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Stop the Bill
Its been an unprecedented time, with our publicity campaign driving home the realities of the act - as opposed to the misconceptions!  Sites like www.stopthebill.co.za have wide coverage and are important to the whole campaign.  At the time of writing 79 500 have signed the Bill!
Posted by Michael de Broglio on Monday 07-Nov-05   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  Comments
Law Society AGM
Its Law Society AGM time and I have to say its great to see that more attorneys attend every year than the year before. Attendance at all AGM's is up - and its about time - although I can't but help that attendance of some professional meetings - or education as with Doctors - should be compulsory.
What is also a revelation is the success of the golf tournament that goes with the meeting. In fact, at a recent meeting I commented that my e-mail to members on a golf day got a better response than one tends to receive on an issue such as any relating to attorneys losing their work etc!
Posted by Michael de Broglio on Saturday 19-Nov-05   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  Comments
New Law Society President
Former JAA Chairperson, as well as Gauteng Law Council Chairperson, Ronald Bobroff, was elected as President of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces. The Law Society is the largest and most powerful in South Africa representing well over 50% of all attorneys in the whole of South Africa. Ronald is a Johannesburg based attorney who has done a wealth of work on behalf of attorneys  but Road Accident Fund attorneys in particular have much to thank him for  and so to do those who embrace common law contingency within the Province  such as debt collectors for example. The Presidents term these days is a short one year period.
Posted by Michael de Broglio on Saturday 19-Nov-05   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  Comments

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