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WHY CHOOSE LEAD? With 30 years of experience, the legal education division of the LSSA understands the needs of a modernday law practice. COMPULSORY Practical Vocational Training for Candidate Legal Practitioners – 2020 LEAD offers a wide range of top-quality courses, seminars and certificate programmes designed to give legal practitioners the knowledge and skills to manage their practices successfully. Introduction to the course The Legal Practice Council via the Legal Practitioners Fidelity Fund, provides funding to make these activities affordable to the profession. by the Legal Practice Council (LPC). This Before admission as a legal practitioner an LLB graduate must serve as a candidate legal practitioner with a practising legal practitioner and attend a course approved compulsory course for candidate legal practitioners has been approved for this purpose. The course consists of two modules: Module I is designed to assist students to Legal Education and Development Tel: 27 (0)12 441 4600 PO Box 27167 Sunnyside 0132 Docex 227 Pretoria prepare for the first paper in the Admission Examination. Module II is designed to assist students prepare for the second, third and fourth papers in the Admission Examination. Old Main Building, The course is presented on a full-time; Unisa Sunnyside Campus, part-time; and evening basis. 145 Steve Biko Street, Sunnyside, Legal Practitioners Admission Examinations Candidate legal practitioners may complete the four papers of the examination in any sequence. The dates of the Legal Practitioners Admission Examination are taken into account when the course is presented. Examination dates 2020 Date 1: 6 and 7 March 2020 Date 2: November 2020 subject to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic First paper: High Court procedure; magistrate’s court procedure; personal injury claims and Who can attend? criminal procedure. Pretoria E-mail: courses@LSSALEAD.org.za Registered candidate legal practitioners, Second paper: Website: www.LSSALEAD.org.za during their terms of service under their Law Society of South Africa Tel: 27 (0)12 366 8800 PO Box 36626 Menlo Park 0102 Docex 82 Pretoria 304 Brooks Street, Menlo Park, Pretoria practical vocational training (PVT) contracts or after completion of their PVT contracts (please refer to reg 6 in terms of s 109(1)(a) of the Legal Practice Act 28 of 2014 (LPA)). Preference is Administration of deceased estates, drafting of wills, succession. Third paper: given to candidate legal pracitioners in their Practice, duties, ethics and functions of a final year of their PVT contracts. Should a legal practitioner. prospective student not satisfy the requirements to participate, they may submit a Fourth paper: special motivation for attendance addressed Legal Practitioners Accounts Management to the LEAD course coordinators. (Legal Accounting). Website: www.LSSA.org.za Lifelong learning towards a just society NB: The course for Legal Practitioners Accounts Management is presented over one full week. This is done to ensure the subject is concluded before the Admission Examination. Page 1 of 5

Full-time course 23 days split in two sessions over the year Module I is presented during the first semester of 2020 so as to assist candidate legal practitioners with their preparation for the first paper of the Admission Examination session in August 2020. Module II is presented in the second aforesaid number has been reached, all – Alternative dispute resolution; further registrations will automatically be – Information and communications enrolled for Evening 1(B). – Evening 1(A) and (B): Modules l and ll assist candidate legal practitioners with their preparation for the entire Admission Legal practice Examination session in August 2020. – Numeracy skills (offered online, including – Evening 2: Modules l and ll assist candidate legal practitioners with their preparation for the second to fourth papers preparation for the entire Admission of the Admission Examination session in the Examination in March 2020. Part-time course (Modules I and II) aspects of cyber law (online); and – Insolvency practice (blended learning). semester of 2020 with the focus on following year. technology for practice, and associated Times attendance for those who fail the online