The Legal Practice Council is mandated to set norms and standards, to provide for the admission and enrolment of legal practitioners and to regulate the professional conduct of legal practitioners to ensure accountability.
The LPC, at its meeting of 18 May 2019, engaged the Minister of Justice and Constitutional matters on matters relating to access to Justice.
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Scam Alert: Fraudsters targeting Attorney’s trust accounts
The Legal Practice Council appoints an Executive Officer
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The Legal Practice Council is a national, statutory body established in terms of section 4 of the Legal Practice Act, No 28 of 2014. The Legal Practice Council and its Provincial Councils regulate the affairs of and exercise jurisdiction over all legal practitioners (attorneys and advocates) and candidate legal practitioners.
The Legal Practice Council confirms no leak of the Attorney’s admission examination papers
1st November 2019 marks one year since the launch of the Legal Practice Council (LPC) a national, statutory body established in terms of section 4 of the Legal Practice Act, No 28 of 2014.“The work done over the past year has been geared to make sure that...
The Legal Practice Council (LPC) has noted with concern that it is now becoming a trend that some law firms are making a driver’s license and or ownership of a motor vehicle as one of the key requirements for graduates to be considered for practical...
The Legal Practice Council (LPC) would like to warn legal practitioners about the increasing levels of e-mail frauds and the fact that cybercrime is not covered by the policy provided by the Legal Practitioners Indemnity Insurance Fund.Practitioners...