    NO. COURT POST FILLED VACANT REFERENCES
    1. a. Chief Justice 1 1 0 Article 122(1) of The Federal Constitution
      b. President of The Court of Appeal 1 1 0
      c. Chief Judge of The High Court in Malaya 1 1 0
      d. Chief Judge of The High Court in Sabah and Sarawak 1 1 0
    2. Judge of Federal Court 11 10 1 1 May 2009 [PU (A) 163/2009]
    3. Court of Appeal Judge 32 30 2 1 May 2009 [PU (A) 164/2009]
    4. Judge of High Court 73 50 23 1 October 2006 [PU (A) 384/2006]
      i. High Court in Malaya 60 43 17 1 October 2006 [PU (A) 384/2006]
      ii.High Court in Sabah and Sarawak 13 7 6
      Total (Judges) 120 94 26  
    5. a. Judicial Commissioners Peninsula   42   Appointment Pursuant To Article 122AB of Federal Constitution
      b. Judicial Commissioners Sabah   3  
      c. Judicial Commissioners Sarawak   4  
      Total (Judicial Commissioners)   49    
      Total (Judges and Judicial Commissioners)   143 26  

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