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High Court Legal Practitioner Criminal
Salary: R774,660.00 all-inclusive package per annum
Justice & Protection
reference number THO/HCLP/1/04/2022
Thohoyandou Local Office
Enquiries to Innocent Hlungwani, Tel: 015 962 6268
Where to submit application
A detailed curriculum vitae reflecting practical application of the position outputs and the required competencies as advertised must be submitted by close of business on 22 April 2022, quoting the reference number THO/HCLP/1/04/2022 in the subject line to LMPRecruit@legal-aid.co.za or apply online at www.legal-aid.co.za
The employment decision shall be informed by the Employment Equity Plan of Legal Aid SA. It is Legal Aid SA’s intention to promote equity (race, gender and disability) through the filling of this post(s) with a candidate whose transfer/promotion/appointment will promote representivity in line with the numerical targets as contained in our Employment Equity Plan. Legal Aid SA reserves the right to withdraw posts or not to make an appointment, if by doing so, the interests of Legal Aid SA will be best served.
KEY OUTPUTS Provide legal representation to indigent accused persons at High Court level. Handling of complex criminal High Court matters. Training and supervision of Candidate Attorneys. Perform office administration. Represent women, children and landless people in criminal matters. COMPETENCIES (SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ATTRIBUTES) REQUIRED Admitted attorney or advocate (the latter must have completed pupilage successfully at an institution recognised by Legal Aid SA). Legal representation at High Court level. Minimum of at least seven (7) years’ post-qualification experience of which five (5) years must be post-admission experience. A minimum of four (4) years’ High Court experience, or a minimum of six (6) years’ Regional Court experience. LLB degree. Proven track record in criminal matters at High Court level. Valid driver’s licence will be an advantage. Right of appearance in High Court. Excellent verbal and written communication. Analytical thinking. Team player. Self-development orientation.