Candidate legal practitioners

LEAD and SASSETA opportunity for candidate legal practitioners

The Law Society of South Africa’s, Legal Education and Development Division and SASSETA are offering an opportunity for university graduates to partake in a Work Integrated Learning Programme. If you […]

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Driver’s licence: A barrier preventing entry into the attorneys’ profession

By Clement Marumoagae The South African government, South African universities, the legal profession, as well as various sectors of our society continuously engage the debate relating to the transformation of […]

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From LLB to admission – are there any guarantees?

By Kyle Stephen Abrahams Studying towards becoming an attorney can be an exciting and rewarding career. Students are told that once they obtain their law degrees that a bright and […]

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Open letter to candidates sitting for the notarial examinations

By Examiner, Gauteng As a member of both the drafting panel and panel of examiners for notarial papers, I must admit to being somewhat alarmed and concerned about the standard […]

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Young attorneys as brands

By Kim Pietersen The expression, ‘starting at the bottom of the food chain’, is a familiar tune to any candidate attorney. Having just graduated from law school, one steps into […]

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Candidate attorneys finding the first rung on the corporate ladder

By Matthew Schoonraad The prerequisites to becoming a proficient director at an upmarket corporate law firm usually includes years of experience as an associate, time spent in court or at […]

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The role of candidate attorneys in the legal profession

By Clement Marumoagae The purpose of this article is to acknowledge the launch, in October last year, of a forum for candidate attorneys, ‘The Candidates’ (the forum). The formation of […]

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