Zaiton Hamin (Assoc. Prof. Dr.)


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Designation: Assoc. Prof. Dr.
Full Name: Zaiton Hamin
Position: (Dean/Dep.Dean/Coordinator/Head/Lecturer)
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Academic Qualifications

1.    PhD, University of Leeds, UK, 1998 -2002
2.    LL.M (Criminology and Criminal Justice) University of London (King’s College), 1990- 1991
3.    Certificate in Legal Practice (Qualifying Board, Malaysia) 1997
4.    LL.B (Hons) University of North London, UK, 1983-1985
5.    Dip Public Administration, Institute Teknologi MARA, 1977-1980




Teaching & Research Interest

FIELD OF EXPERTISE

1.    Cyber Law
2.    Criminal Justice
3.    Criminal Law
4.    Criminal Procedure

RESEARCH INTERESTS

1.    Computer-related Crimes
2.    Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Crimes
3.    Policing Issues
4.    Corruption Law
5.    E-Court Technology
6.    Parole System

WORKING AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1.    The subjects taught are as follows:
i.    Criminal Law (1990-1998)
ii.    Criminal Procedures (1990- 2002)
iii.    Information Technology Law/Cyber law (2003- now)
iv.    Legal Research Methodology (2001-2014)
v.    Contemporary Legal Issues in Law Enforcement (2007-2013)
vi.    Legal Aspects of Forensic Accounting (2004- now).
vii.    Investigative Techniques & Procedures (2004-2013).
viii.    Computer Related Crimes (2002- now)
ix.    E-Commerce Law (2002-2014)



Previous Appointment & Duration of the Appointment

i.    Faculty Coordinator, Faculty of Law, UiTM Shah Alam (1990- 1992).
ii.   Coordinator for Research, Faculty of Law, UiTM Shah Alam (2002-2003).
iii    Director of Cyber law & Policy Centre (2003-2006)
iv    Faculty of Law Representative for Industry, UITM (2003-2004).




Research Project & Publications

Research Grant
1.     Co-Researcher, Integrating Routine Activity and Self-Control Model in Cyber Stalking Prevention (FRGS 2016-2018).

2.    Co-Researcher, Intelligence-Led Policing Model for Terrorist Financing Investigation (FRGS 2015-2017).

3.     Co- Researcher, Value-based and Rights-based Model in Money Laundering Confiscation (FRGS, 2015-2017).

4.    Co-Researcher, The Influence of Competency, Organizational Commitment and Professionalism in Detecting the Prevalence of Money Laundering Activities among Customs Officers: Case Of Cross Border Movement (ARI HICoE, MOHE, 2015-2016).

5.    Co-Researcher, Effectiveness Of Anti Money Laundering Act Implementation in the Malaysian Enforcement Agencies (ARI HICoE, MOHE, 2015-2016).

6.     Principal Researcher, Diverting Criminal from Criminal Justice System through Diversionary Modalities (ERGS, MOHE, 2013-2015).

7.    Principal Researcher – The Compliance of Legal Professionals With Their Obligation to Report Under The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Laws in Malaysia and the United Kingdom (ARI HiCoE, MOHE, 2013-2014).

8.     Principal Researcher - Creation of a New Legislative Model for Digital Signatures in Securing Internet Banking Transactions (FRGS, MOHE, 2010-2012).

9.    Co-Researcher, A Study on the Viable Model for the Legal Protection of Personal Data Obtained From CCTV (FRGS, MOHE, 2012-2014).

10.    Principal Researcher, Comparative Study of the Laws Relating to Corruption in Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong (ARI, MOHE, 2010-2012).

11.    Principal Researcher, A Comparative Study of the Laws on Anti-Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing in Malaysia and the United Kingdom (ARI, MOHE, 2012-2013).

12.    Co- researcher, Developing a Model for Reduced Disaster Risk Theories (FRGS, MOHE, April 2012- March 2014).

13.    Co- researcher, Parole Supervision Dual Rehabilitation- Control Model (FRGS, MOHE, April 2012- March 2014).

14.    Principal Researcher, Socio-Legal Impacts of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) on the Judicial Business (E-Science Fund, MOSTI, Jan 2012-June 2013).

15.    Co-Researcher, A Critical Study of the Legal Implications of Courtroom Technology in Malaysia, funded by Excellence Fund, UiTM, December 2010-November 2012 (24 months).

16.    Principal Researcher, The Legal Critiques of the Computer Crimes Act 1997 in Regulating Cybercrime, Bahagian Pembaharuan Undang-Undang, Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPUUM 2011).

17.    Principal Researcher, A Review of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 in Achieving Media Pluralism, Bahagian Pembaharuan Undang-Undang, Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPUUM 2011).

18.    Co-Researcher, Revising the Flaws of the Digital Signature Act 1997 in Governing Security of Electronic Transaction, Bahagian Pembaharuan Undang-Undang, Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPPUM 2011).

19.    Co-researcher, The Implementation of the Biosafety Act in Malaysia, Bahagian Pembaharuan Undang-Undang, Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPUUM 2011).


