Attorney-General Tan Sri Apandi Ali said it would improve the quality of legal studies with a focus on the technical skills and professionalism of graduates before they enter the workforce. Pic by NSTP/ MOHD YUSNI ARIFFIN

KUALA LUMPUR: A special consultative committee of the Legal Affairs Division of the Prime Minister’s Department is expected to table its findings on a Common Bar Examination (CBE) for cabinet approval after the 14th General Election (GE14).

Attorney-General Tan Sri Apandi Ali said it would improve the quality of legal studies with a focus on the technical skills and professionalism of graduates before they enter the workforce.

“A special consultative committee was formed by the Legal Affairs Division under the Prime Minister’s Department to provide a holistic blueprint for the law in Malaysia so that it will remain relevant and mantain quality standards,” he said at the 23rd Convocation Ceremony for the Certificate of Legal Practice at the Putra World Trade Centre here today.

“Among the issues being studied is the need to implement CBE, which will be tabled for the cabinet’s approval after GE14.”