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OUR CORE VALUE, DIVERSITY

Our firm promotes a transparent culture, providing equal career progression opportunities while clearly detailing the pathway for progression. By constructing a culture of equality, inclusion and diversity we are able to retain top legal specialists, create an exceptional legal team for our clients and provide first-class legal services.

Our goal is to foster a working environment in which individual differences are respected and valued, and everyone has the opportunity to excel. Achieving our goal remains a challenge, but we have made progress in a number of areas. We act in partnership with our clients and other law firms to enhance diversity and to engage in discussions on how to address some of the challengers we all face.

Our firm is at the forefront of ensuring a diverse workforce and, as a result, we have achieved a level 1 BBBEE rating.

The key to our success is ensuring that our people are receiving the right support at the right time in their development.

In addition, our continuous investment and extensive commitment to pro-bono efforts, in assisting the previously disadvantages communities in South Africa, are evident through the following list of examples of our recent pro bono efforts:

  • Kensington Home for the Aged
  • St John’s Anglican Church

Education and skill development is a key priority for our firm and we make it a priority to provide assistance and programs that help improve the education and career guidance of our employees.

We establish objective benchmarks that our attorneys must meet at every career level by ensuring that all our attorneys actively participate in matters that range in respect of complexity and opportunities for client interaction.

This article is a general information sheet and should not be used or relied on as legal or other professional advice. No liability can be accepted for any errors or omissions nor for any loss or damage arising from reliance upon any information herein. Always contact your legal adviser for specific and detailed advice. Errors and omissions excepted (E&OE)