assessment); – Introduction to practice management (offered online); – Legal costs; – Legal practitioners accounts Full-time and part-time course: management (currently referred to as Training takes place from approximately ‘Bookkeeping’); and – Value-Added Tax. The part-time course will, as far as possible, 08:00 to 16:00. be presented on one full day per week over a Johannesburg evening course: period of approximately five months. Training takes place from approximately Notes: Attendance of the part-time course assists 17:30 to 21:00. Legal Practitioners Accounts candidate legal practitioners to prepare for Times may change to suit local preferences. Management is presented over one full all the papers of the Admission Examination week. LEAD arranges the subject in this session held during August 2020. (An Material exception is the Cape Town (II) (part-time) Students receive the following from LEAD concluded before the Admission and Johannesburg (Evening 2) courses some three weeks after the registration Examination. commencing in May 2020, which prepares closing date – candidates for the March 2020 session of the Admission Examination.) The advantage of the part-time course is that candidate legal practitioners are not absent from the office for extended, continuous periods. They also have time between sessions to apply the skills they have learnt, as well as to prepare for the next session. Below are the days of the week that the part-time course is presented, unless otherwise arranged. Pretoria – University of South Africa: Wednesdays Durban – University of KwaZulu-Natal: Thursdays Cape Town (I) – Waalburg – (part-time): Fridays Cape Town (II) – Waalburg – (part-time): Fridays Evening course in Johannesburg The course is presented on two evenings per week over a period of five months. – confirmation of registration, daily programme and details of the venue; – instructions with regard to preparation; and – documentation in support of the lectures, practical exercises, notes, forms, etcetera. Should the student register late, the material will be available at the course centre. Research has shown that a large percentage of candidates do not have the required numeracy skills. Therefore, candidates will undergo a compulsory assessment regarding numeracy skills during the course. Where applicable, candidates will be required to enhance their numeracy skills and undergo post-assessment. Introduction to practice management, forms of business enterprise, numeracy Subjects skills and customary law will be conducted Module I (e-LEADER) for candidates to work through Practice and procedure – Constitutional practice; – High Court practice; – Magistrate’s Court practice; – Criminal Court practice; – Personal injury claims (blended learning); and – Professional legal ethics. Evening 1(A) is presented on Monday and Module II Wednesday evenings. Evening 1(B) is Practice and procedure presented on Tuesday and Thursday – Wills and estates; evenings. manner as the subject should be online via the e-learning platform on their own. Material will be online and no hard-copies will be provided. Students must submit assignment to LEAD via e-LEADER. Catch-up classes Catch-up classes can be arranged at a cost of R 200 per class. Contact the course coordinator for more information. Attendance of certain subjects only – Drafting of contracts; Students and other interested parties may Only 100 candidate legal practitioners – Matrimonial law (blended learning); enroll for certain subjects. Contact the will be enrolled for Evening 1(A). Once the – Labour dispute resolution; course coordinator for more details. Page 2 of 5

Registration fees Johannesburg – School for Legal Practice (full-time) The registration fee must be paid in full on registration. Course modules/ subjects Full-time: Module I Pietermaritzburg – University of Fees candidate legal practitioner Fees non-registered candidate legal practitioner R 1 975 R 2 425 KwaZulu-Natal (full-time) Course directors Bloemfontein – University of the Free State: Mr EC Muller Full-time: Module II R 2 425 R 2 975 Part-time and evening R 4 400 R 5 400 Cape Town – Waalburg: Dr MA Sulaiman Durban (full-time) – University of KwaZuluNatal: Ms F Kader Attendance of certain subjects only Durban (part-time) – University of Full-time, part-time and evening R 2 375 R 3 175 Per