Judge Hefer presents guest lecture on the Law of Delict
2009-03-09

 
In a packed Odeion on the Main Campus of the University of the Free State (UFS) former Judge of Appeal, JJF Hefer recently addressed an audience of staff members, students and other members of the legal profession on the current trends in the Law of Delict. His lecture: “Evolution of the Law of Delict” was presented to include students in the centenary celebrations. With reference to examples from the case law Judge Hefer illustrated how the law of delict changed to adapt to prevailing circumstances and the needs of society. The faculty is this year celebrating a century of excellence in legal education, training and research under the theme “Iurisprudentia 100”. At the occasion were, from the left, front: Prof. Johan Henning, Dean of the Faculty of Law at the UFS, Judge Hefer, Siviwe Mateta; back: Prof. Rita-Marie Jansen, Associate Professor in the Department of Private Law at the UFS, and Ludwe Mfudisi, student.
Photo: Stephen Collett

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