Ms Claire Gillespie and Ms Karabo Hiine graduated with a Master of Laws degree under the supervision of Law lecturer Ms Clydenia Stevens.
Gillespie’s dissertation was titled: Whose chicken? A discussion of the Anti-Dumping Agreement with a particular focus on the Southern African Development Community- European Union Economic Partnership Agreement (SADC-EU EPA). While Special and differential treatment provisions and the World Trade Organization: The pursuit of Development for Developing Countries was the title of Hiine’s study.
Ms Siddharthiya Pillay’s interest in Medical Law earned her a Master of Laws degree for a study titled: Examining the role of intellectual property law, policy and management in open innovation models that facilitate innovation in and access to personalised medicine. She worked with Dr Donrich Thaldar.
Constitutional Litigation was Ms Aidean Ross’ area of interest and her study supervised by Professor Warren Freedman was titled: A critical examination of the development of procedural fairness as a component of legality.