Associate Professor Dr Normawati Hashim
Master of Law (University Malaya)
Bachelor of Law (LL.B) (Hons) University of Malaya
Area of Specialisation
Rafidah@Malissa Salleh, “A Critical Study on the Administration of Native Law in Sabah: A Proposed Legal Framework”, Universiti Teknologi MARA -Co-supervisor.
Abd Shukor Bin Mohd Yunus, An Analysis Of The Adequacy Of The Malaysian Legal Framework On The Protection Of Modern Right To Privacy In New Media”, Universiti Teknologi MARA
Inna Junaenah, “The Right To The City: A Legal Analysis Of The Public Participation On The Decision-Making Processes In Indonesian Urban Development”, Universiti Teknologi MARA
Commissions of Trust
Member of the External Panel of Assessor University Malaya: Re-accreditation Masters in Law (LLM) Program, Law Faculty, University Malaya – September 2019
External Member for LLM Program, Law Faculty, University Malaya
Editor – Conference Articles – IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Colloquium 2019 (Colloquium 2019)
Member of Panel Assessor Internal Research Grant Application, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Internal Examiner and Viva LLM Master (by Research) 15 Mac 2016
External Examiner Master Dissertation (by Research) University Malaya, 10 September 2015
External Examiner Master Dissertation (by Research) University Malaya, 13 February 2018
External Examiner for PhD. Thesis Universiti Utara Malaysia, 29 April 2018
“State Parties Consensus Decision Making Is The Latest Technique In Creating The Universal Law Of The Sea” This research is funded by the Ministry of Higher Education through the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS)
“Value-based and Rights-based Model in Money Laundering Confiscation.” This research is funded by the Ministry of Higher Education through the Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS)
”The Advent of Dynamic Public Law Jurisprudence as the Enforcement of Constitutional Remedies in Public Law.” This research is funded by RMI through RIF.
“Integrity and transparency in the telecommunications sector: Strengthening Mechanisms for A Corrupt-Free Industry”, Research Grant funded by National Centre For Governance, Integrity And Anti-Corruption (GIACC).
A Legal Analysis of The Right of Indigenous Children to have Access to Quality Education: A Comparative Study Between The Peninsular Malaysia and The Upper North of Thailand, Strategic Joint Research Grant Universiti Teknologi MARA – Chiang Mai Rajabhat, Thailand.
National and international policies governing haze in Malaysia: a move forward towards a greener future, International Journal of Engineering & Technology 7 (3.25) (2018) 340-343. Hanim Kamaruddin, Rasyikah Md Khalid, Dina Imam Supaat, Syahirah Abdul Syukor, Normawati Hashim.
The Ramifications of Forfeiting Property in Money Laundering Cases: Some Evidence from Malaysia, Pertanika J. Soc. Sci. & Hum. 25 (S): 71 – 80 (2017), Zaiton Hamin, Normawati Hashim and Muhammad Muaz Abdul Hakim.
“Right to Privacy and Malaysian Practice: A step Further in Recognising another Aspect of Human Rights”, Vol 5 No. S13 (2020): Dec, Special Issue No. 3 Eissn 2398-4287, 289-295, Normawati Hashim, Abd. Shukor Mohd Yunus.
Surrogacy: A Commodification That Needs Legislative Attention”, Vol 5 No. S13 (2020): Dec, Special Issue No. 3 Eissn 2398-4287, 297-302. Sheela a/p Jayabalan, Daleleer Kaur Randawar, Normawati Hashim.
Outstanding Service Award 2019
Outstanding Service Award 2013
Outstanding Service Award 2009
Silver Medal – “Teaching Aid For Non-Law Programmes: Pictorial Simulations Using PowerPoint” at Breakthrough Invention Innovation & Design Exhibition BiiDE 2018
Gold Medal – “Website Learning Tool For Child Rights Education in Child-Friendly Language in Primary Schools In Malaysia” at Invention, Innovation & Design Exposition 2018 index 2018
Silver Medal – “Website Learning Tool For Child Rights Education in Child-Friendly Language in Primary Schools In Malaysia” at ITEX, 2019
Best Research Poster Award, First Communities of Research Multidisciplinary Symposium 2018
“Website Learning Tool for Child Rights Education in Child-Friendly Language for Primary Schools in Malaysia”, 13th December 2018