 Publication (Journal Articles)

1.    Zaiton Hamin and Ani Munirah Mohamad (2010), “ICT in the Judicial System: Promising Yet Challenging? Part 1” Journal of Media and Information Warfare, Vol III, December 2010.
2.    Saripan, H., & Hamin, Z. (2011). The Application of the Digital
Signature Law in Securing Internet Banking: Some Preliminary Evidence
from Malaysia. Procedia Computer Science, 3, 248-253.
3.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad and Mohd Bahrin Othman, “Security Implications of ICT Adoption in the High Courts of Malaysia” International Journal of Future Computer and Communication, Vol 1, No 3, Oct 2012 pp 256-259 (ISSN 2010-3751).
4.    Zaiton Hamin, Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, Normah Omar dan Awang Armadajaya Pangiran Mahmud, ‘Regulating Customer Due Diligence within financial Institutions in Malaysia and the United Kingdom’, Procedia-Social & Behavioral Sciences 2012
5.    Hamin, Z. & Hassan, R. A. (2012). ‘The Roles and Challenges of Parole
Officers in Reintegrating Prisoners into the Community under the
Parole System’. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 36, 324-332.
6.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘ICT support of the Judiciary: The Malaysian experience’, Procedia-Social & Behavioral Sciences April 2013.   
7.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Challenges Facing the ICT Adoption by the High Courts of Malaysia’, July 2013, Procedia-Social & Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier/Science Direct.  
8.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Security Implications of ICT Adoption in the High Courts of Malaysia’,  International Journal of Future Computer and Communication, Vol I, No.3 October 2012 pp
9.    Zaiton Hamin and Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘The Roles and Challenges of the Parole Officers in Integrating Prisoners into the Community under the Parole System’, ASEAN Conference on Environment Behaviour Studies, Savoy Homann Bidakara Hotel, Bandung, Indonesia, Procedia-Social & Behavioural Sciences 36 (2012) 324 – 332. (ISBN 1877-0428).

10.    Hamin, Z., & Mansoor, M. M. M., ‘Controlling Media Ownership in Malaysia:  Lessons from the USA’. Innovation Management
and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 2012 International Conference, May 2012.
IEEE, pp. 427-432.

11.    Hamin, Z., Othman, M. B., & Mohamad, A. M. ‘ICT adoption
by the Malaysian high courts: Exploring the Security Risks Involved.
Innovation Management and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 2012
International Conference, May 2012, IEEE, pp 285-289.

12.    Elias, Z., Hamin, Z., & Othman, M. B. ‘Risky Society,
Chaotic Life: Disaster Management Laws Timely?’. Innovation
Management and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 2012 International
Conference, May 2012, IEEE, pp 464-468.

13.    Hamin, Z., Elias, Z., & Omar, H. ‘Conceptualising
Corruption and its Legal Control’. Innovation Management and
Technology Research (ICIMTR), 2012 International Conference, May 2012, IEEE, pp. 377-382.

14.    Hamin, Z., Othman, M. B., & Elias, Z. (2013). ‘Floating on a
Legislative Framework in Flood Management in Malaysia: Lessons from
the United Kingdom.’ Procedia-Social and Behavioural Sciences, 101,
277-283.

15.    Elias, Z., Hamin, Z., & Othman, M. B. (2013). Sustainable management
of flood risks in Malaysia: Some lessons from the legislation in
England and wales. Procedia-Social and Behavioural Sciences, 105,
491-497.
16.    Hamin, Z., Othman, M. B., & Elias, Z. (2013). ‘Floating on a
Legislative Framework in Flood Management in Malaysia: Lessons from
the United Kingdom.’ Procedia-Social and Behavioural Sciences, 101,
277-283.
17.    Elias, Z., Hamin, Z., & Othman, M. B. (2013). ‘Sustainable management
of Flood Risks in Malaysia: Some Lessons from the Legislation in
England and Wales. Procedia-Social and Behavioural Sciences, 105,
18.    Zaiton Hamin, Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli; Prof Dr Normah Hj Omar and Saslina Kamaruddin, (2015) ‘Reporting Obligation of Lawyers under the AML/ATF Law in Malaysia’, Asian Journal of Environment-Behaviour Studies & Procedia-Social & Behavioral Sciences 170, pp.409-414.
19.    Hamin, Z., Omar, N., & Hakim, M. M. A. (2015). When Property is the
Criminal: Confiscating Proceeds of Money Laundering and Terrorist
Financing in Malaysia. Procedia Economics and Finance, 31, 789-796.
20.    Hamin, Z, Selamat, H. S. & Othman, R., ‘Conceptualizing Terrorist Financing in the Age of Uncertainty’, (2016) Journal of Money Laundering Control, 19(4), pp. 397–406. doi: 10.1108/jmlc-06-2015-0022.
21.    Hamin, Z., Wan Rosli, W.R.   & Omar, N., (2014) ‘Airing Dirty Laundry: Reforming the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Regime in Malaysia’, Global Jurist, 16(1), 127-139. DOI: 10.1515/gj-2014-0030.
22.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman and Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘From Assisting To Policing of Clients: Lawyers as Reporting Institutions under the Anti-Money Laundering Regime in Malaysia’, Malayan Law Journal. [2015] 4 MLJ xv-xxviii.
23.    Hamin, Z., Omar, N., Wan Rosli, W.A. and  Pengiran Awang Mahmud, A.A., ‘Configuring Criminal Proceeds in Money Laundering Cases in the UK’,  (2015) Journal of Money Laundering Control, 17(4), 374-384.
22.    Hamin, Z., Omar, N., & Kamaruddin, S., (2015) ‘FATF and Lawyers’
Obligations under the AML/ATF Regime in Malaysia.’ Procedia Economics
and Finance, 31, 759-765.
23.    Hamin, Z., Omar, N., & Hakim, M. M. A. (2015). ‘When Property is the
Criminal: Confiscating Proceeds of Money Laundering and Terrorist
Financing in Malaysia.’ Procedia Economics and Finance, 31, 789-796.
24.    Zaiton Hamin; Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli and Prof Dr Normah Hj Omar, ‘Recent Proposed Changes to the AML/CFT Law in Malaysia’, (2017) Journal of Money Laundering Control, 20(1), pp5-14.
25.    Zaiton Hamin, Rohana Othman and Saslina Kamaruddin, (2016) ‘Lawyer’s Compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering Regime: Some Preliminary Evidence from Malaysia’, paper presented at International Conference on Information in Business and Technology Management (I2BM 2016) ** to check publication info at office*
26.    Zaiton Hamin, Rohana Othman and Hayyum Suleikha Selamat, (2016) ‘Funding Terror in Cyberspace: Challenges in the Financial Investigation of Cyber Terrorist Financing’, paper presented at International Conference on Information in Business and Technology Management (I2BM 2016)  ** to check publication info at office*
27.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘Predicaments in the Prisoners’ Rehabilitation for Parole Release: Some Evidence from Malaysia’, The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice (Forthcoming).
28.     Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘The Quandary of Lawyers' Anti-Money Laundering Compliance: Some Evidence from Malaysia’, Crime Law & Social Change (Forthcoming).
29.    Zaiton Hamin & Wan Rosalili, ‘Every Breath You Take I’ll be Watching You: Governing Cyber Stalking in England and Wales’, Computer & Security Journal (Forthcoming).

