Current Law Journal, or CLJ as it is widely known, reports cases from the Federal Court, the Court of Appeal, the High Court of Malaya and the High Court of Sabah and Sarawak. In 1981, The Malaysian Current Law Journal Sdn Bhd, now known as CLJ Malaysia Sdn Bhd, introduced the first set of CLJ Bound Volumes to its subscribers. Since then, CLJ has transformed into a first-point legal reference for the members of the judicial, legal and academic fraternities. The reports are concise and articulate and cover practically the whole gamut of subject matter modules known to law.

A total of 10 Bound Volumes are published annually and accompanied by a consolidated Index. The case laws are also available online and in printable pdf format, identical in layout and presentation as in the Bound Volumes for subscribers to see the numbers and paragraph letterings as if they had a printed copy of the reported judgments.

Definition of citations

   CLJ  Reported cases from the Current Law Journal.
   CLJ Rep  Reported cases from the Current Law Journal Reprint Series.
   CLJ Supp  Reported cases from the Current Law Journal Supplementary Series.
   MTC  Reported cases from the Malaysian Tax Cases.
 Reported cases from the Business Law Journal.
   CLJU - LNS 1
 Unreported cases from the Civil Courts.

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