Patrick Bracher of Norton Rose Fulbright SA hosts ProBono Law every second Thursday, in partnership with ProBono.Org and the Constitution Hill Trust. It is aired on Radio Today.

Patrick Bracher speaks with guest Liesl Muller, head of the Statelessness Project at Lawyers for Human Rights

Patrick Bracher with guest Liesl Muller, head of the Statelessness Project at Lawyers for Human Rights. They discussed the right

Radio Today: Talking about gender rights and housing

Our guest was Tarisai Mugunyani. She is an attorney in the Land and Housing Unit at Lawyers for Human Rights

Pro Bono Law on Radio Today

For the past nine years ProBono.Org, in partnership with Norton Rose Fulbright SA (NRF), has had a half-hour slot on

Radio Today speaks to guest Maurice Smithers, project manager of the People’s Coalition Against Xenophobia (PCAX)

To mark World Refugee Day on 20 June, our guest for the show on 7 July will be Maurice Smithers,

RADIO TODAY: @PBracher1 with guest, Nikhiel Deeplal

In light of the 40th anniversary of the 1976 student protests, Nikhiel talks about the relevance of 16 June 1976

Glenn Penfold talks about the rules and principles that apply to governmental decision-making

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Glenn Penfold from Webber Wentzel. He practices in the areas of constitutional and administrative law,

Constitutionally speaking: The Nkandla judgment – the gap between law and justice - 14 April 2016

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Lawson Naidoo, Executive Secretary of the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution

Patrick Bracher hosts Vlad Movshovich and Pooja Dela of Webber Wentzel - 18 March 2016

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Vlad Movshovich and Pooja Dela of Webber Wentzel Johannesburg (@webberwentzel). They represented the Helen Suzman

Patrick Bracher hosts Wandisa Phama from the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) at Wits who talks about business, human rights and gender

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Wandisa Phama from the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) at Wits.  She will talk

Radio Today. Nkandla – what should have happened but never did

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Pierre de Vos, Constitutional Law expert and professor in the Department of Public Law at