The founding member of the biggest law firm in South Africa is Lesley Ramulifho. Among the many cases they work in, Lesley Ramulifho has promoted the law reform in South Africa, the facilitation of adoption of Acts and establishment of new State Institutions, and many others. This law firm counts with the best attorneys from the country, experts from around the globe and bright professionals with a common target: to improve the law in the country.
Lesley Ramulifho honorary leadership. Lesley Ramulifho graduated at Pretoria University and received his honorary leadership colours at the University of Pretoria a few years ago. Lesley Ramulifho completed his articles of clerkship at one of the Pretoria Law firms from that moment, and concentrates on all aspects of labour law as well as general litigation and commercial work. Lesley Ramulifho is in the board. Lesley Ramulifho has been in the board of international and Domestic Air services licensing and he recently assisted the Department of Agriculture and was involved in the establishment a government’s facility to help develop new security and technologies for the country. Lesley Ramulifho Attorneys firm was instrumental in the establishment of South African Social Security Agency.
Lesley Ramulifho a legal issue. Lesley Ramulifho handled all the legal and compliance issue relating to the establishment of the Agency. He has a post graduate Diploma in Insolvency Law and Practice and Advance Certificate in Labour Law at the University of Pretoria. Lesley Ramulifho was a junior partner at Ramulifho attorneys before he open his own firm under the name of Lesley Ramulifho Attorneys.
Lesley Ramulifho a legal and professional attorney. Ramulifho is an Arbitrator for the Education labour Relations Council and he is also a presiding officer for the Compensation Fund in the department of labour. Lesley Ramulifho is a legal professional attorney, who is committed with his profession, his clients and the law. He will always work to improve the law and guarantee human rights in South Africa.