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The Legal Profession

Did you know that women could not enter the profession for decades until a special law was passed?  See De Rebus: http://www.derebus.org.za/the-slow-rise-of-women-in-the-legal-profession/ (2020)

This article by the Minister of Justice, Mr Ronald Lamola, was penned during the COVID-19 lockdown, and considers the role of law and how it must adapt to deal with crisis. (2020).  See: https://m.news24.com/Columnists/GuestColumn/ronald-lamola-the-law-cannot-be-static-or-cast-in-stone-during-covid-19-20200426

Dealing with clients (2018). See https://www.derebus.org.za/some-red-flag-risk-areas-to-keep-a-look-out-for-in-clients/

What clients want. 

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Transformation of the legal profession. 

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The requirement to be a ‘fit and proper person’ (2011) 

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Women in Law and Society. 

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Hurdles faced by start-up law firms (2018).  See https://www.derebus.org.za/letters-to-the-editor-june-2018/

Large firms v small firms (2018).  See https://www.derebus.org.za/large-law-firms-v-small-law-firms/

Re-positioning women in the legal profession (2017).  See https://www.derebus.org.za/re-positioning-women-legal-profession-discussed-sawla-agm/

Career guide to the Legal Profession (2016). 

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The professional duties of a legal practitioner (2019): http://www.derebus.org.za/client-expectations-and-the-professional-duties-of-a-legal-practitioner/

https://www.golegal.co.za/beginners-guide-law-students/

https://www.golegal.co.za/legal-research-purpose-planning/

 

Becoming a Judge, an article by Judges Matter, with video.  Find it at https://www.judgesmatter.co.za/the-jsc/how-to-become-a-judge/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=Judges+how+to+become+judge&fbclid=IwAR2aoz0vMLi9BarMr36DVw9WzHXtI50AAlW6vSJa-JyDzS5TaDguAO9w_7Y