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Education Law

April 30, 2019
Caveat Legal

Lawyers: Artists or Service Providers?

Historically the legal profession was characterised by many of the same traits as the world of craftsmen or artists. Lawyers perceived their work much as artists […]
February 28, 2019
Caveat Legal

The Inherent Conflict of Interest in Traditional Legal Practice

Law is about justice and fairness. It really is, I keep telling myself. For me, justice and fairness were the driving force behind years of work, […]
October 4, 2014
Caveat Legal

Lessons from the Rivonia Primary School Case: How Schools and Education Authorites can Ensure that their Admissions Decisions are Lawful

On 3 October, the Constitutional Court handed down its decision in the Rivonia Primary School case. The Court’s decision comes as a firm reminder to all public schools […]
July 10, 2013
Caveat Legal

Crafting School Policies that Work: How Schools can Ensure that their Policies stay within the Ambit of the Law

On 10 July 2013, the Constitutional Court ruled in Head of the Free State Education Department v Welkom High School, Harmony High School and Others. This […]

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