The UCT Law Faculty hopes to appoint a number of LLB graduates to act as teaching assistants during 2016.
As a teaching assistant you will be expected to tutor LLB students, carry out a certain amount of marking and assist the students in your classes. In the Commercial Law Department you will also be involved in the courses that the department offers to non-law students. In addition you will be expected to fulfil a number of administrative responsibilities, including the invigilation of exams and tests (outside ordinary work hours). Although this is a full-time position, you will be given substantial time in which to pursue your own research interests. We strongly encourage TAs to register for graduate research degrees; candidates who plan to do so will be given preference in the selection process. TAs qualify for the staff fee rebate.
On 16-17 January 2014 the UCT Law Faculty, in association with Acta Juridica, hosted a two-day conference honouring the life and work of the late former Chief Justice Pius Langa, co-organised by Dr Alistair Price of this Department.
Prof Hanri Mostert is driving the establishment of the Centre for Comparative Law in Africa.
On March 16, the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE) elected Prof. Julian Kinderlerer (Prof. of Intellectual Property Law, University of Cape Town and Professor of Biotechnology and Society, University of Technology, Delft, NL.) as the President of the Group.
Professor Susan Bright, New College, Oxford University, will be giving a guest lecture entitled "The Meaning of Home" on Monday, 28 March.
Professor Anton Fagan ended off the LLB Graduation Prize Giving function with an entertaining valete.
Mohamed Paleker, Anne Pope and Lee-Ann Tong have all been successful in their applications for ad hominem promotion. Mohamed Paleker and Anne Pope have both been promoted to Associate Professor and Lee-Ann Tong has been promoted to Senior Lecturer. These promotions come into effect in 2011.
Know your rights: Prof Hanri Mostert's inaugural lecture examined the challenges of South African property law.
Professor Hanri Mostert to give her inaugural lecture on Wednesday, 29 September 2010.