Practitioners should note that certificates issued in terms of Section 4(2) of the Right of Appearance in Courts Act 62 of 1995 should be lodged with the LPC within six months …
The code of conduct for all Legal Practitioners, Candidate Legal Practitioners and Juristic Entities has come into effect from the 29th of March 2019, issued in government gazette 42337 Notice 168 of 2019 as corrected in Notice 198 of 2019 government gazette 42364.
The South African Chapter of International Association of Women Judges has developed a unique and insightful mentorship programme that provides Candidate Attorneys the opportunity to be mentored by Judges.
Read the judgment in the matter 2137/2019: Ex Parte Goosen & Others: Full Court Matter which was delivered on 25/03/2019.
Acting Judge Carol Sibiya found that students studying towards the IIE’s LLB degree at Varsity College are qualified to enter the legal profession after graduation ...
In an attempt to enhance its service offering to the profession, the Attorneys Insurance Indemnity Fund NPC (AIIF), has developed a new IT platform on which the Prescription Alert system is run.
Amended interim final court order in the matter LPA Full Court Matter: 2137/2018: Ex Parte R Goosen which was granted on 13/02/2019.
The National Minimum Wage Bill and the Labour Laws Amendment Bill that were signed into law by the President will bring about some major changes in South African labour law and will have significant consequences for employers and employees alike.
The Pretoria Attorneys Association (PAA) bestowed a Life Service Award upon Dr Llewelyn Curlewis on the occasion of the PAA’s Annual General Meeting ...
It was resolved by the Legal Practice Council at its meeting on 31 October 2018, that the Code of Conduct as gazetted by the National Forum on 10 February 2017 will not be effected on 1 November 2018. The LPC will publish it for comment as required by section 36(5) ...