National Forum on the Legal Profession was established by the Legal Practice Act, 2014 (Act 28 of 2014), as a body corporate with full legal capacity.
The role of the National Forum is to provide a legislative framework for the transformation and restructuring of the legal profession in line with constitutional imperatives so as to facilitate and enhance an independent legal profession that broadly reflects the diversity and demographics of the Country as set out in the Legal Practice Act.
The Forum is expected to level the playing field for the establishment of the Legal Practice Council and Provincial Councils.
Follow this link to view the members of the National Forum, the various committee chairpersons and administration staff.
Currently there are four committees, each with designated members and a chairperson.
For more information visit the Law Society of South Africa's website.
National Forum on the Legal Profession
Spooral Pack Building,
2007 Lenchen Avenue South,
Ms Sbongile Cutshwa
Head of Administration in the National Forum
012 622 6342/
082 924 5784