Siti Fazilah Abdul Shukor

Siti Fazilah Binti Abdul Shukor is a Lecturer for the Department of Business and Public Administration at the Faculty of Business and Finance, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Law) degree, a Master of Comparative Laws from the International Islamic University Malaysia, and a Bachelor's degree in Law and Commerce (Honours) from Management and Science University (MSU). Her research areas include Law, Industrial Relations, Law of Dismissal, Employment Law, and Human Rights Law. Siti Fazilah has been a Lecturer at the Department of Business since October 16, 2013. Her teaching expertise encompasses courses such as Communication Law, Construction Law, Malaysian Legal System, Business Law, Corporate and Business Law, Company Law, Malaysian Company Secretarial Practice, and Legal Framework and Banking Law. She has received recognition for her academic excellence, having been awarded the Best Student Award (Academic) for the degree of Bachelor in Law and Commerce (Honours) at Management and Science University, Malaysia.


Regulating Fair Competition Toward Sustainable Development Goals
Siti Fazilah Abdul Shukor, Farahdilah Ghazali, Nur Yuhanis Ismon, Aerni Isa. © 2024. 285 pages.
The necessity for the fundamental practice of regulating fair competition in a globalized world cannot be overstated. This promotes innovation, productivity, and serves as a...
Energy Transition Toward a Low-Carbon Economy in Malaysia: Do We Need a Liberalizing Electricity Market?
Farahdilah Ghazali, Siti Fazilah Abdul Shukor, Nur Yuhanis Ismon. © 2024. 20 pages.
Some studies have found that liberalized electricity market led to acceleration of the development of renewable energy sector, particularly with community-based financing for...
Human Trafficking and Forced Labour in Southeast Asia: Legal Framework and a Way Forward
Farahdilah Ghazali, Siti Fazilah Abdul Shukor. © 2023. 18 pages.
Human trafficking and forced labour are not new issues in Southeast Asia, and they are still prevalent today. This chapter explores the social and ecological dynamics of...