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The future of the KwaZulu-Natal BarNirmal Singh SCThe history of the Society of Advocates of KwaZulu-Natal is dealt with in the article by DJ Shaw QC and will no doubt provide the reader with an understanding of the history, character and objectives of the Society.Read Article2004AprilVol 17No 15
The Legal Practice Bill By Rashid Vahed SC, chair of the General Council of the Bar of South Africa.Rashid VahedThe future of our profession hangs in the balance and the Legal Practice Bill (‘LPB’) must remain the focus of my contribution to Advocate.http://www.sabar.co.za/law-journals/2011/april/2011-april-vol024-no1-pp02-04.pdf2011AprilVol 2412
Stories of the Cape BarTrevor Emslie SCThe writer lacks both the stamina and, more importantly, the inclination to recite chapter and verse of the history of the Cape Bar.Read Article2004AprilVol 17No 16
Improving the performance skills of advocates By Rudi van Rooyen SC, Cape BarRudi van Rooyen SCFrom 10 to 15 January 2011 the Advocacy Training Committee of the GCB presented its inaugural advanced advocacy course at the Wallenberg Centre, Stellenbosch University.http://www.sabar.co.za/law-journals/2011/april/2011-april-vol024-no1-pp04-05.pdf2011AprilVol 2414
Some recollections (possibly inaccurate) of a long-time member of the Cape BarD Meyerowitz SCI envy Ellison Kahn, editor emeritus of the South African Law Journal, who must have a vast store of facts, anecdotal events and sayings committed to writing and thoroughly indexed, which enables him to provide an appropriate article at the drop of a hat.Read Article2004AprilVol 17No 18
Participants' views by Elzette Maritz and Roseline Nyman, Cape BarElzette Maritz and Roseline NymanWe are pleased that we participated in the Advanced Advocacy Training Workshop hosted by the GCB from 9-15 January 2011 in Stellenbosch. http://www.sabar.co.za/law-journals/2011/april/2011-april-vol024-no1-pp05-06.pdf2011AprilVol 2415
Life at the BarGerma WrightTimes may change and people come and go, but the unique character of the Free State Bar seems to remain constant -we are a family.Read Article2004AprilVol 17No 19
Advocacy skills training: an international perspective By Amber Darr, Barrister-at-Law, PakistanAmber DarrWhen I was first introduced to advocacy skills training in 2002 in Karachi, I was struck by the trainer’s claim that advocacy skills could be taught to any lawyer....http://www.sabar.co.za/law-journals/2011/april/2011-april-vol024-no1-p06.pdf2011AprilVol 2416
Noord-Kaapse Vereniging van AdvokateJapie SchreuderKimberley BalieDie geskiedenis van die NoordKaapse Vereniging van Advo-kate -die Kimberley Balie -moet gesien word teen die agtergrond van die vroee geskiedenis van die Noord-Kaapse Afdeling van die Hooggeregshof.Read Article2004AprilVol 17No 111
Cape: New silks by Luke Kelly, Cape BarLuke Kelly http://www.sabar.co.za/law-journals/2011/april/2011-april-vol024-no1-p07.pdf2011AprilVol 2417

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