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LexisNexis and Africa Legal partner to advance the Rule of Law

LexisNexis South Africa has cemented a strategic partnership with Africa Legal aimed at advancing the Rule of Law in Africa and impacting the work of legal professionals across the continent...

Issued by LexisNexis 17 Jun 2021

Court services at Protea Magistrates Court temporarily suspended

The Department of Justice and Correctional Services has announced the temporary suspension of services at the Protea Magistrates Court until further notice...

14 Jun 2021

Juta & Co.'s Kamal Patel is inspired by the possibilities for our legal profession's future

Juta & Company Kamal Patel's focus since arriving at Juta has been on digital transformation and technological innovation...

Issued by Juta and Company 11 Jun 2021

Embracing legal technology to stay ahead

While the Covid-19 pandemic has enforced new ways of working, the challenge for law firms now is to embrace technology to stay ahead and meet the growing needs of a rapidly changing world and its associated legal challenges...

By Videsha Proothveerajh, Issued by LexisNexis 3 Jun 2021

Baker McKenzie SA launches mentorship programme

Law students are invited to apply for Baker McKenzie's mentorship programme, which will take place online from 7 September - 22 October 2021...

1 Jun 2021

New Durban court offers online protection order applications

The recently opened Durban Point Magistrate's Court will be the first in the country where domestic violence survivors can apply for a protection order online...

26 May 2021

Dlamini finally pays R650,000 owed in legal costs

Bathabile Dlamini, former Minister of Social Development, has at last paid R650,000 in legal costs owed to the Black Sash Trust and Freedom Under Law...

By Liezl Human 14 May 2021

South Sudan's chief justice is overstepping his bounds: why it matters for the rule of law

South Sudan's chief justice, Chan Reec Madut, has been implicated in serious corruption allegations since independence. Some relate to the recruitment process within the judiciary...

By Mark Deng 13 May 2021

Kenya set to appoint first female chief justice at sensitive moment

Kenyan judge Martha Koome has defended dissidents and helped to write women's rights into the constitution - now she's on track to be the first female chief justice in a country where the role is particularly sensitive...

By Duncan Miriri 11 May 2021

#BehindtheBrandManager: Penny Biram of Norton Rose Fulbright SA

For our #BehindtheBrandManager series, Penny Biram, head of Marketing at Norton Rose Fulbright SA, reiterates the importance of compliance checks, and chats about the differences managing consumer and legal brands...

By Shan Radcliffe 29 Apr 2021

#BehindtheBrandManager: Tereza Correia of Yolk on rebranding Andersen in SA

For our #BehindtheBrandManager series this month, we chatted to legal marketing consultant, co-founder and strategic lead at Yolk, Tereza Correia, who currently manages the Andersen brand in South Africa...

By Shan Radcliffe 22 Apr 2021

Benefits of using eDiscovery technology

As we well know, the volume of data being generated is growing rapidly. eDiscovery involves almost all information capable of being stored electronically, across multiple formats...

By John de Villiers, Issued by LexisNexis 20 Apr 2021

LexisNexis South Africa launches ERG Chapter

LexisNexis South Africa (LNSA), in partnership with global parent company, RELX Group, launched its Employee Resource Group (ERG) Chapter in South Africa on Tuesday, 13 April 2021, to drive the company's commitment to inclusion and diversity (I&D)...

Issued by LexisNexis 19 Apr 2021

Why virtual safety officers are the next evolutionary step in health and safety

When it comes to health and safety laws, there is a belief that this is only applicable to high-risk industries. However, OHSA actually applies to every single business...

By Louise Woodburn 15 Apr 2021









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