30.    Zaiton Hamin, Normawati Hashim and Muhammad Muaz Abdul Hakim, ‘Confiscating Criminal Proceeds under the AML Regime in Malaysia and the United Kingdom’,  Journal of Legal Studies (Forthcoming).

31.    Zaiton Hamin, Ahmad Ridhwan Abd Rani, ‘Updating the Negotiated Justice; The Plea Bargaining in the United Kingdom’, Asian Journal of Criminology (Forthcoming) .
32.    Zaiton Hamin; Normawati Hashim and Muhammad Muaz Abdul Hakim, ‘Implications of Forfeiting Property in Money Laundering Cases in Malaysia’, Journal of Money Laundering Control 2017 (forthcoming) .
33.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘Legal Business Compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Obligations in Malaysia’, Pertanika, 2017 (Forthcoming) .

34.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘The Predicaments in Parole Community Rehabilitation’ Pertanika, 2017 (Forthcoming) .

35.    Zaiton Hamin, Normawati Hashim & Muhammad Muaz Abdul Hakim, ‘The Implications of Money Laundering Forfeiture in Malaysia’, Pertanika, 2017 (Forthcoming) .

Book chapter

1.    The Handbook of Criminal and Terrorist Financing Law, “Governing the Non-Profit Organisations Against Terrorist Financing: The Malaysian Legal and Regulatory Modalities”, (2017) Palgrave Macmilan Publication, United Kingdom (Forthcoming).


Conference Papers (2010-2017)

1.    Zaiton Hamin & Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘Compliance with Customer Due Diligence under the AML Regime: Some Evidence from Malaysia’, International Conference on Business and Social Science (ICOBSS) 2017, 28 Feb - 01 Mac 2017, UITM Kampus Bandaraya, Melaka (SCOPUS Index).

2.    Zaiton Hamin & Ahmad Ridhwan Abd Rani, ‘Managing Unethical Prosecutorial Conduct’,  International Conference on Business and Social Science (ICOBSS) 2017, 28 Feb- 01 Mac 2017, UITM Kampus Bandaraya, Melaka (SCOPUS Index).

3.    Zaiton Hamin & Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli,  ‘Managing Cyber Stalking in Electronic Workplaces’, International Conference on Business and Social Science (ICOBSS) 2017, 28 Feb- 01 Mac 2017, UITM Kampus Bandaraya, Melaka (SCOPUS Index).

4.    Ani Munirah Mohamad, Zaiton Hamin and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Balancing Open Justice and Privacy Rights in Adopting ICT in the Malaysian Courts’, International Conference on Business and Social Science (ICOBSS) 2017, 28 Feb- 01 Mac 2017, UITM Kampus Bandaraya, Melaka (SCOPUS Index).

5.    Zaiton Hamin & Collin Babat, ‘Dealing with Infanticide: What’s Law Got to Do with It?’, International Conference on Business and Social Science (ICOBSS) 2017, 28 Feb - 01 Mac 2017, UITM Kampus Bandaraya, Melaka (SCOPUS Index).

6.    Zaiton Hamin, Rohana Othman and Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘Lawyer’s Compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering Regime: Some Preliminary Evidence from Malaysia’, 2016 International Conference on Information in Business and Technology Management (I2BM 2016), 26-18 January 2016, The Pines Hotel Melaka (ISI/SCOPUS- Index)

7.    Zaiton Hamin, Rohana Othman and Hayyum Suleikha Selamat, ‘Funding Terror in Cyberspace: Challenges in the Financial Investigation of Cyber Terrorist Financing’, 2016 International Conference on Information in Business and Technology Management (I2BM 2016), 26-18 January 2016, The Pines Hotel Melaka, (ISI/SCOPUS- Index)

8.    Zaiton Hamin, Ahmad Ridhwan Abd Rani,  ‘Negotiated Justice and the Impact of the Plea Bargaining Process’, 2016 International Management & Accounting Conference (IMAC 8), 28-29th Sept 2016, Langkawi.

9.    Zaiton Hamin & Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, ‘Work Place Harassment in Version 2.0: The Concept and Risk Management’, 2016 International Management & Accounting Conference (IMAC 8), 28-29th Sept 2016, Langkawi, Kedah ((Best Paper Award, Social Science).

