ABOUT MEDIATION AND THE PROFESSION
As you are no doubt aware, the Rules regulating the mediation process in the Magistrate’s Courts were published on 18 March 2014 and came into operation on 1 December 2014.
The new rules facilitate settlement of cases through mediation. Past experience has shown that mediation is a growing area of legal specialisation and, when used appropriately, can offer a valuable approach to reduce the time and cost of litigation.
This course is primarily designed to prepare attorneys to be mediators. Attorneys will also be equipped to advise clients on the mediation process. When designing the course content, the draft standards for Civil Mediation were taken into account.
Read more in registration brochure about the outline of this course.
REGISTRATION FEE (VAT Inclusive)
The registration fees are substantially subsidised for practising attorneys and candidate attorneys.
The fees include course material and refreshments.
1. Practising attorneys: R 5 600.00 per person
2. Candidate attorneys: R 4 500.00 per person
3. Practising attorneys from firms further than 150 km from closest venue: R 4 800.00 per person
4. Non-practising attorneys/others: R 8 800.00 per person
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
All attorneys and candidate attorneys, especially (but not exclusively) those involved in divorce litigation. Registration will be confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Enquiries: Tamara Sihlangu at e-mail: tamara@LSSALEAD.org.za or tel: 012 441 4673.
|Pretoria||21 - 25 August 2017 : Ahmed Cachalia & Charles Mendelow|
|Cape Town||05 - 09 September 2017 : Kamlesh Ker & Grand Gunston|
|Port Elizabeth||04 - 08 September 2017 : Ntombi Mlambo & Kamlesh Ker|
|Nelspruit||11 - 15 September 2017 : Ebrahim Patelia & Siham Boda|
|Bloemfontein||02 - 06 October 2017 : Drinnette Du Randt & Kamlesh Ker|