Justice Symposium Series

Karel | Jun 20, 2013
Delivery of justice: Building a house of justice in Africa
Oct 04, 2012
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Helen Suzman Foundation

This Report provides an overview of the issues that were raised in three distinct areas of South Africa’s justice system (civil litigation, criminal law, and constitutional law) and places them against the backdrop of the growing tension between the executive and judicial branches of government.

Delivering Justice: Symposium Series - Part Three: Constitutional Jurisprudence
Jul 09, 2012
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Helen Suzman Foundation

This is the third in a series of three symposia on practical aspects of the justice system in South Africa. This symposium examines the appointment process of judges and seeks to understand the accountability of judges. It features: Sir Jeffrey Jowell QC, Judge Pius Langa, and Ms Carmel Rickard.

Delivering Justice: Symposium Series - Part Two: Criminal Justice
Mar 15, 2011
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Helen Suzman Foundation

This is the second in a series of three symposia on practical aspects of the justice system in South Africa. This symposium seeks to explore and inform discussions around the enhancement of criminal justice in South Africa. It features: Adv Menzi Simelane, Judge Azhar Cachalia, Judge Thami Makhanya, and Prof Stephen Tuson.

Delivering Justice: Symposium Series - Part One: Civil Justice
May 10, 2010
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Helen Suzman Foundation

This is the first in a series of three symposia on practical aspects of the justice system in South Africa. This symposium focuses on the delivery of justice in the civil litigation system. It features: Judge Murray Kellam, Prof Laurence Boulle, Adv Nazeer Cassim, Prof Cathi Albertyn, and Judge Dennis Davis.