Papers Presented

Title of Paper

Date

Employee

2018

UPICLC Conference

Pretoria, South Africa

Consumer Protection in the age of the Borderless Market and Globalisation

26 - 27 September

Helene Davidtsz

6th ENCLE Conference

Turin, Italy

Clinical Legal Education and Community Service - a clinic's changes through 18 years 20 - 21 September

Frans Haupt

Lourens Grove

Stellenbosch Law Clinic Conference

Stellenbosch

A Tale of Two Cities, Two Conferences, Two Clinics and the Ten Year Journey to achieve Law Reform regarding Garnishment of Wages in South Africa

19 - 20 July

Frans Haupt

The education versus access to justice debate in Law Clinics

19 - 20 July

Piet Breedt

Towards Financial Sustainability: The experience of Pretoria Law Clinic

19 - 20 July

Aniki Grobbelaar

South African Law Teachers Conference

Cape Town

The impracticalities and injustices of the bilingual courts in South Africa

11 - 13 July

Prosper Nkala

The role of the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 in achieving the socio-economic transformation of credit law in South Africa

 

11 - 13 July

Helene Davidstz

Institute for Law Teaching and Learning's Summer Conference

Spokane, Washington

Using technology to facilitate 360 degree assessment of practical skills in a clinical setting

18 - 20 June

Frik Grobler

Sandra Prinsloo

2017

GAJE Conference

Puebla, Mexico

Towards Financial Sustainability: The experience of a South African University Law Clinic

18 December

Frans Haupt

Aniki Grobbelaar

IJCLE Conference

Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK

A tale of two cities, two conferences, two clinics and the 10 year journey to law reform

3 - 5 July

Frans Haupt

The Clinician – identity and impact

3 - 5 July

Lourens Grove

Frik Grobler

IACL Conference

Porto Allegre, Brazil

Garnishment of wages of over-indebted consumers in South Africa – the long road to law reform

15 - 19 July

Frans Haupt

2016

International Legal Ethics Conference VII

New York

Regulation of the Legal Profession and Judiciary

14 - 16 July

Christo Fritz

The effectiveness of legal education in teaching ethics for legal practise in South Africa

14 - 16 July

Christina Mosalagae

Sandra Prinsloo

2015

SLTSA Conference

Varsity College, Durban July

What is good for the Goose is good for the Gander: Institutional independence in the Spheres of Judicial Independence and Prosecutorial Independence

6 - 8 July

Christina Mosalagae

Is customary law a hindrance to women’s rights in democratic South Africa?

6 - 8 July

Simba Tavuyanago

Does awarding rights of permanent residence in terms of section 31 of the Immigration Act amount to a circumvention of the Attorneys Act?

6 - 8 July

Prosper Nkala

Some thought on payday loans

6 - 8 July

Helene Davidtsz

First National Conference on Paralegalism

Pretoria (presented by TUT)

Promoting the recognition of Paralegals

23 - 25 February

Frans Haupt

Charlotte van Sittert

Microlending Conference.

Human Rights Commissions’ Microlending Conference.

Braamfontein

The incidence of and undesirable practises relating to ‘garnishee order’: A follow up report

11 March

Charlotte van Sittert

2014

The 2nd annual International Mercantile Law Conference:

University of the Free State, Bloemfontein

Polygraph testing – The truth regarding employees’ rights

5-7 November

Christo Fritz

Conference of the Society of Law Teachers of Southern Africa (SLTSA):

University of the Witwaters-rand, Johannesburg

Should one give notice of intended legal action against an organ of state in a debt-related case?

January

Helene Davidtsz

Concurrent creditor’s liability to contribute: A vulture culture?

January

Elzemari Temperman

Some consumers are more equal than others: The enforcement of consumer rights in the South African context of economic diversity.

January

Trish Erasmus

12th Conference of the International Journal of Clinical Legal Education (IJCLE):

Palacky Univeristy, Olomouc, Czech Republic

Teaching students ethics and professionalism when and where it matters – using negotiation classes in a clinical setting to teach ethics beyond the ethics course

July

Frans Haupt

Lourens Grove

2013

14th Conference of the International Association of Consumer Law:

University of Sydney, Australia

Diverse options and diversified regulation in the South African credit industry: Analysing the unintended obstacles to effective debt relief

(Paper 1)

July

Frans Haupt

Diverse options and diversified regulation in the South African credit industry: Analysing the unintended obstacles to effective debt relief

(Paper 2)

July

Jani van Wyk

 

Some consumers are more equal than others: The enforcement of consumer rights in the South African context of economic diversity.

July

Trish Erasmus

The incidence of and undesirable practises relating to garnishees

July

Charlotte van Sittert

2012

University-Community Engagement Conference (UCEC):

Thammasat University, Thailand

The evolution of a South African university legal aid clinic- from volunteerism to institutionalised community engagement: Lessons learned along the way

January

Frans Haupt

Towards ‘Clinic for all’: The evolution of a South African university law clinic- from volunteerism to institutionalised community engagement

July

Frans Haupt

 

IJCLE Conference:

Northumbria University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Experience in developing a research and short courses department at the University of Pretoria Law Clinic: The potential bridge between providing clinical legal education, conforming to institutional policies and fostering working relationships with the profession and public

July

Jani van Wyk

Substituted service: Revisiting the old and exploring the new

July

Lourens Grove

The best interests of the child: Should a parent accused of sexually abusing a child be allowed supervised contact with the child while there is a pending criminal case against them?

July

Trish Erasmus

Judicial control of presidential pardons

July

Michael Shackleton

Execution of maintenance orders: Is the maintenance process failing the child on the street?

July

Soretha Venter

Law Teachers Conference:

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Port Elizabeth

Fixing Humpty Dumpty: Past, present and future efforts to make the new National Credit Act work

July

Charlotte van Sittert

Paper v Practise: The scope and limit of s206 in providing a remedy for a non-party to an extended collective agreement

July

Jeannie-Mari Retief

Carnegie III Conference

Strategies to overcome poverty and inequality:

University of Cape Town

Strategies to maximise the effectiveness of compulsory pro bono legal work (and ancillary services) in South Africa – the potential impact of the Legal Practise Bill on poverty, inequality and access to justice

September

Soretha Venter

Trish Erasmus

 
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