10.    Zaiton Hamin & Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, ‘When a Man Stalk a Woman: The Legal Constraints on Cyber Stalking in Malaysia’, 2016 International Conference on Women & Children (ICWC), 17-18 Oct 2016, Grand Dorsett Hotel, Subang Jaya, Selangor.

11.     Zaiton Hamin & Ahmad Ridhwan Abd Rani, ‘Negotiated Justice and the Female Victims of Crimes, Whither the Protection?’2016 International Conference on Women & Children (ICWC), 17-18 Oct 2016, Grand Dorsett Hotel, Subang Jaya, Selangor.
12.    Zaiton Hamin & Collin Babat, ‘When Mothers Kill Their Babies: Regulating Infanticide in Malaysia’, The 7th International Conference Postgraduate Education (ICPE), 01/12/16, UITM Shah Alam, Selangor.
13.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘When Money is the Resaon: Preliminary Evidence of Legal Business Compliance with the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Obligations’, 2016  3rd International Conference on Science and Social Research, (CSSR), 6-7 Dec 2016, The Everly Hotel , Putrajaya, Selangor (Best Paper Award, Social Science) (SCOPUS index).

14.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘Doing Good’ for the Parolees: Some Evidence from Malaysia on the Predicaments in Community Rehabilitation’, 2016  3rd International Conference on Science and Social Research, (CSSR), 6-7 Dec 2016, The Everly Hotel, Putrajaya, Selangor ((Best Paper Award, Social Science) (SCOPUS index).

15.    Zaiton Hamin, Normawati Hashim & Muhammad Muaz Abdul Hakim, ‘The Ramifications of Forfeiting Property in Money Laundering Cases: Some Evidence from Malaysia’, 2016  3rd International Conference on Science and Social Research, (CSSR), 6-7 Dec 2016, The Everly Hotel, Putrajaya, Selangor ((Best Paper Award, Social Science) (SCOPUS indexed).
16.    Zaiton Hamin, Normah Omar and Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘FATF and Lawyers’ Obligations under the AML/ATF Regime in Malaysia’, paper presented at International Accounting and Business Conference 2015, (IABC 2015), 17-18 August 2015, The Everly Hotel, Putrajaya (ISI/ SCOPUS- Index).
17.    Zaiton Hamin, Normah Omar and Muhammad Muaz Abdul Hakim, ‘When Property is the Criminal: Confiscating Proceeds of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Malaysia’, paper presented at International Accounting and Business Conference 2015 (IABC 2015), 17-18 August 2015,The Everly Hotel, Putrajaya (ISI/ SCOPUS- Index).
18.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman and Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘Watching the Watchers: The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and the Gate-Keeping Role of Lawyers under the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing (AML/ATF) Regime in Malaysia’,  paper presented at 4th International Conference on Law and Society (ICLAS IV 2015) , 10-11 May 2015, Auditorium Academic Building, UNISZA, Trenganu.
19.    Zaiton Hamin, Hayyum Suleikha Selamat and Rohana Othman, “Catch Me If You Can: The Role of FATF in Guiding Terrorsim Financing Investigation” paper presented at 4th International Conference on Law and Society (ICLAS IV 2015) , 10-11 May 2015, Auditorium Academic Building, UNISZA, Trenganu.
20.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad; and Mohd Bahrin Othman, “Implications of the Electronic Filing System: Some Observations from Malaysia” paper presented at 4th International Conference on Law and Society (ICLAS IV 2015), 10-11 May 2015, Auditorium Academic Building, UNISZA, Trenganu.
21.    Zaiton Hamin, Rafizah Abu Hassan and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Challenges in Rehabilitating the Prisoners for Parole Release: Some Preliminary Evidence from Malaysia’, paper presented at 4th International Conference on Law and Society (ICLAS IV 2015), 10-11 May 2015, Auditorium Academic Building, UNISZA, Trenganu.
22.    Zaiton Hamin, Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli; Prof Dr Normah Hj Omar and Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘Reporting Obligation of Lawyers under the AML/ATF Law in Malaysia’, paper presented ASEAN Conference on Environment-Behaviour Studies (AcE-Bs), 25-27 August 2014, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, S. Korea,
23.    Zaiton Hamin, Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli and Muhammad Umar Abdul Razak, ‘The Legal Quagmires in the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001’, paper presented at the International Conference on Law, Policy and Social Justice (ICLAPS 2014), 10-11 September 2014, Park Royal Penang Resort, Batu Feringgi Beach, Penang.
24.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman and Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘Managing Recidivism Risks Within The Parole System’, paper presented at the International Conference on Law, Policy and Social Justice (ICLAPS 2014), 10-11September 2014, Park Royal Penang Resort, Batu Feringgi Beach, Penang.
25.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman and Saslina Kamaruddin, ‘The Evolution of Anti-Money Laundering And Anti-Terrorism Financing (AML/CFT) Regime In Malaysia’, paper presented at the International Conference on Law, Policy and Social Justice (ICLAPS 2014), 10-11 September 2014, Park Royal Penang Resort, Batu Feringgi Beach, Penang.
26.    Zaiton Hamin; Normawati Hashim and Muhammad Muaz Abdul Hakim, ‘When Property Is Guilty of a Crime: Civil Forfeiture under the AMLATFA 2001’, paper presented at the International Conference on Law, Policy and Social Justice (ICLAPS 2014), 10-11 September 2014, Park Royal Penang Resort, Batu Feringgi Beach, Penang.
27.    Mazlina Mangsoor,  Zaiton Hamin  and Mazlifah Mangsoor, ‘The Right To Assemble in Malaysia:  The Sword and the Shield of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012’,  paper presented at the International Conference on Law, Policy and Social Justice (ICLAPS 2014), 10-11 September 2014, Park Royal Penang Resort, Batu Feringgi Beach, Penang.
28.    Zaiton Hamin, Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, Normah Hj Omar and Muhammad Umar Bin Abdul Razak, ‘Recent Development in the AML/CFT Law in Malaysia’, paper presented at the 3rd International Congress on Interdisciplinary Behaviour and Social Sciences 2014 (ICIBSOS), 1-2 November 2014, Bali Dynasty Hotel, Bali, Indonesia (ISI/SCOPUS Index).
29.    Zaiton Hamin, Rafizah Abu Hassan and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Emerging Issues in Parole Release by the Parole Board: Some Evidence from Malaysia’,  paper presented at 3rd International Congress on Interdisciplinary Behaviour and Social Sciences 2014 (ICIBSOS), 1-2 November 2014, Bali Dynasty Hotel, Bali, Indonesia (ISI/SCOPUS Index).
30.    Zaiton Hamin, Hayyum Suleikha Selamat and Rohana Othman, ‘Conceptualizing Terrorism Financing in the Age of Insecurity’, paper presented at the International Conference on Law, Order and Criminal Justice (ICLOCJ) 2014, 19-20 November 2014, International Islamic University, Gombak, Selangor.
31.    Zaiton Hamin, Siti Saidah Nafisah Omar and Rohana Othman, ‘Building Bridge to Criminality by the Non Profit Organizations in the Risky Society’, paper presented at International Conference on Law, Order and Criminal Justice (ICLOCJ) 2014, 19-20 November 2014, International Islamic University, Gombak, Selangor (Best Paper Award).
32.    Zaiton Hamin & Nadzriah Ahmad, ‘Need-Based Approach to Juvenile Offenders Rehabilitation: Some Evidence From Malaysia’, paper presented at the 2nd Annual International Conference on Forensic Sciences & Criminalistics Research (FSCR 2014), 24-25 November 2014, Hotel Fort Canning, Singapore (ISI/SCOPUS Index).
33.    Zaiton Hamin and Zaharah Elias, ‘Issues and Challenges in the Investigation of Corruption Cases: Some Evidence from Malaysia’, International Islamic Accounting and Finance Conference (IIAFC), 23 Mac 2013, Concorde Hotel Shah Alam, Selangor.

