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SchoemanLaw is thrilled to be part of the class of 2020 – Innovating Justice Accelerator!

On 7 November 2019 HiiL Southern Africa identified the best legal innovations in the region. The 9 finalists spent a week in Johannesburg and at the end of the week, the Class of 2020 was announced.  We are humbled and excited to have been selected to be part of the Class of 2020!

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Dispute Resolution in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

“Whoever controls the courts, controls the state.” Aristotle The courts of ancient Athens were fundamentally democratic with tens, hundreds and in some instances thousands of jurors adjudicating trials. There was no Judge, which role was taken up by the pool of jurors adjudicating at that time. One of the founding principles held dear by Athenians […]

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SchoemanLaw’s SME Self-Service Desk is shortlisted!

We have been shortlisted as one of 90 out of 450 applicants to join the HiiL Justice Accelerator in the Innovating Justice Challenge. HiiL (The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law)  find, and support the best justice innovations in a region or country. HiiL (The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law) is a social enterprise […]

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Finalist African Legal Awards – Best use of Technology

SchoemanLaw is happy to be a finalist in this year’s African Legal Awards. The African Legal Awards set out to recognise exceptional achievement from within Africa’s legal community.

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developing skills in the work place

Developing skills in the work place

Statutory provisions to ensure certain categories of Employees receive adequate theoretical and practical training has existed since 1922. These statutory provisions are an important and integral part of South Africa’s overall objective to reduce poverty which will lead to increased employment and reducing crime and increase economic growth which will improve international competitiveness. A strategy […]

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