Welcome to the Publications page of SWCM! Here, we provide a platform for our mentees to showcase their writing and drafting skills by submitting articles and publications on various topics of interest. It’s an opportunity for mentees to explore their passions, share their insights, and contribute to the legal community. We encourage all mentees to take advantage of this platform to hone their skills and make their voices heard. Dive into our collection of articles and publications to discover the diverse perspectives and expertise of our mentees.

Do we need a student mental health policy in the law field to create fit and proper legal practitioners?

Nyeleti Rhikotso, challenges the idea of prioritizing ones career success over their mental health in a competitive field such as law. Rikhotso raises concerns about the impact on aspiring legal practitioners and  suggests the introduction of a student mental health policy as a measure to producing holistic legal practioners. 

The Impact of Technology on the Legal Sphere in South Africa

In an era marked by rapid technological advancements, the legal landscape in South Africa is undergoing a profound transformation. In this exploration, Keziah Toemaker delves into the multifaceted impact of technology on the legal sphere, shedding light on both its positive contributions and the challenges it presents to various stakeholders.

Navigating the Path to Harmonisation: The Imperative of Sound Legal Rules in International Private Law

In the intricate tapestry of international law, harmonisation stands as a linchpin for fostering global unity. The journey involves crafting a cohesive set of legal rules within international private law, aiming to balance diverse norms and boost investor confidence in commercial private international law