34.    Zaiton Hamin and Zaharah Elias, ‘Enforcing the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009: Whither the Witnesses’ Legal Protection?’, International Islamic Accounting and Finance Conference (IIAFC), 23 Mac 2013, Concorde Hotel Shah Alam, Selangor.

35.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘ICT support of the judiciary: The Malaysian experience’, 1st International Conference on Innovation and Sustainability (ICOIS 2013), 3-4 April, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Kuala Lumpur.
36.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman and Zaharah Elias, ‘Floating on a Legislative Framework in Flood Management in Malaysia: Lessons from the United Kingdom’, AMER International Conference on Quality of Life, 6-7 April 2013, Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa, Langkawi, Kedah.   
37.    Zaiton Hamin and Mazlina Mohamad Mangsor @ Mansoor, ‘Media Ownership Regulation in Malaysia: Lessons from the United Kingdom’, 5th International Conference on Financial Criminology, 28-29 May 2013, Holiday Inn, Shah Alam, Selangor.
38.    Zaiton Hamin and Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, ‘Money, Money, Money, Must be plenty in the Rich Men’s World? Constructing Criminal Property in Money Laundering Offences in the UK’, 5th International Conference on Financial Criminology, 28-29 May 2013, Holiday Inn, Shah Alam, Selangor.
39.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman and Zaharah Elias, ‘Business Judgment Rules: A Protective Arm Around Honest Company Directors’, 5th International Conference on Financial Criminology, 28-29 May 2013, Holiday Inn, Shah Alam, Selangor.
40.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Courting Risks at the Courts: The Perception of Risks in the Adoption of ICT at the Malaysian Courts’, 5th International Conference on Financial Criminology, 28-29 May 2013, Holiday Inn, Shah Alam, Selangor.
41.    Zaiton Hamin, Rafizah Abu Hassan & Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Managing the Risks within the Parole System: What Works’, 5th International Conference on Financial Criminology, 28-29 Mei 2013, Holiday Inn, Shah Alam, Selangor.
42.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad & Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘A Study of the Socio-legal Impacts of ICT Adoption by Malaysian Courts’, International Conference on Business and Management, 5-7 June 2013, Hilton Hotels Izmir, Turkey.
43.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Zaharah Elias, ‘Sustainable Management of Flood Risks in Malaysia: Some lessons from the Legislation in England and Wales’, AicE-Bs 2013 London Asia Pacific International Conference on Environment-Behavior Studies, 4-6 September 2013, University of Westminster, London, UK (SCOPUS Index).
44.    Zaiton Hamin, Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, Prof Dr Normah Hj Omar &  Tuan Awang Armadajaya Pengiran Awang Mahmud, ‘Following the Dirty Money: Legal Issues in Legislating against Money Laundering in Malaysia’, International Conference on Governance, Management & Financial Criminology (ICGMF) 2013, 2-5 September 2013, University of Wakaito, Hamilton, New Zealand.
45.    Zaiton Hamin, Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, Prof Dr Normah Hj Omar, ‘Quagmire in the Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Financing of Terrorism Regimes in Malaysia’, International Congress on Inter-disciplinary Behaviour & Social Sciences (ICIBSoS), 4-5 November, 2013, Swiss Bell Ciputra Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia (SCOPUS Index).

