n Without Prejudice - SAFLII : information law

Volume 15, Issue 9
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



Imagine that you are a lawyer in one of South Africa's tiny platteland towns - Smith field, for example, where I live. You practise on your own, and though you have an interesting range of cases, it's often hard to manage when something out of the ordinary pops up. How will you know what the courts have said about the issue? How can you advise your client the best strategy to follow?

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