Legal Tech Meetup in Johannesburg

Legal Tech Meetups Launched

An exciting new series of meetups has been launched for tech and legal experts to share thought leadership ideas on how to...

LSSA Commends IEC on Sample Vote Audit

The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) acknowledges that the elections were generally free and fair.  The LSSA commends the IEC on...
Caselines and OCJ

South African OCJ implements digital justice system from CaseLines

South Africa is implementing paperless digital courtrooms across the country after selecting CaseLines - the world’s leading global...
New LSSA President and Vice-President

Law Society Elects New President and Vice-Presidents

The Law Society of South Africa has elected Mvuzo Notyesi as President, Baitseng Rangata as Vice-President and Jan van Rensburg as Acting Vice-President at...
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When is a debt not a “debt”?

Once upon a time, not too long ago, the word “debt”1 in the 1969 Prescription Act (the “Act”)2 covered just about any obligation to...
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Looking back at the regulatory changes that took place in 2018

While 2018 was a challenging and dynamic year for business professionals in the legal and regulatory domain, it was also a year of great...
LSSA calls for end of violence in Zimbabwe

Law Society of South Africa Urges Zimbabwean Government to Restore Order

The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) is deeply concerned about developments in Zimbabwe and it urges the Zimbabwean government to normalise the situation...
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Law Society Welcomes Concourt Judgement Relating to the SADC Tribunal

The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) welcomes the Constitutional Court judgment which confirmed that former President Jacob Zuma’s participation in the decision-making process...
eDRS system roll-out in 3 years

Deeds Office says e-DRS Roll-out in 3 Years

Yip, you are not seeing things, The Chief Registrar of Deeds reported this at the stakeholder’s engagement meeting held at Pietermaritzburg Deeds Office last...
Whistle_blowing LSSA

Law Society Launches Independent Whistle-Blowing Channels to Report Exam Leaks

The Law Society of South Africa (LSSA) has appointed an independent law firm to investigate the leakage of the August 2018 Attorneys Admission Examination...