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.

Pro Bono Law on Radio Today – the end of an era

By Margaret Fish. For the past eleven years ProBono.Org, in association with the Constitution Hill Trust and Norton Rose Fulbright

Patrick Bracher speaks to Jean Ewang about women’s rights in respect of sexual harassment in the workplace

Our guest was Jean Ewang, a partner at Hogan Lovells attorneys. She has advised state entities, multinational companies and

Lauren Salt from Baker McKenzie’s Employment and Compensation Group discusses gender pay disparities

Our guest was Lauren Salt, senior associate in Baker McKenzie’s Employment and Compensation Group in Johannesburg. Lauren represents both local

Peter Delius, Professor and historian at Wits talks about land rights and the land restitution process

Our guest was Peter Delius, Associate Professor and historian at Wits, and writer of The Land Belongs to Us, who

Patrick Bracher speaks to Nicole Loser, attorney in the Pollution & Climate Change Programme

Our guest was Nicole Loser, attorney in the Pollution & Climate Change Programme at the Centre for Environmental Rights in

Radio Today: Karabo Ozah speaks about access to justice for children

Our guest was Karabo Ozah, deputy director of the Centre for Child Law at the University of Pretoria, who has

Radio Today: Suzgo Lungo, from the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) who was discussing the latest developments regarding the SADC Tribunal

Our guest was Suzgo Lungo, from the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) who was discussing the latest developments regarding the

Patrick Bracher speaks to Yasmin Sooka, the Executive Director of the Foundation for Human Rights

Our guest was Yasmin Sooka, the Executive Director of the Foundation for Human Rights. On 26 March the FHR launched

Lavanya Pillay of Webber Wentzel talks about the right to freedom of expression

Our guest was Lavanya Pillay of Webber Wentzel, who was talking about the right to freedom of expression. Lavanya was

Radio today - Women’s rights activist Lisa Vetten talks about the Dept of Social Development subsidisation of social care services

Our guest was women’s rights activist Lisa Vetten, who was talking about the Dept of Social Development subsidisation of social