What is the Malayan Law Journal?

Your comprehensive source of Malaysian court judgments and decisions

The Malayan Law Journal is a series of law reports, providing reports of cases from the Federal Court, the Court of Appeal and High Courts. This compendious source gives you full text reports of cases and summaries of judgments in a consistent and reader-friendly style.

Cutting Edge Features

Cases are available on Lexis® Advance with AI-enabled features to enrich your research experience.

Indexes for Fast Research

Each bound volume is accompanied by a complete and systematic set of tables and indexes, allowing you to find the cases you need quickly.

Quick Delivery

Cases are published in an exceptionally efficient manner.

Navigate with Ease

Case reports are clearly presented with catchwords, headnotes summarising judgments and annotations of all cases and legislation mentioned in judgments.

Quality Assurance

Every report meets the global LexisNexis® standards.

Extensive Content

The Malayan Law Journal comprises well over 20,000 cases from the Federal Court, Court of Appeal and High Court, dating all the way back to 1932.

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in print or alongside your Lexis Advance subscription

The Malayan Law Journal (MLJ) consists of 12 volumes. Volumes 1 to 6 contain current and landmark cases from the Federal Court and Court of Appeal, and volumes 7 to 12 contain recent High Court cases. Each volume includes its own table and index.

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