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oa De Rebus - A few pioneering African lawyers

 

Abstract

As we approach the end of the century, society at large is looking back and taking stock of the journey we have travelled. The legal profession, I believe, is no exception. It has become fairly unexceptional to encounter in these pages practitioners in various exalted positions. Our Minister of Justice is one. Black judges are ascending to the bench in ever-increasing numbers. Leadership positions in the organised profession are occupied by numerous black practitioners.

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1998-03-01
2016-12-08
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