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Bursaries for Law Studies 2015
|During 2015, bursaries will be available to students to pursue their studies at a suitable institution for a law degree recognised in Namibia. See the details and download the application form here.|
Remarks on the opening of the High Court Year 2014
The Honourable Mr Utoni Nujoma, Minister of Justice:
"The Ministry of Justice is committed to be a model provider of accessible and timely justice for all Namibians." Read the speech here...
The Honourable Mr Petrus Damaseb, Judge-President of the high Court of Namibia:
"I am hopeful that 2014 will be a year of progress, innovation and co-operation between the courts, policy makes and the organised profession .." Read the speech here...
The Learned Prosecutor – General:
"I can assure all those present that I, in my capacity as the Prosecutor-General and all members of my office are committed to make the year 2014 a successful High Court legal year." Read the speech here...
Mr Alwyn Harmse, President of the Law Society of Namibia:
"Various challenges such as the introduction of the new High Court Rules and the E-Justice systems await the legal profession." Read the speech here...
Law Society bursary recipients for 2014
|As part of its policy to promote the education of candidates to gain entry to the legal profession, the Law Society with the assistance of the Legal Practitioners Fidelity Fund and the Namibian Legal Practitioners’ Trust awarded nine bursaries for 2014. See the recipients, here...|
The Law Society of Namibia Council 2013 - 2014
From Left to Right
Back - Beatrix Greyvenstein & Ramon Maasdorp
Middle - Retha Steinmann (Director), Carol Williams, Ingrid Husselmann & Nolan Swarts
Front - Dee Sauls, (Vice President) & Alwyn Harmse (President)
Insert - Pieter de Beer
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