Commitment by Attorneys’ Firms
Commit your firm to changing briefing patterns and the allocation of legal work in the profession
View the firms that have signed the Procurement Protocols:
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The Action Group on Briefing Patterns in the Legal Profession – which comprises representatives of the Law Society of South Africa, the General Council of the Bar, Advocates for Transformation and the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development – invites law firms to align themselves with the Procurement Protocols on briefing which have been adopted by the legal profession.
Representatives of law firms with a mandate to sign their firms’ commitment to the protocols can sign the protocols.
The ‘Expression of Interest’ form and Procurement protocols can be downloaded below, signed and then returned to the LSSA. The firm will be included in the list of law firms that have committed to the protocol on the LSSA website. Firms will be required to report on their briefing patterns on a six-monthly basis.
How to commit to the Procurement Protocols
- View the Procurement Protocols here.
- Download the ‘Expression of Interest Form’ here.
- Complete the form, sign it and return it by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to Nomsa Sethosa at 086 506 7818.
- For more information, please contact Nomsa Sethosa at email@example.com or (012) 441 4616 (direct) or (012) 441 4600 (switchboard).