Sam’s legal studies began in England, where he read law at Queen Mary College, University of London. After he graduated, he was called to the Bar of England and Wales.
But Sam missed his homeland. So he returned to Asia to practise conveyancing law and advise foreign investors on their transactions. Eventually, he founded his own legal firm in Penang, which merged to become Messrs Khaw Cheow Poh & Associates in 2009.
As testament to his friendly nature, Sam has stayed in touch with his clients and associates from around the world, forming an influential network of support across Asia, Australia, and Europe. Driven by his passion for Penang, he considers it his true purpose to help his clientsprotect their assets and retire in Malaysia with ease.
Following my recent article on property purchase by foreigners (https://samchoong.com/2020/06/03/purchasing- property-malaysian-secondary-market-foreign-purchaser-needs-know/), it was reported on June 11th, 2020 that the
Inter-state travel in Malaysia, whether by road or by air, requires consent during this Conditional Movement Control Order period. https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2020/05/20/air-travellers-need-permit-too