The Oliver Schreiner School of Law
Located in Johannesburg, South Africa, the School of Law is a premier institution for postgraduate legal studies on the African continent. Students can expect to be stimulated and challenged by a rigorous academic programme, delivered by some of South Africa's most prominent legal academics. We aim to deliver innovative and transformative legal research and thinking, which is complemented by the work of the Law School's associated centres and clinics.
Court Annexed Mediation Conference
CALL FOR PAPERS
Black Women in Legal Education
Introductory Law Course for Non-Lawyers
The Doha Round: Past, Present and Future
Wits & ISS announce Joint PhD Programme
Launch of Inkundla Student Law Journal
The public interest law gathering (PILG) is an annual event held in Johannesburg, South Africa since 2011 bringing together public interest legal practitioners and organisations, law students, paralegals, social movement leaders and legal academics with the aim of serving as a focal point for professionals in the field to share and develop knowledge.
The team of four were runners-up in the African Regional Round of the ELSA Moot Court Competition, which simulates a WTO panel. Competing with teams from Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and South Africa, the team are due to participate in the International Oral Round in Geneva in June 2016. The four members are Ms Alexandra Rakitzis, Mr Mxolisi Ngulube, Ms Iva Gobav, and Mr Kelvin Kajuna.