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The Law Society of Namibia (LSN) is a self-regulating body created in terms of the Legal Practitioners Act (1995), which serves the profession and the public by promoting justice, protecting the independence of the judiciary and upholding the Rule of Law.

To catch up with the rapid pace of change in the Namibian and global legal landscape and to enhance the legal profession’s ability to meet the needs of those it already serves / underserves / does not serve at all, the LSN has recently started a project that aims to make recommendations to the Namibian Government and the LSN members, for changes to the profession’s governing instruments, i.e. the Act, the Rules and the Policies. Similarly, changes are proposed for the LSN’s operational arm.

This project strives to put the legal profession in a better position to protect, promote and grow the fundamentals of a free, just and progressive Namibian society.  The LSN looks forward to engage all stakeholders in the legal profession to ensure the successful outcome of this project.

The project requires the assistance of the following professional consultants:

The position applied for must be clearly stated and the Expression of Interest can be submitted via email to:

Mr. Eben de Klerk

Only suitably qualified applicants will be considered for shortlisting.  No documents will be kept or returned.

Closing Date: Friday, 21 October 2016 at 12:00.