The University of Cape Town's COVID-19 Return to UCT policy framework guides faculties and departments on the institution's phased return to campus.
The Kate O'Regan Intervarsity Moot Competition 2020
This year's annual intervarsity moot competition takes place on Saturday 17 October. Please join the UCT Moot Society for this great event.
Why study Law at UCT?
Law is not just for lawyers. There are so many good reasons to study Law at UCT! An LLB degree provides an excellent entry to a range of career options (plus our graduates have a first-class range of soft skills and hard knowledge useful for the...
Postgraduate Studies in Law
UCT Law is the home of postgraduate legal studies in South Africa. Offering at least eight specialist one-year PG Diplomas, and a range of LLM programmes with a wide choice of courses, UCT Law also offers Masters programmes by research only.
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Thursday, 26 November 2020
Farewell to Professor Rashida Manjoo

The Faculty's Department of Public Law held a special discussion on Thursday 5 November 2020, to acknowledge the distinguished career of Professor Rashida Manjoo - and to bid her farewell as she leaves the Faculty end-2020.

Publication Date:
Thu, 12 Nov 2020 - 16:00
African Yearbook of Rhetoric - Edition 10

Edition 10 of The African Yearbook of Rhetoric is out. The AYOR, a multi-lingual peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the development of rhetoric studies on & in Africa, has strong links to UCT Law Faculty's Centre for Rhetoric Studies.

Publication Date:
Fri, 06 Nov 2020 - 11:15
Early childhood development centres - whose responsibility?

Should provincial departments of social development be held liable for damages when a child is injured at a nursery school? Nurina Ally, who has recently joined the Department of Public Law, co-authors an opinion on this important issue.

Publication Date:
Tue, 03 Nov 2020 - 11:30
Everyday Justice Design Competition

The Everyday Justice Design Competition - design key elements for the Everyday Justice website. This competition is open to all students so submit your ideas. Closing 16 November 2020.

Publication Date:
Mon, 26 Oct 2020 - 10:15