46.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad & Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘ICT Adoption by the Malaysian High Courts: Exploring the Security Risks Involved’, International Conference on Innovation, Management and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 21- 22 May 2012, Equatorial Hotel, Melaka (IEEE).

47.    Zaiton Hamin, Zaharah Elias and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Risky Society, Chaotic Life: Disaster Management Laws Timely?’, International Conference on Innovation, Management and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 21-22 May 2012, Equatorial Hotel, Melaka (IEEE).

48.    Zaiton Hamin and Mazlina Mohamad Mangsor @ Mansoor, ‘Controlling Media Ownership in Malaysia: Lessons from the USA’, International Conference on Innovation, Management and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 21-22 May 2012, Equatorial Hotel, Melaka (IEEE).

49.    Zaiton Hamin, Rafizah Abu Hassan and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘The Green, Green Grass of Home: Issues in Releasing Prisoners on Parole’, International Conference on Innovation, Management and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 21-22 May 2012, Equatorial Hotel, Melaka (IEEE).

50.    Zaiton Hamin, Zaharah Elias and Habibah Omar, ‘Conceptualising Corruption and Its Legal Control, International Conference on Innovation, Management and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 21- 22 May 2012, Equatorial Hotel, Melaka (IEEE).

51.    Zaiton Hamin, Siti Hafsyah Idris and Abu Bakar Abdul Majeed, ‘Public Engagement in Biosafety Decision-Making Process: Appraising the Law in Malaysia’, International Conference on Innovation, Management and Technology Research (ICIMTR), 21-22 May 2012, Equatorial Hotel, Melaka (IEEE).

52.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad and Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Security Implications of ICT Adoption in the High Courts of Malaysia’ IACSIT Conference,  9-10 June 2012, Quality Hotel, Singapore (ISSN 2010-460X).

53.    Zaiton Hamin and Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘The Roles and Challenges of the Parole Officers in Integrating Prisoners into the Community under the Parole System’, ASEAN Conference on Environment Behaviour Studies, 15 – 17 June 2011, Savoy Homann Bidakara Hotel, Bandung, Indonesia (SCOPUS).

54.    Zaiton Hamin, Ani Munirah Mohamad & Mohd Bahrin Othman, ‘Benefits and Achievements of ICT Adoption by the High Courts in Malaysia’, Symposium on Humanities, Science and Engineering Research (SHUSER 2012), 26 June 2012, Renaissance Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. (IEEE).

55.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Ani Munirah bt Mohamad, ‘Socio-Legal Impacts of ICT Adoption: A Case Study of the Malaysian High Courts’, IT Security for the Next Generation Asia Pacific & MEA Cup 2012 Conference for Young Professionals, 14-16 Mac 2012, City University of Hong Kong.

56.    Zaiton Hamin, Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, Normah Omar and Awang Armadajaya Pangiran Mahmud, ‘Regulating Customer Due Diligence within financial Institutions in Malaysia and the United Kingdom’,  International Conference on Human Sciences and Humanities (ICOSH), 12-13, Dec 2012, Fakulti Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, Universiti Kebangsaan, Bangi, Selangor (IEEE Index).

57.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Ani Munirah Mohamad, ‘Challenges in the Adoption of ICT by the Malaysian Courts’, International Conference on Human Sciences and Humanities (ICOSH), 12-13, Dec 2012, Fakulti Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor (IEEE Index).

58.    Zaiton Hamin and Mazlina Mohamad Mangsor, ‘Regulating Media Ownership in Malaysia: Lessons From Australia’, International Conference on Human Sciences and Humanities (ICOSH), 12-13, Dec 2012, Fakulti Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor (IEEE Index).

59.    Zaiton Hamin and Zaharah Elias, ‘Mapping Disaster Risk Reduction in the Age of Uncertainty’, International Conference on Human Sciences and Humanities (ICOSH), 12-13, Dec 2012, Fakulti Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor (IEEE Index).

60.    Zaiton Hamin, ‘Whither the Cybercrime Law: Governing Cyber Security Threats in the Information Age’, International Conference on Financial Criminology 2011, 8-9 June 2011, Pullman Hotel, Putrajaya Lakeside, Putrajaya. Organized by Accounting Research Institute (ARI) and the Faculty of Accountancy UiTM, Selangor.

61.    Zaiton Hamin & Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘The Roles and Challenges in the Rehabilitation of Prisoners under the parole System in Malaysia’, ASEAN Conference on Scientific and Social Science Research, 22-23 June 2011, The Gurney Hotel Resort & Residences, Penang,  organized by UiTM Perlis, Kedah, Penang, Perak.

62.     Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Ani Munirah bt Mohammad, ‘Socio-Legal Implications of Courtroom Technology: A Case Study of the High Courts in Malaysia”, 2011 IEEE Colloquium on Humanities, Science and Engineering Research, 5-6 December 2011, Park Royal Hotel, Penang, organized by IEEE Malaysia PEL/IE/IA Joint Chapter and Research Management Institute, UiTM (IEEE Index).

63.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman  & Ani Munirah bt Mohammad, ‘The Rise of the Machines: Courting Security Risks in the Courts” International Conference on ‘Emerging Issues in Public Law: Challenges and Perspectives 2011, 13-14 December 2011, Faculty of Law, UiTM, Shah Alam, Selangor.

