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Sam Moleko

Sam Moleko obtained his LL.B degree from the University of the Free State (UFS) and achieved exemplary academic performance during his studies, being placed among the top law students. He was also vice-president of the International Golden Key Honorary Society and was elected as a member of the Secretariat at the Twenty Second International Symposium on Economic Crimes at Jesus College, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Sam has a strong background in commercial, public sector and administrative law as well as in public private partnerships and infrastructure projects. Sam has been lead advisor and legal consultant to many public sector, parastatal, institutional and private sector clients and has been involved in a broad range of commercial and business transactions providing legal advice and support to executives and client boards.

Lesley Mokgoro

Lesley Mokgoro obtained his LL.B degree from Vista University. As a student he represented the University of the Free State at the Phillip Yessup International Moot Court Competitions and was also selected to participate in the Integrated Bar Project Internship Programe. Lesley was awarded a LL.M degree in Labour Law (Cum Laude) by the University of the Free State as well as another LL.M degree in Corporate Law. Lesley is a part-time lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of the Free State presenting courses for the Masters’ degree in Labour Law, Post Graduate Diploma in Labour law, Advanced Certificate in Labour Law and a Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution. Lesley has also been a guest lectured at the UFS School of Business lecturing MBA graduates on labour law and human resources.

Lesley specialises in labour, employment and occupational health and safety law. With a strong background in litigation Lesley has built up extensive experience in the corporate and government sector with a broad profile of governmental, institutional, municipal and private sector clients to whom he advises on business, labour and employment issues.

John Mophethe

John Mophethe obtained his LL.B degree from Vista University and subsequently also obtained a Masters degree and an Advanced Certificate in Labour Law from the University of the Free State. John has completed an Assessor Course accredited by ETDP-SETA and is also a qualified divorce mediator. John is a LEAD instructor at the Free State School of Law and is listed on the panel of liquidators at a number of Master‘s offices across the country. John is currently enrolled for a further Masters degree in Black Economic Empowerment.

John has specialised in a broad range of disciplines including property, mediation, insolvency and business rescue, labour and black economic empowerment law working extensively with clients in the private and parastatal sector.

Douglas Henney

Douglas Henney is an attorney, notary public and a conveyancer with more than twenty years’ experience with property and developments. Douglas holds a B.Proc degree with additional Diplomas in Constitutional Litigation, Project Management and Risk Management.

Douglas has extensive experience in all facets of the property sector and property law. He is a member of the Free State Law Society’s examination panel for Notarial Practice and member of different offices of the Master of the High Court’s panel for liquidators / trustees, specialising in the management of insolvent estates and judicial management of companies in liquidation and interrogations in terms of the Insolvency Act, Companies Act and Closed Corporations Act and the administration of estates in the agricultural sector.