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Rule amendment

30 July 2020

Notice has been given that the rules of the Legal Practice Council are to be amended to allow legal practitioners to nominate candidates and to cast their votes online, and through email.

Introduction to POPI webinar

9 July 2020

Is your business ready for the POPI Act? Join LexisNexis and Ahmore Burger-Smidt in this introductory webinar to help your establish what your business needs to do to implement data protection.

Risk Alert Bulletin - July 2020

9 July 2020

Risk Alert Bulletin 4 of 2020: A bumper edition which includes all the documents relating to the Legal Practitioners’ Indemnity Insurance Fund 2020/2021 insurance scheme year. 

Autonomy vs isolation

25 June 2020

Fundile Sangoni considers the nature of the remote workplace under COVID-19 and analyses aspects of the apparent advantages of autonomy as opposed to the risks caused by isolation.

Risk Alert Bulletin - June 2020

18 June 2020

Risk Alert Bulletin 3 of 2020: Amendments to the LPIIF Policies; arguments for a delay in the completion of prescription and expiry periods during lockdown; and keeping proper consultation notes.

Surviving and thriving

28 May 2020

With his eyes focused on a post-pandemic future, Jack Crook provides guidelines for law firms on how they can create their own roadmap to both cope with the crisis and how to profit from it.

Life after lockdown

14 May 2020

Getting creative, planning ahead, investing in yourself, going digital, and anticipating the upswing are all part of preparing for  life after lockdown for conveyancers and property professionals.

GAA letter to Acting DG

30 April 2020

The Gauteng Attorneys Association has published a letter to the Acting Director General about the implementation of the amended regulations and their potential impracticalities for Legal Practitioners.

Comments from GAA on LPC document

23 April 2020

The Gauteng Attorneys Association has published a letter in reply to the LPC wanting possible solutions or interventions to minimize the economic and financial impact of COVID-19 on the legal profession.

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