The Court has been built as a project funded entirely outside the budget of the University and is the result of a dedicated Faculty initiative. The capital cost has been met by a single donation from an overseas benefactor whose desire to remain anonymous has given the Faculty the freedom to choose a name for the Court which in itself confirms the Faculty's commitment to transformation.
The Law Faculty's transformation is in accord with the University's mission of being a world class university for Africa. The funders have included an endowment to meet short-term operating costs, though it is hoped that the Court will be self-funding.
The Faculty hopes that the funders, secure in the anonymity of their immensely generous donation, share our pride in the realisation of our dream to build a court which will develop advocacy skills and encourage spirited debate, while drawing the Faculty closer to the practice of law and to the achievement of justice and equity for all.
Terry Bracher & Associates
Professor PJ Schwikkard
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Neil Turner of Mobilia
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Professor Hugh Corder, former Dean of the Faculty of Law