College of Law

It’s moot and it matters

As South Africa gears up to celebrate Human Rights Day, meet two students who are not only experts in human rights locally, but who honed their continental expertise representing Unisa at the 26th All African Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Mauritius last year. Read more

Unisa LLB programme receives thumbs up from CHE

Unisa has warmly received the great news from the Council on Higher Education on the accreditation of its LLB programme. Read more

Have a heart

Unisa’s Centre for Public Law Studies is co-hosting the 15th All Africa International Humanitarian Law Course with the International Committee of the Red Cross. Read more

Dr Phumudzo Munyai is his only competition right now

The Unisa law academic is the first South African to obtain a PhD in competition law and aims to position the university as a leader in the field. Read more

Is your estate in order?

It is National Wills Week and all South Africans can get a free, simple will drafted by a qualified lawyer. Get yours from the Unisa Law Clinic today. Read more

SA's shortage of organs for transplant affects thousands

The problem is particularly severe among patients suffering from kidney failure, many of whom are turned away from the dialysis units of public hospitals every year. Read more

Chiota crowned Face of Zim queen

This second-year Unisa law student defined beauty as she stole the show at a glittering pageant in Harare. Read more

Let us civilise international criminal law, says Judge Afako

The seventh annual Thabo Mbeki Africa Day lecture created a platform to discuss the role of the ICC in Africa and how to strike the right balance between the pursuit of peace and of justice. Read more

Protecting traditional knowledge and genetic resources

The South African Research Chair in Law, Society and Technology offered its first lecture series in January. Read more