64.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘Going Back to the Community: Emerging Issues In The Discretionary Release By the Parole Board’, International Conference on ‘Emerging Issues in Public Law: Challenges and Perspectives 2011, 13-14 December 2011, Faculty of Law, UiTM, Shah Alam, Selangor.

65.    Zaiton Hamin & Hafsyah Idris, ‘Engaging the Public in Biosafety Decision-Making process: The Role of Law in Malaysia”, International Conference on ‘Emerging Issues in Public Law: Challenges and Perspectives 2011, 13-14 December 2011, Faculty of Law, UiTM,  Shah Alam, Selangor.

66.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Noraziah Abu Bakar, ‘Regulating Fraudulent Land Transactions in Malaysia: Some Lessons from Australia’, International Conference on ‘Emerging Issues in Public Law: Challenges and Perspectives 2011, 13-14 December 2011, Faculty of Law, UiTM, Shah Alam, Selangor.

67.    Zaiton Hamin, Mohd Bahrin Othman & Zaharah Elias, ‘Risky Society, Risky Law : The Legal Duties Of The Fire and Rescue Officers Under The Fire Service Act 1988”, International Conference On ‘Emerging Issues in Public Law: Challenges and Perspectives 2011, 13-14 December 2011, Faculty of Law, UiTM, Shah Alam, Selangor.

68.    Zaiton Hamin, Habibah Omar & PM Zaharah Elias, ‘The Sins of C: Crafting Corruption in the Challenging World’, International Conference On ‘Emerging Issues In Public Law: Challenges and Perspectives 2011, 13-14 December 2011, Faculty of Law, UiTM, Shah Alam, Selangor.

69.    Zaiton Hamin & Ani Munirah Mohamad, ‘Courtroom Technology in Malaysia: Achievements and Legal Challenges Ahead ”, ASEAN Conference on Scientific and Social Science Research, 22-23 June 2011, The Gurney Hotel Resort & Residences, Penang, organized by UiTM Perlis, Kedah, Penang, Perak.

70.    Zaiton Hamin & Rafizah Abu Hassan, ‘The Roles and Challenges of the Parole Officers in Reintegrating Prisoners into the Community under the Parole System”, ASEAN Conference on Environment-Behaviour Studies, 15-17 June 2011, Savoy Homann Bidakara Hotel, Bandung, Indonesia.

71.    Zaiton Hamin & Siti Hafsyah Idris, ‘Bioethical Issues on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in Malaysia: Biting into the Legal Protection under the Biosafety Act  2007”, 2011 2nd  International Conference on Biotechnology and Food Science, 1-3 April 2011, Bali Island, Indonesia, organized by APCBEES.

72.    Ani Munirah Mohamad and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zaiton Hamin, ‘Conceptualising Courtroom Technology: Some Observations From Foreign Jurisdictions’, presented at National Postgraduate Seminar 2010, 6-7 July 2010, Grand Blue Wave Hotel, Shah Alam, Selangor.

73.    Zaiton Hamin & Ani Munirah Mohamad, ‘Courtroom Technology: Understanding its Concept and Applications” presented at Asian Law Institute Conference 2010, 25-26 May 2010 at International Islamic University Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia.


International Publication Reviewer

1.    Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, (2016), “Flipping the Script: Masculinity and Reintegration in a Parolee Monitoring Program”. Q2 Journal Manuscript Reviewer.

2.    Crime, Law and Social Change Interdisciplinary Journal, (2015). “Laws Monitoring the Use of Genetically Modified Biological Agents Smuggled into Malaysia for Bioterrorism”. Q2 Journal Manuscript Reviewer.

Postgraduate Supervision

 

Successful Postgraduate Candidate

1.    Mohd Bahrin Othman, A Critical Study on the Viability of the Personal data Protection Legal Framework in Malaysia: With Special Reference to the EU and the UK Legal Frameworks, (Graduated in 2009).

2.     Hartini Saripan on A Study of the Application of the Digital Signature Law in Protecting Internet Banking Transactions in Malaysia, With Special reference to the EU and the UK Digital Electronic Laws (Graduated in 2012).

3.        Ani Munirah, A Study on the Legal Implications of Courtroom Technology in the Civil Justice System in the High Courts in Malaysia: With Special Reference to the Position in the UK (Graduated in 2017).

  Ongoing Postgraduate supervision

1.    Rafizah Abu Hassan, A Study on the Viability of the Parole System in Balancing the Rehabilitation and Surveillance Objectives Under the Prison Act 1995: With Special Reference to the Legal Position in the UK. (Waiting for VIVA).

2.    Mazlina Mangsoor, A Comparative Study on the Communications Laws in Regulating Media Ownership in Malaysia, Australia and the UK.

3.    Saslina Kamaruudin, A Study On The Compliance Of Legal Practitioners To Their   Obligations Under The Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing And Proceeds Of Unlawful Activities Act 2001 in   Malaysia: With Special Reference To The European Union & The   United Kingdom Legal Framework.

4.    Muhammad Muaz Abdul Hakim, The Legal Implications of Assets Forfeiture in Money Laundering & Terrorism Financing Cases under the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing & Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act (2001) In Malaysia: With Special Reference To The European Union and The United Kingdom Legal Framework.

5.    Wan Rosalili Wan Rosli, The Study on The Legal Protection For Cyber Stalking Victims In Malaysia: With Special Reference To The Legal Positions In The United Kingdom and Singapore.

