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2019 South African Law Reform Commission Legal Essay Competition The South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC) is engaging young legal minds in generating innovative ideas on issues of law reform.As from 2019, the Competition is dedicated to the memory of the late Chief Justice Pius Nkonzo Langa who served South Africa with dignity and distinction.Drawing on the inspirational legacy of Justice Pius Langa, the South African Law Reform Commission in partnership with sponsors Juta Law invites ALL law students studying towards an LLB or LLM at a South African University to submit their innovative ideas championing law reform issues into the 2019 South African Law Reform Commission Legal Essay Writing Competition.
Follow this link to read more about the 2019 South African Law Reform Commission Legal Essay Competition.
SUBMIT ENTRIES BY 31ST JANUARY 2020 TO: The Assistant Secretary, South African Law Reform Commission, Private Bag X668, Pretoria, 0001 or email [email protected]
The essay offers a discussion on the powers of the Public Protector and a brief analysis of government's actions following the Public Protector's report on the Nkandla scandal.
The essay highlights the important role the Public Protector plays in upholding the rule of law in South Africa, and how this role is often threatened in practice.
I would encourage all law students to enter such competitions and take advantage of any opportunities to partake in legal writing.
I am very grateful to my family for their encouragement and support; and to Ms Murcott for her valuable guidance and comments on my dissertation which ultimately helped shape the final essay.' She is serving her articles of clerkship as a candidate attorney at Mac Roberts Attorneys since the beginning of this year.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Pretoria is proud to announce that Aadelah Shaik Yakoob is the winner of the South African Law Reform Commission's (SALRC) 2015 Ismail Mahomed Law Reform Essay Competition in the LLB category.
Her essay, titled "Ambiguity surrounding the powers of the public protector - a threat to the rule of law" was assessed as the winning essay by an independent panel composed of professors from the University of Fort Hare, Rhodes University and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.
Their essays appear below, in alphabetical order by each author’s last name.
We extend to Mary and Asal our sincerest congratulations—as we also congratulate and thank all the students whose excellent essays we read.