Welcome to the School of Law
The School of Law falls within the College of Law and Management Studies and operates on both the Howard College and Pietermaritzburg Campuses. The School is currently being led by Professor Managay Reddi as Dean and Head of School. The School is one of the largest contact Law schools in South Africa. The undergraduate LLB Degree is offered on both campuses with a common curriculum.Read more...



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Ellie Newman Memorial Moot Court Final 

Durban Moot Invite

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2nd Semester Time Table

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Aegrotat Policy and Marking Guidelines

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Law School Marking Guidelines

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UKZN Strengthens Ties with Captains of the Maritime Industry
UKZN Strengthens Ties with Captains of the Maritime Industry
Maritime Studies is a niche research area at UKZN. Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Dr Albert van Jaarsveld, told guests at a dinner hosted by the Unit of Maritime Law and Maritime Studies at the Howard College campus.
Law Graduate Realising her Goal
Law Graduate Realising her Goal
Her goal of becoming a judge or magistrate has been the motivation for law graduate Ms Ludfia Samed’s successes, the latest of which is her appointment as a candidate attorney at leading law firm, Livingston Leandy.
Choosing the Right Career Vital says UKZN Alumnus
Choosing the Right Career Vital says UKZN Alumnus
Choosing to pursue a degree that suited his strengths and personality has led to a successful career in Law for UKZN alumnus, Mr Dean Joubert de Villiers.
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Howard College Campus
Undergraduate Studies
Tel:    +27(0)31 260 2151

Postgraduate Studies
Tel:    +27(0)31 260 3046
Email: lawpostgradhc@ukzn.ac.za

Pietermaritzburg Campus
Tel:    +27(0)33 260 6257
Email: lawpostgradpmb@ukzn.ac.za

 

 




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