Staff Directory


Duryana Bt Mohamed

Academic Qualification

  • Ph.D in Civil Law - Doctor of Philosophy, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Master in Commercial & Corporate Law - Masters Degree, University of London
  • Bachelor of Laws - Bachelor Degree, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Bachelor in Shariah - Bachelor Degree, International Islamic University Malaysia
  • Matriculation - Certificate, International Islamic University Malaysia

Duryana Bt Mohamed (Assoc. Prof. Dr.)

Associate Professor
IIUM Gombak Campus

AHMAD IBRAHIM KULLIYYAH OF LAWS


mduryana@iium.edu.my
4206


Expert Profile


Dr. Duryana Mohamed started her career as a tutor at IIUM in June 1993. She then continued her studies and became a permanent lecturer in AIKOL after completing her Ph.D in 2008. At present, Dr Duryana is a lecturer at the Department of Legal Practice of Ahmad Ibrahim Kuliyyah of Laws (AIKOL), IIUM. She is also an academic advisor at AIKOL since January 2015 until December 2016.
Prior to that, she served as a coordinator for Soft Skills & Client Consultation Competition from 2009 until 2011. She had also been appointed as a coordinator for Civil Procedure (PART 1) from 2008 until 2013. Dr Duryana has also presented papers in many national and international conferences, and supervised students in the area of e-commerce and electronic evidence.
Dr Duryana is also one of the contributing editors to Malaysian Civil Procedure 2013 (White Book) and 2014 (Supplement) published by Thomson Reuters Sdn Bhd and Sweet & Maxwell Asia. She has published few chapters in books and written articles in areas related to electronic evidence, discovery of documents, e-commerce, data protection and privacy, consumer issues, blog business and cybercrimes. Dr Duryana has also completed her research projects relating to discovery of electronic evidence, combating cybercrimes and is currently working on blog, business and regulatory frameworks. Dr Duryana also had been actively involved in student management and activities by being a residential college fellow (2000 to 2004), and from 2008 until 2015. During these periods she had attended many programmes conducted by IIUM (STAD and AMAD) such as workshops and leadership programmes (MCLEAD).


Area of Specialisation


  • Social Science ~ Social Science ~ Law ~ Cyber/ICT Law - Civil Procedure, cyberlaw, contract, e-commerce, electronic evidence
  • Social Science ~ Social Science ~ Law ~ Civil Law
  • Social Science ~ Social Science ~ Law ~ Contract Law
  • Economics, Business And Management ~ Economics, Business And Management ~ Management ~ Electronic Commerce
  • Social Science ~ Social Science ~ Law Enforcement ~ Evidence and Procedure


Teaching Responsibilities


CIVIL PROCEDURE I 2009/2010 2006/2007 2015/2016 2014/2015 2000/2001 2013/2014 2010/2011 2012/2013 1999/2000 2011/2012 2007/2008 2008/2009 2016/2017 1998/1999 1997/1998
CIVIL PROCEDURE II 2014/2015 2011/2012 2012/2013 1999/2000
COMMUNICATION LAW AND ETHICS 2016/2017
COMPULSORY MOOTS 2017/2018 2016/2017 2009/2010 2008/2009 2013/2014
COMPULSORY MOOTS I 2007/2008
COMPULSORY MOOTS II 2007/2008
CYBER LAW & ETHICS 2007/2008
EVIDENCE I 2019/2020
FAMILY MANAGEMENT & PARENTING 2018/2019 2012/2013 2020/2021 2013/2014 2015/2016 2019/2020 2016/2017 2014/2015 2017/2018
HALAQAH 1 (SISTERS) 2002/2003
HALAQAH 2 (SISTER) 2002/2003
LAW AND SOCIETY II 1996/1997
LAW OF CONTRACT I 2005/2006 2006/2007
LAW OF CONTRACT II 1995/1996
LAW OF TORTS I 2000/2001 1998/1999 1999/2000
LEGAL METHOD 2017/2018
MALAYSIAN LEGAL SYSTEM 2019/2020 2017/2018
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS 2020/2021
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE I 2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 1997/1998
PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE II 1996/1997


