South Africa Bar Associations

South Africa Bar Associations

  • Cape Law Society, Cape Town
    2 Riebeeck Street 29th & 30th Floors, Cape Town 8001, Phone: +27 0 21 443 6700

    the Society investigates complaints about the conduct of attorneys by putting the complaint to the attorney, by calling for a full report and by considering the complaint, with the report, to determine whether the attorney has contravened rules governing professional conduct; where the professional conduct rule has been contravened, by referring the matter to the Disciplinary Committee, which considers the matter and makes recommendations to Council. The recommendations may result in a resolution by Council to impose a reprimand or fine, to proceed to a full disciplinary inquiry or application to court to suspend or strike the attorney from the Roll.

  • General Council of the Bar of South Africa, Johannesburg
    PO Box 2260, Johannesburg 2000, Phone: + 27 0 11 3363976

    The Bar identifies itself fully with the ideals, aspirations and challenges presented by a new democratic South Africa. As a body of independent practitioners, the Bar is committed to providing specialised legal representation, at fair fees, to all persons who require such service. The Bar is committed to the maintenance of an independent judiciary; ensuring that the Bar is representative of all sections of the South African population, providing greater access to justice by the expansion of legal services to all who require them, while maintaining the high standards, professional integrity and independence which are established hallmarks of the Bar.

  • Law Society of Northern Provinces, Pretoria
    123 Paul Kruger Street, Pretoria, Phone: +27 12 3385800

    The Law Society also offers a free first consultation scheme in terms of which you can by way of a telephonic enquiry, be referred to an attorney for a half-an-hour consultation for free legal advice. In cases where attorneys may or cannot continue to practise, the Law Society also attends to their practices and offer assistance to members of the public to ensure that their interests are protected and their matters dealt with in a proper manner.

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  • Law Society of South Africa (LSSA), Pretoria
    304 Brooks Street, Pretoria, Phone: +27 0 12 366-8800

    The LSSA is the umbrella body of the attorneys' profession in South Africa. The LSSA aims to promote the common interests of its members, having regard at all times to the broader interests of the public whom the profession serves.

  • The KwaZulu Natal Law Society, Pietermaritzburg
    200 Hoosen Haffejee Street, Pietermaritzburg, Phone: +27 33 3451304

    The KwaZulu-Natal Law Society regulates the attorneys' profession in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa,and enhances the prestige and dignity of the profession. It protects the public by providing effective control of the professional conduct of attorneys.

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