subject (excluding Attorneys Bookkeeping) R 1 575 R 1 875 Attorneys Bookkeeping only R 1 875 R 2 075 KwaZulu-Natal: Mr MN Mpya Johannesburg (full-time) – University of the Witwatersrand: Mr D Dass Johannesburg (part-time) – School for Legal Practice: Ms C Singh Language medium of course Medium of instruction is English at all the centres. Please note that the language medium of the course is independent of the language medium at the relevant university. LEAD retains the right to change the language medium. Course coordinators Contact the following LEAD coordinators for all your course queries: Molalatladi Modiba: Supervisor – Distance and Courses Tel: 27 (0)12 441 4655 E-mail: andries@lssa.org.za Course Centre: Pretoria – University of South Africa (part-time) Prudence Mabena: Training Coordinator Tel: 27 (0)12 441 4624 E-mail: Prudence@LSSALEAD.org.za Course centres: Durban – University of KwaZulu-Natal (full-time) Cape Town (I) and (II) – Waalburg (full-time and part-time) Bloemfontein – University of the Free State (full-time) Dodo Dubazane: Online Training Coordinator Tel: 27 (0)12 441 4647 E-mail: dodo@LSSALEAD.org.za Course centre: All centres (online) E-mail: jackson@LSSALEAD.org.za Course centres: Tel: 27 (0)12 441 4623 University of Pretoria (full-time) E-mail: maria@LSSALEAD.org.za Durban – University of KwaZulu-Natal Witwatersrand (Evening 1(A) and 1(B)); Pietermaritzburg – University of KwaZuluNatal: Ms C Badul Port Elizabeth – Nelson Mandela University: Ms D David Potchefstroom – North-West University: Ms M van Wyk Pretoria – University of Pretoria: Prof A Kok Pretoria – University of South Africa: Mr NC Malatsi. Tel: 27 (0)12 441 4628 Coordinator Johannesburg – University of the the Witwatersrand: Mr D Dass Jackson Ndhlovu: Training Coordinator Maria Mokwape: Senior Training Course centres: Johannesburg (Evening 2) – University of (part-time) Johannesburg – University of the Witwatersrand (Evening 2) Johannesburg – University of the Witwatersrand (full-time) Durban – University of KwaZulu-Natal (full-time) Potchefstroom – University of North West (full-time) Tamara Sihlangu: Mediation Project Tel: 27 (0)12 441 4673 Course centres: Port Elizabeth – Nelson Mandela University (full-time) Page 3 of 5

Course Schedule 2020 (Closing dates for registration appear in red) Note: Dates will be assess and review based on the COVID-19 regulations Town/city centre Full time Module I Full time Module II Part-time Module I & II Evening Module I & II Bloemfontein University of the Free State 09/03/2020 – 20/03/2020 07/02/2020 05/10/2020 – 21/10/2020 04/09/2020 – – Cape Town (I) 31/08/2020 – 11/09/2020 12/06/2020 09/11/2020 – 25/11/2020 04/09/2020 28/02/2020 – 10/07/2020 30/1/2020 – Cape Town (II) – – 17/9/2020 – 18/12/2020 21/08/2020 – Durban University of KwaZulu-Natal 17/08/2020 – 28/08/2020 10/7/2020 02/11/2020 – 18/11/2020 11/09/2020 13/02/2020 – 25/06/2020 17/1/2020 – Johannesburg School for Legal Practice 31/08/2020 – 11/09/2020 17/7/2020 02/11/2020 – 18/11/2020 2/10/2020 – – Johannesburg University of the Witswatersrand (Evening 1A) 31/08/2020 – 11/09/2020 17/7/2020 02/11/2020 – 18/11/2020 2/10/2020 – 10/02/2020 – 08/07/2020 (class full) Johannesburg University of the Witswatersrand (Evening 1B) – – – 04/08/2020 – 14/12/2020 (class full) Johannesburg University of the Witwatersrand (Evening 2) – – – 04/08/2020 – 14/12/2020 3/7/2020 Pietermaritzburg University of KwaZulu-Natal 24/08/2020 – 04/09/2020 24/7/2020 2/11/2020 – 18/11/2020 09/10/2020 – – Port Elizabeth Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University 31/08/2020 – 11/09/2020 17/07/2020 09/11/2020 – 20/11/2020 02/10/2020 – – Potchefstroom North-West University (English) 17/08/2020 – 28/08/2020 10/07/2020 26/10/2020 – 11/11/2020 30/9/2020 – – – – 19/02/2020 – 22/07/2020 17/01/2020 – Pretoria University of Pretoria (English 1) 17/08/2020 – 28/08/2020 10/7/2020 05/10/2020 – 21/10/2020 4/9/2020 – – Pretoria University of Pretoria (English 2) 07/09/2020 – 18/09/2020 07/08/2020 09/11/2020 – 20/11/2020 02/10/2020 – – Pretoria University of South Africa Page 4 of 5

