Education and Sport a Winning Combination for Law Graduate
Mastering law and dominating on the football field are part of life for Bachelor of Laws (LLB) graduate and Golden Arrows midfielder, Mr Njabulo Sithole.
The future looks bright for Law cum laude graduates Ms Nabeela Edris, Mr Ntokozo Mbeje, Ms Arlia Alli, Ms Kerushnie Govender, Ms Ajekai Adjei, Ms Nomfundo Mashinge and Ms Jolene Thompson, who are looking forward to exploring opportunities open to them in the legal sector.
Having her car stolen with all of her research material in it as well as having to complete her degree via correspondence after moving from Durban to Johannesburg to start her articles of clerkship, were obstacles Master of Laws graduate Ms Yasmeen Rasool had to overcome in the pursuit of her qualification.
As a Senior Human Rights and Law Adviser at the United Nations Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) based in Geneva, Switzerland PhD graduate Mr Patrick Eba will utilise insights gained from his doctoral experience to support better lawmaking on HIV in sub-Saharan Africa and globally.
Global challenges associated with the depletion of natural resources and ecological degradation are what motivated doctoral graduate and Graduate School of Business and Leadership academic Dr Vuyokazi Mtembu to research the role of the HR division in greening efforts and natural resource conservation.
Assessing the role and function of the World Trade Organization and its impact on international trade was the focus of Master of Laws graduate Mr Nikhiel Deeplal’s study titled: “The effect of the Agreement on Agriculture on the relationship between South African and the European Union”.
Determining the correct standard that is applicable to the review of arbitration awards issued by the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) is the focus of Master of Laws cum laude graduate Mr Andile Khumalo’s research.