New director for Durban School for Legal Practice

July 1st, 2013

By Barbara Whittle

Fahreen Kader was appointed as the director of the Law Society of South Africa’s School for Legal Practice in Durban earlier this year.

Before joining the school, Ms Kader practised as an attorney at Berkowitz Cohen Wartski, specialising in com­mercial, matrimonial and personal injury litigation in both the High Court and magistrate’s court. She lectured part-time at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in commercial law subjects.

Ms Kader completed her full-time tertiary education in 2003, attaining an LLB and a BSc (Industrial Psychology). During this time, she also lectured full-time at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

She is a published author, having co-authored T Mongalo, C Lumina and F Kader Forms of Business Enterprise (Cape Town: New African Books 2004) and B Hansjee and F Kader The Survivor’s Guide for Candidate Attorneys (Cape Town: Juta Law 2010).

Compiled by Barbara Whittle, communications manager, Law Society of South Africa,

This article was first published in De Rebus in 2013 (July) DR 19.

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