Accommodation, refreshments and meals Students should make their own accommodation arrangements and will be responsible for settling their own accounts. 3 Attendees should note the citation of Ex parte Postma 1999 (3) SA 762 (T) where Van Dijkhorst J commented on satisfactory attendance. ‘The applicant execute the prescribed evaluation procedure pertaining to the course; and refrain from disrupting training activities in any way. was absent for four out of the 23 days of the course. This is definitely not 7 The LSSA regards any fraudulent actions satisfactory attendance. Workload is no regarding the attendance registers in the registration fee. excuse’ (freely translated from Afrikaans a very serious light and severe action to English). This citation was reported and will be taken by the LSSA on proof of Dress code noted by other judges. such misconduct by students. The LSSA Refreshments and meals are not included in Informal, but neat. reserves the right to terminate the attend4 LEAD suggests that candidate legal ance of an attendee who does not comply Code of conduct and satisfactory attendance practitioners ensure that they have a with the code of conduct. No attendance 100 % attendance in order to avoid certificate will be issued under such complications with their application for circumstances. 1 Students are expected to attend and admission as a legal practitioner. participate actively in all training activities in a satisfactory manner. Mere physical presence does not constitute satisfactory attendance. 5 Students should further note that late arrival and/or early departure is equal to non-attendance. 2 If an attendee is unable to attend a lecture for whatever reason, they will be marked as ‘absent’. This includes sickness, family responsibility leave or duty at their firm. In exceptional cases, a ‘catch-up’ class 6 Students must – prepare adequately for every training session; conduct themselves in a courteous can be arranged with the course manner towards fellow attendees, coordinator at a fee. instructors and course coordinators; In terms of the LPA, rights of appearance in Superior Courts by ‘attorneys’ are subject to three years’ post-admission, unless a trial advocacy certificate is obtained from a training provider accredited by the LPC. Page 5 of 5

DOCUMENT REQUIRED Copy of ID document Please complete the form below and e-mail or fax it together with PROOF OF PAYMENT to annelie@LSSALEAD.org.za or fax no 086 215 6764. DETAILS DOCUMENT REQUIRED Copy of ID document Surname: DETAILS Date of birth: Full names: D D M M Y Y Y Y ID number: Surname: Race: (optional, but assists in assessing trends in the profession) D Date of birth: Employer: D M M Y Y Y Title: Full names: Y ID number: Title: Race: Postal(optional, address: but assists in assessing trends in the profession) Code: Employer: Docex address: Postal Postal address: address (student not employer): Docex address: Tel no (w): ( ) Code: Tel no (h): ( ) Postal E-mail:address (student not employer): Tel no (w): ( of candidate: ) Qualifications N (a) Degree(s): Fax no: ( Disability: Tel no (h): ( ) E-mail: At which university(ies)?: ((c) Y N ) Qualifications of candidate: (a) Degree(s): N Articles of clerkship: (a) Period of contract: Y N ) Cell no: ( ) Nature of disability: Fax year(s) no: ( obtained?: ) (b) Which Disability: Cell no: ( Nature of disability: (b) Which year(s) obtained?: (b) Date of commencement: D D M M Y Y Y Y Articles of clerkship: (a) Period of contract: (b) Date of commencement: D D M M Y Y Y NOTIFICATION OF CHANGES IN PARTICULARS Name of principal: Language preference: It is the duty of the course attendee to inform LEAD immediately in writing of any change of particulars or address. LEAD will not accept any responsibility for course material and other documentation which is lost if a course attendee does not timeously inform LEAD of such changes. NOTIFICATION OF CHANGES IN PARTICULARS Have you previously attended the LEAD course: Y N (a) If so, at which centre? It is the duty of the course attendee to inform LEAD immediately in writing of any change of particulars or address. LEAD will not accept any responsibility for course material and other (b) Which part? which is lost if a course attendee does not timeously inform LEAD of such changes. (c) Which year? documentation Y (c) At which university(ies)?: (Name of principal: Language preference: Y Have you previously attended the LEAD course: CENTRE AND COURSE N (a) If so, at which centre? (b) Which part? (c) Which year? There are a limited number of places available at each