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.
Professor Chuma Himonga has been awarded the DST NRF Chair in Customary Law.
Professor Hanri Mostert and Professor Jaco Barnard-Naude will be presenting public lectures at the annual Stellenbosch Woordfees, being held from the 1 - 7 March. This is part of the "Reg met Afrikaans" lecture series.