Young Scholars Society
SASLAW YOUNG SCHOLARS SOCIETY

ABOUT THE PROJECT

SASLAW’s Young Scholars Society (YSS) is a membership association for those involved in all aspects of Labour Law in South Africa. YSS welcomes members under the age of 35 to be part of this young and vibrant community. Events and forums have been created especially for this category of membership.

WHY BECOME A MEMBER OF SASLAW

MEMBER BENEFITS

Amongst the benefits which YSS offers, it’s members enjoy:

  • Regular seminars and workshops on topical issuesin all 5 chapters: Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, PE and Bloemfontein.
  • Communication containing reference developments in the field of labour law, information and judgements.
  • Contact with colleagues, networking and learning opportunitiest o debate current issues with peers.
  • Membership of the International Society for Security & Labour Law.
  • Opportunity to attend the SASLAW Annual Conference at member rates.
  • Access to all papers and presentations given at SASLAW seminars and workshops around the country on the website members page.
  • Access to vacation work opportunities at established law firms.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO JOIN THE YSS?

ELIGIBILTY

The Committee proposes that any person under the age of 35, may be eligible to be part of the YSS. Members include final year and master’s degree students (in the law and human resources management), candidate attorneys in the employment law division, junior advocate sand young members working in public sector and corporate fields.¬†

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO BECOME A MEMBER?

MEMBERSHIP FEES

The members of the YSS would join SASLAW and pay the relevant membership fee to belong to the society. the 2020/2021 membership fees are currently:

  • R250 excl VAT- Full time student in academic institution¬†
  • R800excl VAT – Candidate Attorney
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO BECOME A MEMBER?

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