centre. Therefore, it is important that applicants submit their forms timeously by the closing date. Centre and course: Please indicate your choice with X in the highlighted spaces. If you want to register for certain subject(s) only, please indicate this in the blocks below this table. CENTRE AND COURSE Full-time (Module I) Full-time (Module II) Part-time (Module 1 & II) Evening (Module 1 & II) Centres Bloemfontein: University of the Free State (English) – There are a limited number of places available at each centre. Therefore, it is important that applicants submit their forms timeously by the closing– date. Centre and course: Please Cape Town: (1) indicate your choice with X in the highlighted spaces. If you want to register for certain subject(s) only, please indicate this in the blocks below this table. – Cape Town:20 Centres Part-time (Module 1 & II) – Evening (Module 1 & II) Durban: University of KwaZulu-Natal Bloemfontein: University of the Free State (English) (2) Full-time –(Module I) Full-time –(Module II) – – Johannesburg Cape Town: (Full-time): (1) University of the Witwatersrand – – Johannesburg Cape Town: (Full-time): (2) School for Legal Practice JHB – – – – Johannesburg (Evening 1): University of the Witwatersrand Durban: University of KwaZulu-Natal – – – – Johannesburg (Full-time): (Evening 2):University Universityofofthe theWitwatersrand Witwatersrand Johannesburg –– – – Port Elizabeth:(Evening Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Johannesburg 1 ): University of the Witwatersrand – – – – Potchefstroom:(Evening North-West University Johannesburg 2): Univers Pretoria: UniversityUniversity of South of Africa Pietermaritzburg: KwaZulu-Natal –– – – – – – – – Pietermaritzburg: University of KwaZulu-Natal Johannesburg (Full-time): School for Legal Practice JHB – – Pretoria: University of Pretoria Port Elizabeth: Nelson Mandela(English niversity) – – Pretoria: University of PretoriaUniversity (English ) Potchefstroom: North-West – – Pretoria: University of Southyour Africa – ELECTIVES (Please indicate choice with X in the appropriate box, which elective subject you wish to study:) – Pretoria: University of Pretoria (English ) Conveyancing OR ) Labour Dispute Resolution and Insolvency Pretoria: University of Pretoria (English – – – – – – – ELECTIVES (Please indicate your choice with X in the appropriate box, which elective subject you wish to study:) Conveyancing OR Labour Dispute Resolution and Insolvency ohannesb rg Evening (1b): University of the Witwatersrand Attendance of certain subjects only: Centre: Page 1 ofspecify 2 Please subjects: 2012 v2.indd Compulsory Course for Candidate Attorneys 2013.indd 6 6 Page 1 of 2 Page 1 of 2 2011/11/30 2:29 2:53 PM 2012/11/16

by Credit Card: by Employer Attendee Amount: R Budget facility: Yes No Number of months: REGISTRATION FORM: COMPULSORY COURSE LEAD COURSE: FULL-TIME, PART-TIME AND EVENING (ENROLMENT FORM CONTINUED) FORMaster CANDIDATE ATTORNEYS 20 (CONTINUED) Card COURSE: Visa Diners Club AND Expiry date: D D M M YFORM Y Y Y LEAD FULL-TIME, PART-TIME EVENING (ENROLMENT CONTINUED) PAYMENT OPTIONS Payment PAYMENT OPTIONS Card Number: Name of Cardholder: PAYMENT OPTIONS Payment by Credit Card: by Employer Attendee Amount: R by Credit Card: by Employer Attendee Amount: R Date: D D M M Y Y Y Y SIGNATURE: Budget facility: Yes No Number of months: Budget facility: Yes No Number of months: For security reasons, credit card payment requests must be accompanied by photocopies of both sides of the credit card. Master Card Visa Diners Club Expiry date: D D M M Y Y Y Y Master Card Visa Diners Club Expiry date: D D M M Y Y Y Y Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT): by Employer Attendee Amount: R Card Number: Name of Cardholder: Card Number: Name of Cardholder: Bank: First National Bank (FNB) Branch: Pretoria Branch code: 251445 Account Holder: Law Society of South Africa Account Number: 62009641079 Date: D D M M Y Y Y Y SIGNATURE: Date: D D M M Y Y Y Y SIGNATURE: Account Ref: (surname; n t e ne n e ) NB – please provide all the required details to ensure prompt registration. For security reasons, credit card payment requests must be accompanied by photocopies of both sides of the credit card. For security reasons, credit card payment requests must be accompanied by photocopies of both sides of the credit