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Apnizan Abdullah

apnizan abdullahApnizan Abdullah holds the LL.B (Honours) and Master of Comparative Laws (MCL) from the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) obtained in 2003 and 2004 respectively. She pursued her pupillage at Messrs. Mohd Ismail & Co. (as it then was) which specialized in Islamic banking practice. She then continued her legal practice at Messrs Mak Farid & Company. Being passionate in research and teaching, she consequently joined University of Malaya in 2007 until 2010. In 2011, she successfully awarded with the Chartered Islamic Finance Professional (CIFP) from the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF). With the qualifications she has, she subsequently joined the International Shariah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA) in 2012.  In 2014, she obtained her first class degree in Shariah (LL.B (Shariah) from the IIUM. During her university studies, she was awarded with the Best Student Award in Islamic Banking & Takaful in 2003, Dean’s list certificates for few semesters and Rector’s list for her LL.B(Shariah). She has written articles in international journals, ISRA Research Papers and Islamic finance magazines. She has also presented papers at national and international conferences.  She has regularly conducted trainings in the area of Islamic financial law organized by local polytechnic institutions, universities, private training institutions and private companies. She currently serves the International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies (IAIS) Malaysia as a Research Fellow.

Quotable Quotes

When you realise you've made a mistake, take immediate steps to correct it, Dali Lama

Humour Without Malice

A peasant from the countryside was in the city visiting a relative, who served him tea made with precious Songluo spring water. The peasant enjoyed the tea so much that he said "Excellent!" over and over, and thus his relative thought he could truly appreciate fine things. He asked his country cousin: "Are you referring to the tea or to the water?" The peasant said: "It's the hotness of the tea which I like the most."

Hikmah

Righteousness is good morality, and wrongdoing is that which wavers in your soul and which you dislike people finding out about. - Hadith: An-Nawawis Forty Hadith, Number 27.

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