Dakalo Singo

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Senior Associate

Location: Johannesburg

Tel: +27 11 535 8199

Fax: +27 11 535 8623

Email: dsingo@werksmans.com

ABOUT

Dakalo Singo is a Senior Associate in the Pro Bono practice area. He specialises in Pro Bono legal advice and assistance; dispute resolution and general civil litigation; and labour and employment law. Dakalo also advises on matters related to human rights and social justice. He is the author of a chapter named ‘Drafting Pleadings, Notices and Applications’ in a text book titled Clinical Law in South Africa (3rd Edition), which is prescribed in various South African universities. Dakalo also published an article in the Stellenbosch Law Review entitled “The Role of South African University Law Clinics in the LLB Degree.”

  • Land Reform Restitution & Tenure
  • Pro Bono
  • Pro Bono legal advice and assistance;
  • Dispute resolution and general civil litigation;
  • Labour and Employment law
  • Labour and Employment law;
  • Human rights, social justice and public interest law;
  • General civil law matters
  • LLB (University of South Africa);
  • LLM (University of the Witwatersrand);
  • 2012: Supervising Attorney, Wits Law Clinic;
  • 2017: Senior Associate, Werksmans
  • Supervised the Labour Law Unit at the Wits Law Clinic (between 2012 and 2017);
  • Published a chapter, namely 'Drafting Pleadings, Notices and Applications' in a text book titled Clinical Law in South Africa (3rd Edition), which is prescribed in various South African universities;
  • Published an article in the Stellenbosch Law Review titled "The Role of South African University Law Clinics in the LLB Degree";
  • Interviewed and commented for various news media (radio, newspaper and television) regarding labour and general legal issues;
  • Lectures Labour Dispute Resolution classes for the Legal Education and Development (LEAD) programme offered by the Law Society of South Africa (at Wits University);
  • Lectured and supervised students enrolled for the Practical Legal Studies course at Wits University;
  • Tutored students enrolled for the Civil Procedure course at Wits University;
  • Previously served on the board of a local radio station.