Law Teachers Congress, University of the Free State

The Congress of the Society of Law Teachers of Southern Africa (17-20 January 2005) to be hosted by Free State University's Faculty of Law, promises to be the largest gathering of the Society yet. No less than fifty papers will be delivered, including no less than twenty-five legal fields of specialisation. The Congress aims at providing an ideal platform for collegial interaction and a wonderful opportunity for more experienced academics to assist newer colleagues to establish themselves in the academic arena. The Faculty of Law, UFS is hosting the Congress as part of the University's Centenary celebrations, celebrating 100 years of excellence in education. In the words of Prof. Johan Henning, Dean of the Faculty: "As law teachers, we are aware of the ever increasing importance of the role that we need to play in making the law a dynamic and vibrant part of our societies -; this is exemplified by the theme of the Congress, which is "Law in Action".

See website of the Faculty of Law, UFS for more details.


T: +27 51 401 2240 or

Marizanne Cloete: +27 51 401 2592

Neliswa Emeni-Tientcheu: +27 51 401 2536
Phyllis Masilo: +27 51 401 9683

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