Free legal training in Eastridge for public

2015-09-08 06:00

ENSafrica, a law firm with an office in East­ridge, will host a range of pro bono workshops on different legal topics.

Each workshop will take place at the office at 1 Naboom Street and run for about two hours from 10:00.

Residents can expect a host of presenters to help understand the following topics.

. Today (part 1) and Tuesday 15 September (part 2): A workshop on the land registry process.

. Tomorrow the topic will be funeral policies.

. Protecting your trademarks will be discussed on Monday 21 September.

. Ponzi schemes and pyramid schemes will be discussed on Monday 28 September.

. On Wednesday 30 September, negotiating finance agreements (a borrower’s perspective) will be discussed.

The workshops are free and open to all. Seats are limited and given out on a first come-first serve basis.


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