Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Bursary South Africa 2022 – 2023
ABOUT THE BURSARY PROVIDER – CLIFFE DEKKER HOFMEYR
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Bursary South Africa | The history of Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc dates back all the way to 1853 when W E Moore & Son was founded. The company later became Syfret Godlonton-Fuller Moore and in 2008, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc was born as the result of a merger between Cliffe Dekker and Hofmeyr, Herbstein & Gihwala.
The proudly South African full-service law firm now employs over 350 lawyers across their Johannesburg and Cape Town offices. In fact, Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr (member of the international DLA Piper Group) is one of South Africa’s biggest business law firms.
The company’s expertise lies within the following areas: employment; pro bono and human rights; dispute resolution; real estate; trusts and estates; finance and banking; corporate and commercial; projects and infrastructure; technology and sourcing; tax and exchange control; environmental; competition.
The company’s key sectors include arbitration; finance and banking; telecommunications; oil, energy and gas; mining and minerals; hospitality and leisure; and projects and infrastructure.
ABOUT THE CLIFFE DEKKER HOFMEYR BURSARY PROGRAMME – FIELDS COVERED
Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr is inviting students to apply for their bursary programme, for the 2023 academic year.
Each year, the company awards bursaries to deserving students, within the Law faculty, for studies toward an Undergraduate or Postgraduate LLB qualification.
MORE ABOUT THE CLIFFE DEKKER HOFMEYR BURSARY PROGRAMME – OBLIGATIONS
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During the course of their studies, bursary recipients will be required to:
- Attend a vacation programme for law students, if invited
- Submit all academic results and progress reports, if required
- Agree to a right of first refusal regarding the Practical Vocational Training
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CLIFFE DEKKER HOFMEYR BURSARY
Applicants must satisfy the following minimum entry criteria before applying (please note that failure to satisfy all the requirements will lead to your application not being considered):
- You must be a South African citizen OR a permanent resident in South Africa
- You must be studying towards an LLB degree qualification (at undergraduate or postgraduate level)
- You must be studying full-time at a recognised and accredited University in South Africa
- You must have achieved a minimum overall average of 63%
- You must have a strong academic record
- You must have excellence in another field
- You must have proven financial need
HOW TO APPLY FOR THE CLIFFE DEKKER HOFMEYR BURSARY
Applications must be submitted online at; Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Bursary Application 2023
Applicants will be required to register an account before they can Login and apply.
Submit clear copies of the following supporting documentation along with your online application (the submission of these documents is compulsory – if any items are missing, your application may be disqualified):
- ID document or passport (certified copy)
- Matric certificate (certified copy)
- Full University academic record/ transcript (on institutes letterhead)
- Covering letter (including the following: why you deserve to be awarded a bursary, what is important to you in life and any other information you would like to bring attention to)
- Curriculum Vitae
CLOSING DATE FOR THE CLIFFE DEKKER HOFMEYR BURSARY
1 September 2022.
(Applications submitted after this date will not be accepted – please apply before the closing date to ensure your application is considered.)
CONTACT THE BURSARY PROVIDER
For any queries related to this bursary programme, please contact Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr directly:
Tel: 011 562 1000
Cape Town office
Tel: 021 481 6300
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