School of Law

Mr Andre Louw

Mr Andre Louw

Mr Andre Louw

 

ARTICLES AND OTHER WORKS

 

Louw, A M ‘Employment Based on a Fiction: Evaluating the Legitimacy of Traditional Notions of Contract in their Application to an Atypical Employment Relationship’ – Obiter Vol. 2 (2007) 187-228

 

Louw, A M ‘Why South African Sport Should Say No to a State-Sanctioned SASCOC Autocracy – Part 1: The background and nature of SASCOC’ – (2007) Vol. 2 De Jure 257-276

 

Louw, A M ‘Why South African Sport Should Say No to a State-Sanctioned SASCOC Autocracy – Part 2: Questioning the legitimacy of SASCOC’ (2008) Vol. 1 De Jure 16-35

 

Louw, A M ‘Suggestions for the Protection of Star Athletes and Other Famous Persons against Unauthorised Celebrity Merchandising in South Africa’ – (2007) 19 South African Mercantile Law Journal 272-301

 

Louw, A M ‘An Anomaly Tolerated by the Law: Examining the Nature and Legal Significance of the International Sports Governing Body’ (2007) 1 South African Public Law 211-255

 

Louw, A M ‘Extrapolating “equality” from the letter of the law: The limits of affirmative action under the Employment Equity Act’ (2006) 18 South African Mercantile Law Journal 336-354

 

MacEwen, M; Louw, A; Dupper, O C ‘Employment Equity in the Tertiary Education Sector in the Western Cape’ International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 2006 Vol. 8 191-212

 

Louw, A M ‘Evaluating Recent Developments in the Governance and Regulation of South African Sport: Some Thoughts and Concerns for the Future’ International Sports Law Journal 2006/1-2, May 2006, p 48

 

Louw, A M ‘“Transforming” South African Professional Sport: Some Observations on Recent Developments’ Law, Democracy & Development 2005 (2) Vol. 9 193-218

 

MacEwen, M; Louw, A M; Dupper, O C Employment Equity in the Higher Education Sector: A Study of Transformation in the Western Cape SUN Press: Stellenbosch, 2005 (ISBN 1-919980-44-X)

[Co-author, contributed chapters 3, 7, 8 and 10 of 12 chapters]

 

Louw, A M ‘”Should the Playing Fields be Levelled?” Revisiting Affirmative Action in Professional Sport – Part 1: The Background and the Context’   Stellenbosch Law Review Vol. 15 No 1 (2004) 119-136

                                                                    

Louw, A M ‘”Should the Playing Fields be Levelled?” Revisiting Affirmative Action in Professional Sport – Part 2: The Professional Sporting Context’ Stellenbosch Law Review Vol. 15 No 2 (2004) 225-246

 

Louw, A M ‘”Should the Playing Fields be Levelled?” Revisiting Affirmative Action in Professional Sport – Part 3: Testing the Legitimacy of Affirmative Action in Professional Sport’ Stellenbosch Law Review Vol. 15 No 3 (2004) 409-428

 

MacEwen, M; Dupper, O C; Louw, A M ‘Employment Equity: A South African Case Study’ International Journal of Discrimination Law, 2004 Vol.6 165-196

 

Louw, A M ‘The batsman, the third umpire and the Labour Court’ (short article contributed to the November 2003 newsletter of the Sports Law Association of South Africa)

 

Dupper, O C; MacEwen, M; Louw, A M Employment Equity in the Tertiary Sector: Law and Policy – A Comparative Perspective: Part 1 – The University of Stellenbosch CICLASS, Stellenbosch, September 2002

 

Louw, A M HIV/AIDS and Employee Benefits in South Africa: An Overview of Relevant Legislation (Working paper presented at a colloquium of the Department of Mercantile Law, University of Stellenbosch, March 2001)

 

Louw, A M Character Merchandising and the Celebrity in South African Law

Unpublished LL.M dissertation, University of Stellenbosch, 1996