card. Payment by cheque: by Employer Attendee Amount: R Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT): by Employer Attendee Amount: R Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT): by Employer Attendee Amount: R Cheques must be made payable to Law Society of South Africa and forwarded to LEAD, PO Box 27167, Sunnyside, 0132 or Docex 227, Pretoria Bank: First National Bank (FNB) Branch: Pretoria Branch code: 251445 Account Holder: Law Society of South Africa Account Number: 62009641079 Bank: First National Bank (FNB) Branch: Pretoria Branch code: 251445 Account Holder: Law Society of South Africa Account Number: 62009641079 NAME: SIGNATURE: Date: D D M M Y Account Ref: (surname; n t e ne n e ) NB – please provide all the required details to ensure prompt registration. Account Ref: (surname; n t e ne n e ) NB – please provide all the required details to ensure prompt registration. Y Y Y TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PRINCIPAL Payment by cheque: by Employer Attendee Amount: R Payment by cheque: by Employer Attendee Amount: R I herewith nominate (full name of candidate attorney) to attend the above practical course and Cheques must be made payable to Law Society of South Africa and forwarded to LEAD, PO Box 27167, Sunnyside, 0132 or Docex 227, Pretoria confirm will be excused ALLof office duties forand the forwarded period concerned, and that leaveSunnyside, of absence willorbe granted the days that the course is being presented. Cheques that musthe/she be made payable to Lawfrom Society South Africa to LEAD, PO Box 27167, 0132 Docex 227, for Pretoria NAME: SIGNED BY PRINCIPAL: NAME: SIGNATURE: SIGNATURE: Date: D D M Date: M Date: Y D YD D YD M YM M M Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y TO BE COMPLETED BY THE PRINCIPAL DECLARATION BY THE TO BE COMPLETED BY APPLICANT THE PRINCIPAL I herewith nominate (full name of candidate attorney) to attend the above practical course and Iconfirm ,herewith declare I ofwill nominate (full name candidate attorney) attend and that he/she will be excused from ALL office duties for the period concerned, and that leave of that absence be granted for theto days thatthe theabove coursepractical is being course presented. am that fully he/she conversant with the details the course and confirm application for will registration is subject thethat requirements attendance; confirm will be excused fromcontained ALL office in duties for thebrochure period concerned, andthat thatmy leave of absence be granted for the to days the coursefor is being presented. undertake at all times to carry out instructions given to me by LEAD, the course director (or his/her assignee) and the instructors, and to abide by the code of conduct; SIGNED BY PRINCIPAL: Date: D D M M Y Y Y Y undertake not to be absent from the course without the prior permission of the course director; SIGNED BY PRINCIPAL: Date: D D M M Y Y Y Y accept that I have to sign an attendance register for those sessions that I am present; DECLARATION BY THE APPLICANT state that my attendance will be in accordance with the Code of Conduct which is published in this brochure; DECLARATION BY THE APPLICANT accept that an attendance report will be issued to me only after satisfactory completion of the full course. I, declare that I I further accept that the Law Society of South Africa regards any fraudulent actions re the attendance registers in a very serious light and that severe actions will be taken by the I , am fully conversant with the details contained in the course brochure and confirm that mydeclare that I for registration is subject to the requirements for attendance; application Law Society of South Africa on proof of such misconduct by me. fully conversant with the details contained given in the to course brochure and confirm that my for registration is subject to thetorequirements for attendance; am undertake at all times to carry out instructions me by LEAD, the course director (orapplication his/her assignee) and the instructors, and abide by the code of conduct; to carry outthe instructions given the to me by permission LEAD, the course (or his/her assignee) and the instructors, and to abide by the code of conduct; undertake undertake at notalltotimes be absent from course without prior of the director course director; SIGNED BY CANDIDATE