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Remain up to date with the very latest in labour jurisprudence by highly experienced lawyer and editor, Owen Barrow. Judgments of the Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court are all expertly summarised weekly in this e-mailed publication, a must-have for all labour lawyers.
Judgments of the Labour Court and Labour Appeal Court are all expertly summarised weekly in this e-mailed publication, a must-have for all labour lawyers. Flynotes and summaries allow for quick assessment of the applicability of new cases. Only SILCS allows subscribers to remain entirely up to date with the very latest in labour jurisprudence.
About the author
Owen Barrow has a BA LLB from the University of Cape Town and is an admitted attorney. Owen was for many years an editor of the South African Law Reports published by Juta& Co Ltd and later became the publisher of Juta’s law reports publications, including the Industrial Law Journal and Labour Law Digest. After leaving Juta in 2000, Owen returned to practise as an attorney until 2009. He is currently a freelance editorial consultant.
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