oa De Rebus - Editors page
|Article Title||Editors page|
|© Publisher:||Law Society of South Africa|
|Publication Date||Mar 1971|
|Keyword(s)||Admission as an attorney, B.Proc. degree and University training|
With the forthcoming introduction of the B.Proc. degree as the minimum qualification for admission as an attorney, university training will become increasingly important. The degree course will take longer to complete and will be more difficult than the diploma course hitherto required. It is possible that this will cause a trend towards more full-time students at university. It is also possible that most students will prefer to take the 5-year LL.B degree instead of the 4-year B.Proc. degree, but, whatever the position, it is a fact that an attorney's university training will in future be longer and therefore more expensive than in the past.
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