6.    Ahmad Ridhwan Abd Rani, A Study on the Implications of the Plea Bargaining Process in Criminal Cases under the Criminal Procedure Code 1976 In Malaysia: With Special Reference to the Legal Positions in the United Kingdom and the United Stated of America.

7.    Collin Babat, Judicial Approach in Sentencing Female Infanticide Offenders under the Penal Code in Malaysia: With Special Reference to the Legal Position in the United Kingdom.

 Postgraduate External Examiner

1.    Abdul Qudus, Pemakaian Undang-Undang Jenayah Komputer Di Malaysia: Satu Analisa, Ijazah Saujana Undang-Undang, Faculty of Law, UKM, 2005.

2.     Tan Guat Cheng, Prosecution of Drug Trafficking Offences in Malaysia, LLM, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, 2012.

3.     Mohammad Najih, Dasar Perundangan Pencegahan Jenayah Rasuah: Kajian Perbandingan Indonesia & Malaysia, PhD, Faculty of Law, UKM, 2014.

4.     Norjihan Ab Aziz, The Need for a Legal Framework For Criminal Prosecution in Malaysia, PhD, Faculty of Law, International Islamic University Malaysia, 2015.

5.     Hoessin Taji, A Legal Analysis on the Issues on Cyberspace Identity Theft, PhD, Faculty of Law, UKM, 2016.

6.     Adam Mohamed Ahmed Abdel Hameed, Balancing Law Enforcement Interest in Criminal Proceedings with the Accused’s Privacy Right, PhD, Faculty of Law, UKM, 2017.

Consultancy

1.    Asian Institute of Finance, Bank Negara Malaysia, Assessing Money Laundering Course, 2013 – 2015.

2.     Asian Institute of Finance, Bank Negara Malaysia, Rapporteuring Service for Financial Crime Conference, Kuala Lumpur, 2013 – 2015.

3.    Cyber Security Malaysia, Rapporteuring Service for Award, Conference and Exhibition,    Ipoh, 2013-2014

Award

1.    Excellence Award 2003.
2.     Excellence Award 2004.
3.    Excellence Award 2014.
4.    Excellence Award for Best Research Evaluator, Social Science, 2016
5.    Appreciation for Research Grant Evaluation for Social Science (IRMI), 2016
6.     Best Paper Award at International Conference on Law, Order and Criminal Justice (ICLOCJ) 2014, 19-20 November 2014, International Islamic University, Gombak, Selangor.
7.    Best paper Award (Social Science), 2016 International Management & Accounting Conference (IMAC 8), 28-29th Sept 2016, Langkawi, Kedah.
8.     Best Paper award (Social Science), 2016  3rd International Conference on Science and Social Research, (CSSR), 6-7 Dec 2016, The Everly Hotel , Putrajaya, Selangor,
9.    Best Paper Award (Social Science) 2016  3rd International Conference on Science and Social Research, (CSSR), 6-7 Dec 2016, The Everly Hotel, Putrajaya, Selangor.
10.    Best Paper Award (Social Science) 2016  3rd International Conference on Science and Social Research, (CSSR), 6-7 Dec 2016, The Everly Hotel, Putrajaya, Selangor.  

Commision of Trust

2000 - now    Member of Vetter of Examination Papers Committee, Faculty of Law, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia  
2010- now   Review panel member for the Ministry of Higher Education Research Grant, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia  
2016 - now    Member of Editorial Board for UITM Law Review, Faculty of Law, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia  
2016 - now     Member of the Research Committee, Faculty of Law, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia   
2017 - now     Panel of Expert (Criminology) for Dewan Bahasa & Pustaka, Government of Malaysia, for Criminology Dictionary for Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei & Singapore.
2016    International reviewer for Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, on “Flipping the Script: Masculinity and Reintegration in a Parolee Monitoring Program”.
2015    International reviewer for Crime, Law and Social Change Interdisciplinary Journal, “Laws Monitoring the Use of Genetically Modified Biological Agents Smuggled into Malaysia for Bioterrorism”.

MEMBERSHIPS OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES

2013 - now    Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)
2013 –     now    IEEE


Collaboration

2016 - 2017   Prof Emeritus Dr. Clive Walker, School of Law, University of Leeds, England, United Kingdom, on a book chapter entitled ‘Governing the Non-Profit Organisations Against Terrorist Financing: The Malaysian Legal and Regulatory Modalities’ in Walker & King (ed.) (2017) The Handbook on Criminal and Terrorist Financing Law, Palgrave Macmilan Publication, United Kingdom (Forthcoming).
2016-2017    Dr. Colin King, Sussex Law School, University of Sussex, England, United Kingdom, on a book chapter entitled ‘Governing the Non-Profit Organisations Against Terrorist Financing: The Malaysian Legal and Regulatory Modalities’ in Walker & King (ed.) (2017) The Handbook on Criminal and Terrorist Financing Law, Palgrave Macmilan Publication, United Kingdom (Forthcoming).
2013-2014    Tuan Awang Armadajaya, Attorney-General Chambers, Malaysia on the research on The Compliance of Legal Professionals With Their Obligation to Report Under The Anti-Money Laundering and Countering of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Laws in Malaysia and the United Kingdom (Accounting Research Institute, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia).
2015 -2016    Royal Malaysian Customs on the research on The Influence of Competency, Organizational Commitment and Professionalism in Detecting the Prevalence of Money Laundering Activities Among Customs Officers: Case Of Cross Border Movement (Accounting Research Institute,)


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