Rhodes University has 3 opportunities for Candidate Attorney posts within the Law Clinic in Queenstown branch office). The purpose of the jobs is to provide general legal services to the Clinic’s clients, and to assist with the Clinic’s other access to justice programmes.
Recognising that diversity is important in achieving excellence, Rhodes University especially encourages South African members of designated groups to apply. However, due to the nature of the funding of the post, applicants must have South African citizenship or permanent residence.
- LLB Degree
- No impediment to being registered as a candidate attorney.
- South African citizenship or permanent residence.
- Sound communication skills in English (both oral and written).
- A valid driver’s license.
- The ability to communicate in isiXhosa will be an advantage.
- An interest in access to justice.
The Full Minimum requirements against which candidates are to be measured are outlined above. Please refer to the above competencies to answer the questions on the application form. Applications must be supported by a full motivation, a curriculum vitae, certified copies of all relevant certificates and full academic results.
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How to apply
Closing date is 29 February 2016.
Please complete the application form and save it with your surname as the file name. Please attach your application with supporting documentation to an email with the job title as the subject line and send it to: [email protected]. Alternatively, you may post your application addressed to: The Director, Queenstown Rural Legal Centre, Rhodes University Law Clinic, P.O. Box 1408, Queenstown, 5320 ; or fax it to 045 838 5271 (for attention: The Director).