SA LAWYER

CURRENT ISSUE: January 2024

Contents 
Understanding business liability when using AI-generated content
A guide for small to medium-sized law firms to survive the digital era
Brave legal practitioner risks it all to save a man from hijackers
Celebrating the women who took the first step to pave the way for generations to follow: 100 years of women in the legal profession
Associations for the legal profession – how can they help you?

Black Conveyancers Association
Cape Town Candidate Attorneys’ Association
Eastern Cape Provincial Legal Practitioner’s Association
Employ a Lawyer
Gauteng Attorneys’ Association
Legal Practitioners’ Association of Limpopo Province

Law Society of South Africa National Wills Week 
Interpreting digital data – a look at the LSSA’s digital platforms
LEADing the legal profession into the future 

 

 

 

Guidelines for articles in SA Lawyer

The next issue of SA Lawyer will be available in November 2023. To contribute your article, click on the guidelines below and submit your article to: DeRebus@DeRebus.org.za

 

Previous issues:

September 2022

Contents 
Welcome to SA Lawyer
Legal practitioners are urged to use the Automated Monthly Transfer System on LPFF accounts
LPDF to include advocates to become beneficiaries of the fund
Chief Justice Zondo commends WOZA for recognition of female legal practitioners
Young and newly admitted legal practitioners should be a part of the Wills Week initiative
What are the digital statistics of De Rebus telling us?
Associations for the legal profession
Poor Board Examination results – a matter of concern for the LPC and its stakeholders

 

 

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