Legal Aid South Africa has petitioned the Constitutional Court over the Marikana funding matter. The Supreme court of Appeal previously ordered the organisation to pay the fees of lawyers – representing injured and arrested miners – as well as the widows of
34 miners at the Marikana Commission of Inquiry. But after footing a bill of more than 25 million rand – Legal Aid SA wants the ruling overturned.
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Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Connie Clark continues an overview of the state’s Access to Justice Initiative, “Justice for All,” at the Access to Justice: Tearing Down the Barriers panel presentation held at the law offices of Baker Donelson in Nashville on March 31, 2014.
Tennessee attorneys should aspire to provide 50 hours of pro bono legal services per year. The program offers attorneys recognition and CLE credit for pro-bono work. Attorneys who are employed by the government, serve as in-house counsel, or are retired are eligible to contribute pro-bono hours to the initiative.
See part 1 here: http://youtu.be/kVdvLqZOhIw
See part 3 here: http://youtu.be/j2EsSv-VybU
The National Judicial College
The Tennessee Supreme Court
The Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission
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