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Looking for a Labour Attorney in Cape Town?

As a Labour attorney Cape Town, you specialize in labour-related cases, which means you deal primarily with the relationship between an employer and a union. You handle the bargaining and negotiations that go on between these two camps, ensuring both the rights of the workers and the best interests of the employers.

You counsel your clients regarding their rights as an organized group. But the majority of your working hours is spent researching precedents rather than counselling clients or arguing in a courtroom. This is because the earlier ruling in a case can weigh heavily on the outcome of your current ones, and knowing the history of cases similar to the ones you’re working on can benefit your argument, and affect your strategy.

Your workload isn’t too different from the normal workload of any other Lawyer. But it is your area of expertise that helps the “little guy”—hundreds, sometimes thousands of them to boot. Between your negotiations, meetings, and proposals, you have the chance to change the lives of union workers now and for generations to come.

Labour attorney Cape Town, just like any other type of Lawyer, must first earn a Bachelor’s degree, and then complete a law degree at a law school. As a labour law student in particular, you should take courses in history, social science, political science, and economics. After law school, you have to pass the Bar Examination to be able to practice.

Labour Attorney in Cape Town