UK Partners Congratulate Taylor’s Law School on Being Admitted to the International Association of Law Schools

The International Association of Law Schools represents over a 160 law schools around the world. Taylor’s Law School is the first private university in Malaysia to be admitted as a member.

Mr. Harmahinder Singh (standing left), Dean of Taylor’s Law School with their UK partner universities

Taylor's Law School has become the first private law school in Malaysia to become a member of the global community on legal education,

The International Association of Law Schools (IALS) is a not-for-profit, collaborative service organisation representing more than 160 law schools and departments from over 55 countries. It represents more than 7,500 law faculty members around the globe, and is based in Washington DC (USA).

IALS' primary mission is the improvement of law schools and the conditions of legal education throughout the world. Mr. Harmahinder Singh Iqbal Singh, Dean of the Taylor's Law School (TLS) said, "With this membership, Taylor's Law School will now be a part of this international group of Law Schools across the world which will open up an abundance of opportunities for its growth in line with the School's mission to be nationally and internationally recognised as a distinguished Law School committed to excellence in teaching and research".

The members of the ILAS include the Yale University (USA), University of Leeds (UK), University of Queensland (Australia), Peking University School of Transnational Law (China), and the National University of Singapore. TLS was also pleased to share this news with its seven strategic partner universities from the UK, who recently came to meet with students and staff at the Lakeside Campus. The programmes in the school are also accredited and recognised by the Malaysian Qualification Agency and the Legal Profession Qualifying Board.

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