Position, academic & professional qualifications
Noluthando Ncame holds an LLB from the University of Stellenbosch. An LLM in Constitutional and Administrative Law by coursework and an LLM in International Criminal Law by research both from UP. In 2015 she served a 6 month internship in the Legal Services of the Department of Military Veterans. In 2016-2017 she worked as a Candidate Attorney at a law firm in Pretoria; attended Law School for 6 months in UP as well as wrote and passed all of the admission exams. On 20 January 2018 she was admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa. Due to her love for litigation she found that being an advocate was best suited for her. On 20 November 2018 she was admitted as an advocate of the High Court of South Africa. In 2019 she served pupilage as well as wrote and passed all of the Bar Exams at the Pretoria Bar. She is currently a registered and practicing Advocate (legal practitioner) of the High Court of South Africa.
She joined UP in 2021 as an academic associate and became a full-time lecturer in 2022. She currently teaches Legal Interpretation and Human Rights Law, both second year modules. She specialises in international law, constitutional law, administrative law and human rights law. She was awarded the full-time doctoral study bursary by the UP Law Faculty. For her second LLM she was awarded the Post-graduate bursary by the UP vice-principal and the SRC.
- N Ncame ‘The Enigmatic Principle of Complementarity: A Negotiated Machinery for Implementing International Criminal Law’ (2019) 44(1) South African Yearbook of International Law
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