Mr Avishkaar Ramdhin

Mr Avishkaar Ramdhin

Mr Avishkaar Ramdhin Telephone +27 33 260 5378
Email   ramdhina@ukzn.ac.za
Campus   Pietermaritzburg
Building & Room  Law Building – Room 10, 1st Floor
Mr Avishkaar Ramdhin

Biography

Mr Avishkaar Ramdhin is a Lecturer in the fields of Negotiable Instruments, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Administrative Law and Land Use and Planning. He holds a Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree summa cum laude and a Master in Law (LLM) degree in environmental law from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN). Ramdhin is an admitted Attorney of the High Court, South Africa, a qualified Conveyancer and a Honourary member of the Golden Key International Honour Society. His research interests include Criminal Law, Environmental Law and Banking Law.

Appointment Designation:
Lecturer

Academic Qualifications:
LLB,LLM  (UKZN)

Professional Qualifications:
Admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa
Qualified conveyancer

Research Interests:

  • Banking law
  • Administrative Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Environmental Law

Recent Publications:
Note published in 2008 (15) SAJELP 127 entitled:
The use of the EIA process to protect purely commercial interests: The case of Fuel Retailers Association of South Africa v Director-General Environmental Management, Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Environment, Mpumalanga Province & others.
Author: A Ramdhin

Recent Papers delivered:

  • 2013 (3) TSAR 522. ‘The law relating to bankers’ references in South Africa’
  • ‘Private defence as a justification ground for battered woman who kill their abusive spouses’. Presented at the Conference of the Society of Law Teachers of Southern Africa (July 2009)
  • 2008 (15) SAJELP 127, The use of the EIA process to protect purely commercial interests: The case of Fuel Retailers Association of South Africa v Director-General Environmental Management, Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Environment, Mpumalanga Province & others.  A Ramdhin 

Membership of Professional & Other Organisations: 
Honourary member of the Golden Key International Honour Society