Justice Through Legal Education

2009 STATISTICS

Part 1: 14 Legal Aid Clinics of South Africa and their staff; nature of their employment in 2009

Part 2: 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa and their 86 staff; years of experience at work in 2009: "less than 2 years"

Part 3: 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa and their 86 staff; years of experience at work in 2009: "between 2 and 5 years"

Part 4: 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa and their 86 staff; years of experience at work in 2009: "between 5 and 10 years"

Part 5: 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa and their 86 staff; years of experience at work in 2009: "over 10 years"

Part 6: Attorneys and advocates of 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa and their engagement in the following categories of work in 2009

Part 7: Attorneys and advocates of 14 Legal Aid Clinics of South Africa involved in the Justice to Access projects in 2009

Part 8: Advocates and attorneys from 14 Legal Aid Clinics of South Africa having the right of appearance in High Court during 2009 

Part 9: The nature of lecturing duties undertaken by your clinic staff

Part 10: Percentage of clinics and their staff involved in lecturing duties out of 14 Legal Aid Clinics of South Africa during 2009

Part 11: Administrative staff of 14 Legal Aid Clinics of South Africa and their involvement in two categories of work during 2009

Part 12: The number of clinics that employ certain administrative staff out of 14 Legal Aid Clinics of South Africa during 2009

Part 13: Legal Aid Clinics that operate a satellite clinic

Part 14: Percentage of Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa running a satellite clinic in 2009 

Part 15: Percentage of criminal and civil litigation cases handled at 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa during 2009

Part 16: Percentage of criminal litigation cases handled at different courts by 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa during 2009

Part 17: Percentage of civil litigation cases handled by 14 Legal Aid Clinics of South Africa during 2009

Part 18: Legal practice: Clients assited in 2009

Part 19: Types of Legal Intervention

Part 19.1: Quality management techniques employed in terms of legal services during 2009

Part 19.2: Other legal practice developments and innovations recently introduced and the results

Part 19.3: The main challenges faced by clinics in terms of the provision of legal services

Part 19.4: Accreditation: Are you required to apply for accreditation from your law society on a yearly basis

Part 19.5: Do you require clinic clients to pay

Part 20.1: Access to Justice: During 2009 indicate which of the following projects your clinic is involved in

Part 20.2: Percentage of 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa that are involved in Access to Justice related projects during 2009

Part 21: Clinical Legal Education: Student training and clinical programme

Part 21.1: Clinical Legal Education: Student training and clinical programme

Part 21.2: Clinical Legal Education: The number of clinics using models in the clinical programme out of 14 Legal Aid Clinics of South Africa during 2009

Part 21.3: Clinical Legal Education: Number of Legal Aid Clinics out of 14 in South Africa running certain contents in their clinical law curriculum during 2009

Part 21.4: Clinical Legal Education: What is the main content of your clinical law curriculum

Part 21.5: Clinical Legal Education: What assessment methods does your clinic employ in the clinical law programme

Part 21.6: Clinical Legal Education: Number of Legal Aid Clinics out of 14 in South Africa employing certain assessment methods in their clinical law programme during 2009

Part 22: Funding: Average percentage of sources of funding received by 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa during 2009

Part 22.1: Funding: Average percentage of the university's contribution to the running of 14 Legal Aid Clinics in South Africa during 2009

Part 22.2: Funding: Number of Legal Aid Clinics out of 14 in South Africa using various modes of transport during 2009

Part 22.3: Funding: Which of the following modes of transport were used by your clinic during 2009

Part 23: Clinics forming part of AULAI





2015 statistics

Part 1: The nature of lecturing duties undertaken by clinic staff of 17 Law Clinics during 2015

Part 2: The main challenges faced by your clinic in terms of the provision of legal services during 2015

Part 3: Accreditation: Are you required to apply for accreditation from your law society on a yearly basis (applicable during 2015)

Part 4: During 2015 do you require clinic clients to pay

Part 5: Legal Practise: Does your clinic operate a satellite clinic

Part 6: Law Clinics handling criminal cases during 2015

Part 7: Summary of all cases (civil and criminal) handled in 2015 by 17 Law Clinics

Part 8: Content of curricula

Part 8.1: Student training and clinical law programme at 16 Law Clinics (1 did not declare) during 2015

Part 8.2: Student training and clinical programme of 17 Law Clinics in South Africa during 2015

Part 8.3: The main content of your clinical law curriculum during 2015

Part 9: The main challenges faced by clinics during 2015

Part 10: The modes of transport used by your clinic during 2015

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Part 11: Other legal practice developments and innovations introduced by your clinic in 2015 and the results

Part 12: The main challenges faced by your clinic in terms of the provision of legal services during 2015

Part 13: Law Clinics participating in 2015

Part 14: Law Clinics and Legal Services at 17 Law clinics during 2015: Quality Assurance Measures

Part 15: Access To Justice Related Projects - Law Clinics' involvement in various projects during 2015

Part 16: What assessment methods does your clinic employ in the clinical law programme (during 2015)

Part 17: Research and Publications by Law Clinic's clinicians during 2015

2016 STATISTICS

Part 1: The nature of lecturing duties undertaken by clinic staff of 17 Law Clinics during 2016?

Part 2:  Do you require clinic clients to pay (during 2016)?

Part 3: What other legal practice developments and innovations were introduced by your clinic in 2016? Have they had positive results? 

Part 4: Are you required to apply for accreditation from your law society on a yearly basis (applicable during 2016)?

Part 5: List the main challenges faced by your clinic in terms of the provision of legal services during 2016? 

Part 6: Does your clinic operate a satellite clinic?

Part 7: Law Clinics handling criminal cases during 2016:

Part 8: Summary of all cases (civil and criminal) handled in 2016 by 17 Law Clinics:

Part 9: Student training and clinical law programme at 17 Law Clinics during 2016: 

Part 10: What assessment methods does your clinic employ in the clinical law programme (during 2016)?

Part 11: The main challenges faced by clinics during 2016:

Part 12: What is the main content of your clinical law curriculum (during 2016)?

Part 13: The percentage of the sources of funding received by your clinic in 2016 (reflect as percentage of the total funding contribution):

Part 14: Law Clinics and Legal Services at 17 Law clinics during 2016- Quality Assurance Measures :

Part 15: Access To Justice Related Projects - Law Clinics' involvement in various projects during 2016:

Part 16:  Research and Publications by Law Clinic's clinicians during 2016:

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Chrisna Landsberg

North West University, Potchefstroom Campus

Tel:  (018) 297-5341

Email: chrisna.landsberg@nwu.ac.za

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