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More Law Society bursaries

Top row from the left: Alexanderie Basson, Nicole Duminy, Michelle du Rand, Hassan Engelbrecht and Enrico Hamaseb. Bottom row from the left: Petrus Hatupopi, Nangula Nafuka, Magdalena Shiyagaya, Cailin Basson and Hilma Moses.

Top row from the left: Alexanderie Basson, Nicole Duminy, Michelle du Rand, Hassan Engelbrecht and Enrico Hamaseb. Bottom row from the left: Petrus Hatupopi, Nangula Nafuka, Magdalena Shiyagaya, Cailin Basson and Hilma Moses.

The Law Society of Namibia said this week as part of its policy to promote the education of students for the law profession, it has again, with the assistance of the Legal Practitioners’ Fidelity Fund and the Namibian Legal Practitioners’ Trust, granted bursaries to ten law students.
The Law Society has continually granted annual bursaries to law students for the 19 years since the promulgation of the Legal Practitioners Act in 1995, starting with five bursaries, increasing to ten bursaries per year since 2000.
The Society spends just over N$220,000 per year for all the bursaries together.

It has invested more than N$2 million in direct educational support. It also invests significantly for further legal training and continuing professional development offering various training programmes for all Namibian lawyers and candidate legal practitioners.
The eight repeat recipients of this year’s bursaries are Ms Alexanderie Basson, LLB, Maties, Ms Nicole Duminy, LLB, UNAM, Ms Michelle du Rand, LLB, Kovsies, Mr Hassan Engelbrecht, LLB, UNAM, Mr Enrico Hamaseb, LLB, UNAM, Mr Petrus Hatupopi, LLB, UNAM, Ms Nangula Nafuka, LLB, UNAM, and Ms Magdalena Shiyagaya, LLB, Tukkies.
The two first-time recipients are Ms Caillin Basson, LLB, UNAM and Ms Hilma Moses, LLB, UNAM.

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