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Professor Dr Aishah  Bidin
Company
National University of Malaysia
Position
Professor of Corporate and Insolvency Law
Country
Malaysia
Email Address
aishah@ukm.edu.my
Phone
+603 89216351
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Professor Dr Aishah Bidin
Professor of Corporate and Insolvency Law at National University of Malaysia
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Prof. Dato’ Dr Aishah Bidin is a Human Rights Commissioner (SUHAKAM), a Professor of Corporate and Insolvency Law and Dean of the Faculty of Law, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). She was the former legal advisor of UKM Holdings, the corporate arm of University Kebangsaan Malaysia.  She obtained her LLB (Hons) from University of Malaya, Masters in Laws from the University of Kent, and PhD in Law from University of London. 

Prof. Dato’ Dr. Aishah has been an academic staff of the law faculty of UKM since 1984. During her Phd programme in University of London in 1996, she was seconded to the law practices of Messrs Allen & Overy (Banking and Securities Department) and Messrs Travis, Smith and Braithwaite (Banking and Corporate Insolvency Unit), both of which were based in London.

Currently she is the Board Member of the Companies Commission of Malaysia and  Executive Council Member of International Centre for Law and Legal Studies, Attorney General Chambers(AGC)of Malaysia. She is also a Member of the Advisory  Board of Intellectual  Property of   UKM (2010 – now) and was Member of the Advisory Board, Malaysian Legal and Tax Information Centre (MLTIC). In early 2007, she has been a Visiting Professor at the Department of Business Law and Taxation Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and Honorary Research Fellow at the Centre for Malaysian Studies in Monash Asia Institute, Australia. Further she was appointed as a Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales, Australia from 2008- 2011.

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