FARAH SHUHADAH RAZALI is a Partner in the Litigation practice group. She obtained her Bachelor of Laws Degree from Universiti Teknologi Mara and was admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya in 2008.
Farah has experience in a wide range of commercial litigation including companies or corporate disputes involving shareholders and directors, contractual disputes involving mergers and acquisitions of companies and contractual disputes. Farah also has experience in representing clients for various tortious claims including but not limited to defamation matters where her clients range from government linked companies, corporations, broadcasting and media entities to local celebrities. Whilst her area of special interest is public & administrative law as well as new technology and digital law, Farah also regularly advise and act for both local and international clients in matters involving land and tenancy disputes, probate and administrative disputes, and various debt recovery or restructuring matters.
Farah has appeared as co-counsel and counsel at all tiers of the Malaysian Courts and played a key role in many noteworthy and landmark cases in Malaysia which are reported in the law journals. Apart from Court appearances, Farah also has been involved in commercial arbitrations and mediations.
Farah’s has been described by her clients as ‘very smart, creative, calm and yet bold…’ and her ability to provide ‘excellent quality service in delivering practical, comprehensive and clear solutions when dealing with potential or ongoing legal disputes…’ has been specifically highlighted in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2023 where she is listed as a Recommended Lawyer in Dispute Resolution, 2023. In appreciation for all the opportunities and past training, Farah pays it forward by serving as a judge in various moot competitions held yearly. Farah is also a member of the Bar Council Court Liaison as well as the Women’s Rights Committee 2020/2021.