Posts in Practice Management
SALRC conference: Paper on The evolution of legal services – legal costs in the bigger picture of today’s realities

From 31 October to 2 November 2018, South African Law Reform Commission hosted the International Conference on Access to Justice, Legal Costs and other Inventions in Durban.

KOHMAP director Ignaz Fuesgen was invited to present his paper and speak on “The evolution of legal services – legal costs in the bigger picture of today’s realities” (paper | presentation).

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Taking leave from its senses or why big law is neglecting its corporate reputation

From allegations of sexual misconduct, accusations of money laundering and assistance in state capture, breach of professional rules, pursuit of questionable client matters, potential conflicts of interest to such obscure examples of poor judgement, such as the illegal dumping of a family dog’s carcass in a suburban street, partners of large law firms try their best these days to make headlines for the wrong reasons.

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6 Questions for ... Nicolene Schoeman-Louw

Nicolene Schoeman-Louw, an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa, conveyancer, notary public, mediator, author, regular radio show guest and, last but not least, an entrepreneur, talks about shifting paradigms in the legal profession, small businesses and entrepreneurs and many more topics.

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6 Questions ... for Dr Jeanne-Mari Retief

Dr Jeanne-Mari Retief, an admitted attorney, registered Prince 2 practitioner and accredited Belbin provider talks about her passion for Human Rights and Criminal Law, leadership and business innovation in legal practice management, and the role female attorneys can play in the evolution of a modern legal profession.

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