Research Projects


Completed
2017 - 2020 Formulating a Legal Framework for the Protection of Medical Apologies in Civil Dispute Resolution Process
2016 - 2019 Legal Framework for Theft of trade secrets and Corporate Espionage in Malaysia: Adhering to the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)
2016 - 2018 Strengthening Patient Safety Laws through the Formulation of a Comprehensive Legal Framework Governing Disclosure of Adverse Events
2012 - 2016 A study of legal issues related to BLOGs businesses in malaysia : A proposal for a regulatary framework
2011 - 2014 Exploring E-Discovery of Documents in Civil Procedure in Malaysia: Issues and Challenges
2010 - 2016 Developing Special Mechanism in Dealing with Testimony of Victim of Child Abuse Case
2009 - 2011 Combating Crimes in Cyberspace and Defending the Cybercriminals: The Malaysian Perspective
On-Going
- Protection of farmers' right in Malaysia : Assessing the current legal framework and international obligations


Award & Recognition


12 Apr, 2018 Best Paper Award - International Islamic University Malaysia in ICLAS 2018 International
20 Feb, 2013 IIUM Research, Invention and Innovation Award 2012 - IIUM University
22 Feb, 2012 two Bronzes medal, IIUM Research, Invention &Innovation Exhibition 2010 - International Islamic University Malaysia University


Publications


Article

2020 Be a model citizen during and after pandemic. New Straits Times, () pp. 0
2020 Business under threat: the criminal liability of trade secret theft in Malaysia?. International Journal of Business and Society, 21 (S1) pp. 49-65
2020 Data In The Internet of Things era: the propertization of data in light of contemporary business practices. International Journal of Business and Society (IJBS), 21 (S1) pp. 81-94
2020 Landlord’s liablity to the power provider for loss of revenue through tampering of electricity meter by the tenant. Malaysian Journal of Business and Economics (MJBE), Special Issue 2019 (2 (December)) pp. 91-97
2019 Akta Kesalahan-kesalahan Seksual terhadap Kanak-kanak 2017: suatu analisis. Kanun: Jurnal Undang-Undang Malaysia, 31 (1) pp. 190-201
2019 Media and communication ethics: legal perspectives and the public expectations. Malayan Law Journal, 2019 (1) pp. lxxiii-lxxiv
2019 Medical apology at a crossroad: a need for the enactment of apology legislations. Malayan Law Journal, 6 () pp. 1xxxi-ciii
2018 An overview of the protection of rights of unborn child under Islamic Law and the Law in Malaysia. Journal of Islamic Law Review, 14 (1) pp. 71-97
2018 Berita palsu dan penyelesaian undang-undang. Berita Harian Online, () pp.
2018 Integriti penentu keamanan manusia sejagat. Berita Harian, () pp. 10-10
2017 Menyelami erti merdeka zaman IT. Berita Harian, () pp. 1-2
2016 The privacy right and right to be forgotten: the Malaysian perspectives. Indian Journal of Science and Technology (IJST), 9 (S1- Special Issue) pp. 1-7
2015 Authentication of electronic evidence in cybercrime cases based on Malaysian laws. Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities (JSSH), () pp. 153-167
2015 Businesses blogging and the effects of non-compliance. Information Management And Business Review, 7 (5) pp. 55-63
2015 Forms of acknowledgement of debt in Malaysia: the legal implications. Global Journal of Business and Social Science Review, 4 (1) pp. 283-289
2015 Regulating cyber related cases from the perspectives of Malaysian and Islamic Laws. Journal of Islamic Law Review, 11 (2 (July - December)) pp. 247-266
2014 Cases of electronic evidence in Malaysia courts: the civil and Syariah perspective . ICSSR e-Journal of Social Science Research, 1 (2) pp. 1-10
2013 Combating the threats of cybercrimes in Malaysia: the efforts, the cyberlaws and the traditional laws. Computer Law & Security Review, 29 (1) pp. 66-76
2013 Discovery to e-discovery of information: legal frameworks in Malaysia, the United Kingdom and the United States. International Journal of Digital Society (IJDS) , 1 (1) pp. 783-790
2013 Gathering of information in Internet environment: balancing the right to discovery and right to protect the privacy under the laws. International Journal of Social Science and Humanity (IJSSH), 3 (2) pp. 103-108
2012 Discovery and inspection of documents under the Malaysian and English Civil Procedure: A Study on cases against the Internet Service Providers (ISPs). Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 6 (11) pp. 185-190
2012 Investigating cybercrimes under the Malaysian cyberlaws and the criminal procedure code: issues and challenges . Malayan Law Journal, 6 () pp. i-ix
2012 Sustaining the right to privacy in E-Commerce environment: The legal approach. OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, 5 (1) pp. 97-106
2011 Computer evidence : issues and challenges in the present and in the future. Legal Network Series (unpublished Current Law Journal), 1 () pp. lxvii
2011 Electronic court system (E-court): development and implementation in the Malaysian courts and other jurisdictions. The Law Review, () pp. 476-489
2011 The process of gathering evidence in civil cases: its application in civil and shariah courts . Shariah Law Reports, 4 () pp. lxxi-c
2011 The process of gathering evidence in civil cases: its application in civil and shariah courts. Malayan Law Journal, 3 () pp. cxxii-clii
2010 Violation of cyberlaws and computer ethics: the consequences and potential legal actions. Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics, 20 (6 supB) pp. 227
Conference or Workshop Item

