Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr awarded for pro bono contributions

Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr (CDH), one of South Africa’s leading corporate law firms, received the Johannesburg Firm Award from the South African Society of Labour Law for its contribution to the SASLAW Pro Bono NPC.

22 Sep 2017 1 min read Employment Alert Article

The SASLAW Pro Bono NPC is a non-profit organisation formed by SASLAW to administer the Pro Bono projects in the four Labour Courts in South Africa, namely Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.

“We are overjoyed with the award from such a prestigious organisation. CDH believes that Pro Bono work is an integral part of the South African law system. For the past five years, we have managed to dedicate more hours than any other law firm at the Pro Bono Advice Centre,” explains Michael Yeates, Employment Director at CDH.

Since its inception, the SASLAW Pro Bono Advice Centre has assisted over 17,000 clients with high quality advisory and labour law services to those who otherwise would not have had access to legal services.

Additionally, CDH has contributed the most hours over the last six years, year on year, at the Advice Office in Gauteng.


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