In our pursuit to groom legal professionals who are on par with the best, we continue to benchmark our curriculum against industry standards, through our Legal Profession Advisory Panel (LPAP).

The LPAP comprises the most prestigious law firms in Kuala Lumpur and the Bar Council, ensuring that teaching and learning initiatives at the School is of high quality and students are equipped with the required intellectual, professional as well as personal attributes that are demanded by the Bar and the Bench, and define the legal profession.

Our industry partners also provide support to our programme, through book prizes for top students, judging our Moots and Law Debates, sponsoring the School’s major events, and securing attachment and pupillage for our students in the top legal firms. The School facilitates this process by creating platforms that allow our law graduates and potential employers to meet and interact.


The School has established strong partnerships with Bar Council Malaysia and the top-ranked legal firms in the country, which ensure that the School’s curriculum remains relevant and practical. These firms include:

Taylor's Law School lecturers taking group photo


The Annual Law Ball and Awards Ceremony organised by the Taylor’s Law Society is attended by our law students, alumnus, representatives from legal firms, and members of the IAP, as well as the School’s staff and invited guests. This event is an avenue for current students to meet and mingle with their seniors and industry leaders. Our industry partners also provide support to our programme, through book prizes.

Taylor's Law's student attending the Annual Law Ball and Awards Ceremony


In order to ensure that our law students are equipped with relevant skills to complement their textbook knowledge, we encourage them to spend their vacations on attachments with law firms, legal aid centres, the Attorney General’s chambers or Non-Governmental Organisations. The School actively facilitates these attachments through our extensive network of partners and associates.

Taylor's Law Students spend their vacations on attachments with law firms in Malaysia