Southeast Asia

Date/Time (Africa/Abidjan)
Date(s) - 2021 May 22
01:00 pm - 05:30 pm


Judge Conference

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  • Introduction

Hi! Thank you for your interest in this conference.

This is a Malaysian judges community centric local conference focusing on Strixhaven new rules updates while promoting a sense of community get-togetherness in this period of isolation, especially with the renewed lockdown and lack of events. With this conference, we hope to reduce the barrier of reluctance of interacting with each other with a smaller, more local environment, especially our new to the scene L1s and give more judges the chance to be able to step up and have the opportunity to present compared to a larger regional conference where they might be far less likely to be chosen to present, especially L1s.

Let this be an opportunity for you to be known, stand out, and get to know and have the chance to interact with the rest of the local Malaysian community!

The conference will be held on the 22nd of May 2021 (Saturday) from 1PM to 5:30PM (GMT+8) Malaysian time.

Applications are accepted until the 17th of May 2021 but read below for more information about support, requirements and priorities.


  • Event Platform

The conference will be run on Discord. The link will be shared on a later date through email notifications and our local Whatsapp channel. It will be the same channel as the previous conference.


  • Promo Support

This conference provides promotional support for JA Judges that attend the conference, in addition to the organizers and presenters.

For this, each presenter/organizer still receives a total of 2 promo packs, each basic attendee will receive 1 promo pack, and each L3 at the conference to receive 1 additional promo packet.

Everyone is welcome to apply and attend, however, for international members of Judge Academy, due to the community focused nature of this conference, you might not be accepted if you have not been a known mentor or contributing member to the community and also for logistics reasons for the difficulties of delivery of the promo support.

There will be a hard limit of 50 participants including staff in the platform used (Discord) and please take note of the community focused environment that we want to cultivate for all attendees and therefore you might encounter Malaysian slang, Bahasa being spoken as well as a liberal use of “Manglish” or Malaysian English or Mangled English depending on your point of view.


  • Conference Topics

“Strixhaven 101: What’s New and You” by Kelvin Ganesan

“Storming Strixhaven School and it’s Perils” by Rick Lee

“Lessons from Lessons” by Tan Zie Aun

“Pop Quiz” from Sashi Balakrishnan


  • Requirements for Support

To be eligible for conference support, you must show your attendance at all seminars via a very short quiz (Questions via Google Forms) at the end of each seminar and participate in the trivia quiz game as well as provide at least one constructive feedback for a seminar.

When we are looking for a constructive feedback, we are looking for something of substance. We understand that this can be subjective so we’ve provided the following guidelines to help you:

If you ever feel that you are unsure whether or not you are able to write a constructive feedback, try answering these questions –

1. What is something specific that you observed?

2. What about it is good OR bad?

3. How does that make you feel?

4. How can that specific thing in (1) can be done better?

As you write your answers to these questions you’ll find yourself creating feedback. We look forward to reading it.


  • Presenter Application

Please email me at if you are interested to present.

Applications for presenters will be considered until 21st of April 2021.


  • Questions?

If you have questions or enquiries please feel free to contact me through!

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