n Without Prejudice - Ensuring access to justice : labour law




The South African Society for Labour Law (SASLAW) has close to 1100 members with chapters in the Gauteng, Western Cape KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape (Port Elizabeth & East London). The Society's main activities include: the hosting of regular chapter seminars; the running of advice offices in the 4 Labour Courts; submitting comments on proposed legislative amendments; liaising with the Judge President of the LAC and Labour Court and the Director of the CCMA; undertaking specialist legal research; the publication of regular newsflashes; and hosting an annual labour law conference.


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