ATTORNEY: D M M Y Y Y Y to be the course without the prior permission of the course Date: director; D undertake accept thatnot I have to absent sign anfrom attendance register for those sessions that I am present; accept that I have to sign an attendance register for those sessions that I am present; state that my attendance will be in accordance with the Code of Conduct which is published in this brochure; NOTIFICATION OF CANCELLATION OFin REGISTRATION that my be accordance the Code of satisfactory Conduct which is published in full thiscourse. brochure; state accept that anattendance attendancewill report will be issuedwith to me only after completion of the accept thatthat an attendance report be issued to me(IPM) only after satisfactory completion of the full course. –further I understand that withLaw Introduction to Practice Management and examinations (portfolios) will be doneinonline I confirm I have to the e-LEADER plaform via theby Internet. I accept the Society ofwill South Africa regards anyassignments fraudulent actions re the attendance registers a veryand serious light andaccess that severe actions will be taken the Cancellation of registration must be done in writing. If registration is cancelled before the course material has been forwarded, an administration fee of R150.00 will be levied. ILaw further accept that the Lawon Society Africa regards any fraudulent actions re the attendance registers in a very serious light and that severe actions will be taken by the Society of South Africa proof of of South such misconduct by me. Cancellation after this stage will result in the full registration fee being forfeited. Law Society of South Africa on proof of such misconduct by me. SIGNED BY CANDIDATE ATTORNEY: ENQUIRIES SIGNED BY CANDIDATE ATTORNEY: Date: Date: D D D D M M M M Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y NOTIFICATION OF CANCELLATION REGISTRATION For more information on this offering,OF please consult the LSSA website or contact Maria Mokwape: Senior Training Coordinator Tel: 27 (0)12 441-4600 E-mail: maria@LSSALEAD.org.za Course NOTIFICATION OF CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION centres: Cape Town – Waalburg Centre; Pretoria – University of Pretoria; Pretoria – University of South Africa Cancellation of registration must be done in writing. If registration is cancelled before the course material has been forwarded, an administration fee of R150.00 will be levied. Cancellation of registration must be done in writing. If registration is cancelled material has been forwarded, an administration fee of R150.00 will be levied. Cancellation after this stage will result in 27 the full441-4600 registration fee being forfeited.before the course Chueu: Training Coordinator Tel: 27 (0)12 E-mail: beverley@LSSALEAD.org.za Course centres: Johannesburg – LSSA– School for Legal Durbanand – University of Beverley Chueu: Training Coordinator Tel: (0)12 441-4600 E-mail: beverley@LSSALEAD.org.za Course centres: Johannesburg LSSA School for Practice; Legal Practice Unisa Florida Cancellation after this stage will result in the full registration fee being forfeited. KwaZulu-Natal; Pietermaritzburg – University of KwaZulu-Natal; Potchefstroom – North-West University Campus; Pietermaritzburg – University of KwaZulu-Natal; Potchefstroom – North-West University ENQUIRIES ENQUIRIES Jackson Ndhlovu:Training TrainingCoordinator Coordinator Tel. Tel. 27 (0)12 441-4600 E-mail: jackson@LSSALEAD.org.za Course centres: Bloemfontein – University theState; Free Port State; Ndhlovu: 27 (0)12 441-4600 E-mail: jackson@LSSALEAD.org.za Course centres: Bloemfontein – University of the of Free Elizabeth; Johannesburg For more information on this offering, please consult the LSSA website or contact Maria Mokwape: Senior Training Coordinator Tel: 27 (0)12 441-4600 E-mail: maria@LSSALEAD.org.za Course – University of the Witwatersrand Please consult the LSSA refer toconsult contact

Training for Candidate Legal Practitioners - 2020 Page 1 of 5 Introduction to the course Before admission as a legal practitioner an LLB graduate must serve as a candidate legal practitioner with a practising legal practitioner and attend a course approved by the Legal Practice Council (LPC). This compulsory course for candidate legal

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