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                       18th, 19th and 20th of May 2011.

The Professional Development Project of the Faculty of Law, UCT is pleased to be presenting
a course in Administrative Justice again in 2011.

This course is an introductory course and will deal with the following aspects of
Administrative Law:
Day 1: General introduction to the Bill of Rights and Administrative Law.
        Outline of PAJA and section 33.
Day 2: Lawfulness and Procedural fairness
Day 3: Reasonableness, Reasons and remedies.

Who should attend?
Anyone, and everyone in Government Departments, and anyone who is interested in, and
wants to brush up on their administrative law knowledge.

Course presenters.....

 Hugh Corder has been Professor of Public Law at UCT since 1987. A graduate of the
universities of Cape Town, Cambridge and Oxford, his main teaching and research interests
fall within the field of Constitutional and Administrative Law, particularly judicial appointment
and accountability and mechanisms to further administrative accountability. Professor Corder
has been widely involved in community work since his student days, concentrating on popular
legal education, race relations, human rights and the abolition of the death penalty. He
served as a technical adviser in the drafting of the transitional Bill of Rights for South Africa.
He has written two books and edited a further three, and has contributed many articles and
chapters in books.

Danwood Mzikenge Chirwa is an Associate Professor and is currently Head of the Public
Law Department at the University of Cape Town (with effect from 1 July 2009). He is also an
Associate Professor and a fellow at the University of Cape Town. He teaches administrative
law, international protection of human rights, current issues in constitutional law, and
children's rights. He has published widely on human rights especially economic and social
rights. In January 2007, he was an international visiting scholar at Queens University in
Canada, where he taught an intensive course in socio-economic rights. He has also taught as
a guest lecturer in the LLM programmes on human rights and democratisation in Venice, the
University of the Western Cape, and at the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria.

Prof Geo Quinot is Professor in the Department of Public Law at Stellenbosch University. He
mainly teaches administrative and constitutional law, but is also involved in the development
of and teaching in new undergraduate and postgraduate courses on public procurement
regulation at the Stellenbosch Law Faculty. His research focuses on general administrative
law, including a particular focus on the regulation of state commercial activity. He is the
author of various articles in academic journals and electronic publications such as Juta’s
Quarterly Review of South African Law to which he contributes quarterly updates on public
procurement law, chapters in book publications, and two recent books, viz. Administrative
Law Cases and Materials (Juta & Co, 2008) and State Commercial Activity: A Legal
Framework (Juta & Co, 2009). Geo is currently involved in a British Academy funded project
on public procurement regulation in Southern Africa as lead African partner in partnership
with the Public Procurement Research Group at the University of Nottingham, with Sue
Arrowsmith as project leader. He studied law at the University of Stellenbosch, where he also
obtained his doctorate in 2007 on a dissertation focusing on government contracting, and at
the University of Virginia School of Law in the United States as a Fulbright fellow.

Closing date for registration: Friday the 6th of May 2011

Price: R6500 per delegate.

Registration and enquiries:
Please contact Irèna Wasserfall or Shani Vavruch at the Professional Development Project:
Telephone    021-650     5621     or   021-650    5413;  Fax    021-650    5662;  e-mail /

Physical address:                                 Postal address:
Professional Development Project                  Professional Development Project
Rm 4.09 Kramer Law Building                       Rm 4.09 Kramer Law Building
Middle Campus, UCT                                Middle Campus, UCT
Rondebosch 7700                                   Private Bag X3
                                                  Rondebosch 7701
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Venue: Law Faculty, Middle Campus, UCT (Directions will be sent later.)
Date: 18 - 20 May 2011

Closing date for Registrations: Friday the 6th of May 2010
COMPLETE IN FULL. Use ONE form per person registering. Please write clearly.
Incomplete forms will not be processed.
Return completed forms by fax to 021- 650- 5662 OR by e-mail to or
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COURSE FEE (VAT exempt )            R 6 500.00
          Payment must be made within 30 days of date of invoice.
This fee includes refreshments and lunches, course material, parking and access to the

DISCOUNTS: Groups of 5 or more from the same firm/organisation may apply for a
5 – 10 people = 10%                       10 – 20 people = 15%

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Balance payable within 60 days of invoice
Special application may be made to pay a reduced fee, based on financial need. If you wish
to apply for a reduction, please submit a full motivation, with a statement of income and
expenditure, including a list of liabilities due under credit or instalment agreements.

   1. You will be invoiced for your attendance – payment must be made within 30 days of date of
      invoice, or 60 days in the case of the 2 months payment plan.
   2. Cancellations:
          i.       You may cancel your registration in writing BEFORE the closing date of
                   registrations, but you will be liable for a R500.00 administration fee.
          ii.      Those who have registered and have not cancelled in writing BEFORE the closing
                   date for registrations, will be liable for the full fee.
          iii.     You may not cancel your registration after registrations have closed.

    3. UCT reserves to itself the right to take any legal proceedings to recover the full fees payable
       in the case of dishonoured cheques or other non-payment, and to recover any costs in
       connection with such recovery.
   4. UCT reserves the right to cancel the course if insufficient registrations are received, in which
      case the course fee will be refunded in full if already paid.
   5. Submission of this form will be taken as acceptance of the conditions above.

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Physical address:                                Postal address:
Professional Development Project                 Professional Development Project
Rm 4.09, Kramer Law Building                     Rm 4.09, Kramer Law Building
Middle Campus, UCT                               Private Bag X3
Rondebosch 7700                                  Middle Campus, UCT, Rondebosch 7700

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