Ms Nicci Whitear-Nel

Telephone +27 33 260 5311
Email Whitearnel@ukzn.ac.za
Campus   Pietermaritzburg
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Ms Nicci Whitear-Nel

Biography

Ms Nicola Whitear is a lecturer in the fields of Evidence and Labour law at the School of Law. She holds a BA, LLB,LLM. Her research interests are in Evidence, labour law, legal ethics and legal education.
Appointment Designation:
Senior Lecturer
Academic Qualifications: 
BA, LLB (UN, PMB) LLM (UKZN)Professional Qualifications:

  • Admitted Attorney of the High Court of South Africa
  • Commissioner of the CCMA

Research Interests:

  • Law of Evidence
  • Legal Ethics
  • Legal Education
  • Labour law

Recent Publications:

  • 2016, Who needs to notify the employer of impending strike action? A discussion of SA Transport & Allied Workers Union & others v Moloto & another 2012 (6) SA 249 (CC); (2012) 33 ILJ 2549 (CC) Journal Title: Industrial Jaw Journal, Vol 37, Issue 1 Pages: 62-75 Authors: Nicola Whitear -Nel, Brenda Grant, Simphiwe Phungula
  • 2015, A historical review of the development of the post-apartheid South African LLB degree – with particular reference to legal ethics Journal Title: Fundamina: A Journal of Legal History, Vol 21, Issue 2 Pages: 234-250 Authors: Nicola Whitear -Nel, Freedman, Warren
  • 2015, Proving damages under the common law in labour cases: a discussion of South African Football Association v Mangope (2013) 34 ILJ 311 (LAC): case note  Journal Title: SA Mercantile Law Journal, Vol 27, Issue 2 Pages: 348-357 Authors: Grant, Brenda, Whitear-Nel, Nicola
  • 2015, Protecting the Unwed Mother against Automatically Unfair Dismissals for Reasons Relating to Pregnancy Journal Title: Industrial Law Journal, Vol 36, Issue 1 Pages: 106-119 Author: Whitear-Nel, N., Grant, B.
  • 2015, The Constitutionality of s 2(2) of the Prevention of Organised Crime Act (Law of evidence: recent cases) Journal Title: South African Journal of Criminal Justice, Vol 28, Issue 1 Pages: 97-113 Author: Whitear-Nel, Nicci

Programmes

The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s (UKZN’s) Part-time LLB Programme offers aspiring legal practitioners a convenient way of obtaining an undergraduate law degree through

General information The Centre for Extended Legal Studies (CELS) in the School of Law, UKZN, invites applications from candidates wishing to pursue

General information The Centre for Extended Legal Studies (CELS) in the School of Law, UKZN, invites applications from candidates wishing to pursue