2019 Landlord’s liablity to the power provider for loss of revenue through tampering of electricity meter by the tenant.. In: International Conference on Business Studies (ICobs) 2019.,
2019 Marriage and cyber infidelity: repercussions and legal solutions. In: 8th International Conference on Law and Society (ICLAS 2019),
2019 Marriage and cyber infidelity: repercussions and legal solutions. In: 8th International Conference on Law and Society (ICLAS 2019),
2018 Cyberstalking and the adequacy of Malaysian laws: an appraisal. In: International Conference on Law and Society 2018,
2018 Data in the Internet of things age: an overview of data property in commercial, academic and legal perspectives. In: International Conference on Law and Society 8 (ICLAS 8),
2018 Imposing the duty of candour on Malaysian healthcare organisations: analysing the medico-legal consequences. In: 7th International Conference on Law And Society (ICLAS 7),
2018 The financial and legal implications of medical apologies in civil litigation. In: 7th RSEP International Social Sciences Conferences,
2017 ‘Medical Apology’ at crossroads: An effective dispute resolution mechanism versus admission of liability. In: International Conference on Dispute Resolution 2017 (ICDR 2017),
2017 Resolving media disputes in defamation cases. In: International Conference on Dispute Resolution 2017 - Modern Trends in Effective Dispute Resolution,
2016 The privacy right and right to be forgotten: the Malaysian perspectives. In: 4th International Conference on Computing, Engineering and Communication Technologies (ICCECT 2016),
2015 Blog business and the laws: effects of non-compliance. In: 7th International Conference on Economices and Social Sciences (ICESS-2015),
2015 Forms of acknowledgement of debt in Malaysia: the legal implications. In: 3rd Global Conference on Business & Social Science Research (GCBSS- 2015),
2014 Authentication of electronic evidence in cybercrime cases based on Malaysian laws and Islamic laws. In: International Conference on Law, Order and Criminal Justice 2014 (ICLOCJ 2014),
2014 Securing online evidence in civil cases: the legal perspectives. In: International Conference on Law, Policy and Social Justice (ICLAPS 2014),
2013 A study on legal issues related to blogs businesses in Malaysia: a proposal for a regulatory framework . In: International Conference on Commercial Laws 2013,
2013 Cases of electronic evidence in Malaysian courts: the civil and syariah perspective. In: The International Conference on Social Sciences Research (ICSSR) 2013,
2013 Gathering of information in internet environment: Balancing the right to discovery and right to protect the privacy under the laws. In: 2013 2nd International Conference on Government, Law and Culture (ICGLC 2013) ,
2013 The application of Islamic laws in cyber related cases: An analysis. In: 1st World Congress on Integration and Islamicisation of Acquired Human Knowledge (FWCII 2013),
2012 Discovery and inspection of documents under the Malaysian and english civil procedure: A study on cases against the internet service providers. In: Technology, Science, Social Science, Humanities International Conference 2012 (TESSHI),
2012 Discovery of electronically stored information (ES1) or e-discovery: the law and practice in Malaysia and other jurisdictions. In: International Confernce on Information Society (i-society) 2012,
2012 Discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) or e-discovery: the law and practice in Malaysia and other jurisdictions. In: International Conference on Information Society (i-society) 2012,
2011 Computer evidence: issues and challenges in the present and in the future. In: International Legal Conference 2011 (ILC),
2011 ISLAM IN CYBER ENVIRONMENT AND THE LEGAL ISSUES IN MALAYSIA. In: National seminar on “New Media and Islamic Issues: Challenges and Opportunities”,,
2011 Sustaining the right to privacy in e- commerce environment: the legal approach. In: International Conference on Sustainable Development 2011,
2010 Violation of cyberlaws and computer ethics: the consequences and potential legal actions. In: The International Conference on Ethics and Professionalism 2010,
2009 Combating crimes in cyberspace and defending the cybercriminals: the malaysian perspective. In: International Conference on Law and Social Obligation: The Way Forward,,
2009 The process of gathering evidence in civil cases: its application in civil and syariah court. In: 4th International Conference on Harmonisation of Civil Law & Shariah 2009,
2008 Ethics in cyberspace: civil and shariah perspective. In: International Seminar on Comparative Law (ISCOM 2008) ,
Book Section

