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Professor Mohd. Akram Shair Mohamed

LEGAL PRACTICE DEPARTMENT

AHMAD IBRAHIM KULLIYYAH OF LAWS

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  1. Surajudeen, Ahmad Tijani and Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram (2016) Psychological disturbances of sexual harassment: the western and Islamic therapeutic solutions. In: Sexual Harassment in the Education Sectors: a Malaysian Perspective. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 242-252. ISBN 978-967-418-423-6
  2. Surajudeen, Ahmad Tijani and Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Mallow, Muzaffar Shah and Ishan Jan, Mohammad Naqib (2016) Psychological impact of sexual harassment on victims in schools and institutions of higher learning in Malaysia. In: Sexual Harassment in the Education Sectors: a Malaysian Perspective. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 108-132. ISBN 978-967-418-421-6
  3. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Mallow, Muzaffar Shah (2016) Proving the allegation of sexual harassment in schools and institutions of higher learning. In: Sexual Harassment in the Education Sectors: a Malaysian Perspective. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 79-97. ISBN 978-967-418-421-6
  4. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Sardar Baig, Farheen Baig (2017) Defendants negligence causing nervous shock or psychiatric injury to plaintiff/claimant: a critical appraisal. In: 4th International Conference on Education and Social Sciences (INTCESS 2017), 6th-8th February 2017, Istanbul, Turkey.
  5. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram (2015) Should legal professional privilege be absolute: a comparative appraisal. Malayan Law Journal, 4. cxvi-cxxv. ISSN 0025-1283
  6. Sidhu, Baljit Singh and Shair Mohamed, Mohd. Akram (2015) Third voice in a criminal justice system: the voice of the victim through victim impact statement. Current Law Journal, 6. i-xii. ISSN 0127-8193
  7. Shair Mohamed, Mohd. Akram (2015) The principles of witness immunity. Current Law Journal, 4. i-vii. ISSN 0127-8193
  8. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Ramlee Saad, Zulfakar (2015) Displacement of legal professional privilege: facilitation of crime or fraud exception. Current Law Review, 8 (4). i-xii. ISSN 0127-0699
  9. Shair Mohamed, Mohd. Akram (2015) Mediation as an effective tool for resolving sports disputes. In: 4th International Conference on Law & Society (ICLAS IV) 2015 , 10th-11th May 2015, Kuala Trengganu.
  10. Shair Mohamed, Mohd. Akram (2014) Terms implied by Courts: a comparative appraisal of the law in Malaysia, the United Kingdom and Australia. In: International Academic Conference on Law and Politics (IACLP 2014), 26-27 Apr. 2014, Istanbul, Turkey.
  11. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram (2014) Evidence. In: Malaysian legal system. CLJ Publication, Selangor, pp. 625-640. ISBN 9789670748719
  12. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram (2013) Crown privilege under the common law and the evidence act. In: Constitutional law and human rights: topical issues and perspectives. Sweet and Maxwell Asia, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 39-55. ISBN 9789670498133
  13. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram (2007) Quantum of proof required when case for the prosecution depends substantially or wholly on circumstantial evidence: irresistible conclusion test or reasonable beyond a doubt test? In: Asia's Emerging Laws in the Digital Age, 6-7 December 2007, Bangkok, Thailand.
  14. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram (2012) Confessions under Malaysian and Islamic law: A comparative evaluation. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 6 (11). pp. 22-48. ISSN 1991-8178
  15. Hud, Mutiah and Shair Mohamed, Mohd. Akram (2011) Protecting children from procedural difficulties relating to children's evidence in child abuse cases in Malaysian courts. In: Islamic family law: demistifying Shariah in the protection of children's rights. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 161-176. ISBN 9789674180249
  16. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Ramlee, Zulfakar (2011) The evidential weight of document generated by computer: a comparative legal appraisal. In: Current essential issues in the Malaysian law of evidence. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 87-124. ISBN 9789674182243
  17. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Ramlee, Zulfakar (2011) The role of corroboration under the Evidence Act 1950. In: Current essential issues in the Malaysian law of evidence. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 81-86. ISBN 9789674182243
  18. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Sabri, Shahnaz Zuriati (2011) The nature and scope of martial privilege under the Evidence Act 1950. In: Current essential issues in the Malaysian law of evidence. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 73-79. ISBN 9789674182243
  19. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Sabri, Shahnaz Zuriati (2011) The admissibility of unfair or illegally obtained evidence: a brief overview. In: Current essential issues in the Malaysian law of evidence. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 65-72. ISBN 9789674182243
  20. Shair Mohamad, Mohd Akram and Sabri, Shahnaz Zuriati (2011) Shedding the Res gestae doctrine of its legally formalistic fetters. In: Current essential issues in the Malaysian law of evidence. IIUM Press, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 53-63. ISBN 9789674182243

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12Third voice in a criminal justice system: the voice of the victim through victim impact statement 984
13Protecting children from procedural difficulties relating to children's evidence in child abuse cases in Malaysian courts963
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15The role of corroboration under the Evidence Act 1950899
16Intention to create legal relations884
17The evidential weight of document generated by computer: a comparative legal appraisal871
18The tort of negligence863
19The nature and scope of martial privilege under the Evidence Act 1950822
20Judicial exegesis of the term prima facie case in section 180 of the amended criminal procedure code795
21Terms implied by Courts: a comparative appraisal of the law in Malaysia, the United Kingdom and Australia747
22Current essential issues in the Malaysian law of evidence661
23Quantum of proof required when case for the prosecution depends substantially or wholly on circumstantial evidence: irresistible conclusion test or reasonable beyond a doubt test?659
24Crown privilege under the common law and the evidence act634
25Mediation as an effective tool for resolving sports disputes617
26Should legal professional privilege be absolute: a comparative appraisal 579
27Displacement of legal professional privilege: facilitation of crime or fraud exception572
28The principles of witness immunity563
29Defendants negligence causing nervous shock or psychiatric injury to plaintiff/claimant: a critical appraisal442
30Evidence407