Wie ons is

Die Regskliniek, geleë op 18-24 Crozierstraat in Stellenbosch, onderskryf die volgende visie, missie en waardes:

Visie

  1. 'n Gemeenskap wat met regskennis bemagtig is en die vermoë opgebou het om hulle regte uit te oefen, óf as individue óf as ’n gemeenskap
  2. Finalejaar-regstudente wat professioneel opgelei is en op die voorpunt van indiensneembaarheid staan
  3. 'n Breër Suid-Afrikaanse gemeenskap wat ’n bewussyn ontwikkel het van hulle verantwoordelikhede wat sosiale regverdigheid betref
 

Missie

In ons strewe om ons visie te verwerklik, verskaf die Regskliniek deur middel van (onder meer) samewerkingsinisiatiewe professionele regshulp en verteenwoordiging in siviele sake aan lede van die gemeenskap in Stellenbosch en omstreke wat aan die vereistes vir regshulp voldoen. Ons bied ook regsopvoeding – kliniese regsopleiding ingesluit – aan kandidaatprokureurs, finalejaar-regstudente en lede van die gemeenskap, ook diegene wat arm en gemarginaliseerd is.

Waardes

Die Regskliniek verwag van elke werknemer om die instelling se kernwaardes te onderhou in hulle omgang met kliënte, kollegas en ander belanghebbendes:
  • Toewyding en geesdrif
  • Deursigtigheid
  • Eerlikheid en integriteit
  • Respek
 

Waar Ons Is

Stellenbosch

Crozierstraat 18-24 , Stellenbosch , 7600  

Tel: +27 (0)21 887 6270
Fax: +27 (0)21 808 3600
Epos: rhkadmin@sun.ac.za

Die Regskliniek is toe op publieke vakansiedae

Ons is tans
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Sake-ure vir Stellenbosch: hier. >

Worcester

1 Durban St, , Worcester , 6849  

Kontak asseblief die Regskliniek in verband met wanneer ons by hierdie adres teenwoordig sal wees.

Ceres

Rietvallei Biblioteek , Lyllestraat , Ceres , 6835  

Kontak asseblief die Regskliniek in verband met wanneer ons by hierdie adres teenwoordig sal wees.

KONTAK ONS
It is comforting and reassuring to know that in this area we have a Law clinic which appreciates the absolute importance of obtaining a qualified and experienced legal representation for parties who are saddled with legal issues.

I can attest to the fact that your clinic highly recognizes the importance of legal representation as a means of enforcing rights and interests.

I wish to express my thanks and sincere appreciation…for your willingness to be a champion of justice. Without your forthcoming response and your consideration to the matters which we had, we would be still sitting with protracted litigation and litigants saddled with high fees.

Thank you for such wonderful and immeasurable support. I do acknowledge your contribution to the justice system and it means a lot. I can’t thank you enough for what you have done for the court.
StreekslanddrosMs. Cnnziweni
March 2018
 

 

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 The Law Clinic has been awarded the first institutional Media Excellence Award: Newsmaker 2018.
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Settlement reached in discrimination litigation

The outcome of legal proceedings in which a settlement has been reached between the South African Paralympic athlete, Hendri Herbst and a well-known Cape winery, is not only a victory for visually impaired people, but will assist greatly in creating awareness of the right of the disabled not to be discriminated against.

The Law Clinic recently instituted legal proceedings in the Equality Court on behalf of Herbst. The winery has admitted to discriminating against Herbst in 2014 when he was refused access to the winery’s restaurant due to the presence of his guide dog. In terms of the settlement agreement, which was made an order of the Equality Court on 26 September 2018, Durbanville Hills will issue a public apology in which it admits to discriminating against Herbst and undertakes to take “steps to ensure that all staff employed by Durbanville Hills will take part in sensitivity training from the Guide Dog Association of South Africa”. Durbanville Hills will further contribute R50 000 to the Guide Dogs Association “for the purpose of a media campaign to be run by it in order to raise awareness in respect of guide dogs”. Durbanville Hills will further pay an amount of R50 000 to Mr Herbst as compensation for the incident.

According to Dr Theo Broodryk, “the steps taken by Durbanville Hills are welcomed and will assist in raising awareness of the right of disabled individuals not to be discriminated against. The outcome of this matter should however also send a stern warning that discriminatory conduct towards vulnerable individuals such as Herbst will not be tolerated”.

For more information on the case or the SU Law Clinic visit www.sulawclinic.co.za or liaise with Ms Monja Posthumus-Meyjes, Attorney at the SU Law Clinic at 021 808 3600/2707.

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From 19 to 28 September 2018 the Practical Legal Training 471 student consultants are involved in the annual mock trials at the Clinic.  These trials follow on several months of preparation as student firms consult with their witnesses (first year law students) and then draft and exchange pleadings to identify the various issues in dispute. The trials are conducted in the Clinic’s moot court venue, and with as much authenticity as possible. They are judged by a panel of experienced external jurists as well as 2 assessors who are on staff at the Clinic. This event is a highlight of the Clinic’s academic programme, and is often described as the most valuable learning experience of their LLB studies by those students who are fortunate to participate.

 

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