2018 Order 63A: Electronic Filing. In: Thomson Reuters Malaysia Sdn. Bhd., ISBN: 9789672019784 (ProView ebook), pp. 853-862
2018 Right of privacy in the digital age: legal challenges in the Malaysian judicial landscape. In: USIM Press, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, ISBN: 978-967-440-588-5, pp. 179-189
2015 Order 63A: electronic filing. In: Thomson Reuters Malaysia Sdn. Bhd./ Sweet & Maxwell , ISBN: 978-967-0735-90-0, pp. 812-821
2014 Civil procedure. In: CLJ Publication, ISBN: ISBN: 978-967-0748-71-9, pp. 571-592
2014 Discovery of information from the Internet service providers (ISPs): the position under the law in Malaysia and the United Kingdom. In: UiTM , ISBN: 9789670314143, pp. 4-30
2014 Order 63A: electronic filing . In: Thomson Reuters Malaysia Sdn Bhd / Sweet & Maxwell, ISBN: ISBN 978-967-0735-36-8, pp. 1
2014 Sales through blogs in Malaysia: should we regulate them?. In: IAITL, ISBN: 10:87-994854-4-3; 13:978-87-994854-4-4, pp. 195-205
2014 Sales through blogs in Malaysia: should we regulate them?. In: IAITL, ISBN: 10:87-994854-4-3; 13:978-87-994854-4-4, pp. 195-205
2013 Order 63A: electronic filing . In: Thomson Reuters Malaysia Sdn Bhd./ Sweet & Maxwell Asia, ISBN: 978-967-0498-52-2, pp. 792-801
2011 E-commerce and the practice in Malaysia: an overview. In: IIUM Press, ISBN: 9789670225432, pp. 185-213
2011 The process of gathering evidence in civil cases: its application in civil and syariah courts. In: IIUM Press, ISBN: 9789670225890, pp. 475-515