Linda de Wet

CALLED TO BAR: 2009
COUNTRIES OF ADMISSION: South Africa

Linda de Wet was admitted as an advocate during 2009, whereafter she appeared in various Magistrates Courts, High Courts, CCMAs, Bargaining Councils, tribunals and other like forums. During 2017 and 2018, De Wet worked at a national Property Management Company, where she assisted with various aspects pertaining to community schemes and property management, including attending at the newly-established CSOS, as well as debt collection on behalf of community schemes. De Wet also sat as a regional committee member of NAMA for 2017/2018, until her return to the Johannesburg Society of Advocates. De Wet has a keen interest in children’s rights, environmental law and public international law; and has vast experience in family and matrimonial law, labour law, contractual law, property law (including community schemes) and litigation.

PRACTICE AREAS

  • Property Law (including Community Schemes)
  • Family & Matrimonial Law
  • Law of Delict
  • Law of Contract
  • Labour  Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Environmental Law

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree: BA (Law) – University of Johannesburg
  • LLB – University of Johannesburg

REPORTED CASES

  • JG v CG 2012 (3) SA 103 (GSJ)