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    • Our Practice Areas

      The Law Society of Lesotho provides professional services, resources, support and benefits to its members and the legal profession in general. It undertakes community education concerning the law and the legal profession and engages in activities designed to improve access to justice. 

    • The Law Society actively seeks to influence policy and legislation through submissions to government, opposition parties, the courts and other bodies either in response to an invitation or otherwise.

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      Advocacy

      Advocacy

      The Law Society actively seeks to influence policy and legislation through submissions to government, opposition parties, the courts and other bodies either in response to an invitation or otherwise.

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    • Registered practitioners are forced to comply with standards which go beyond the requirements set out by Lesotho legislation. Firms complying with this will start using the Law Society's Approved Quality Practice logo on their letterheads and promotional material.

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      Accreditation

      Accreditation

      Registered practitioners are forced to comply with standards which go beyond the requirements set out by Lesotho legislation. Firms complying with this will start using the Law Society's Approved Quality Practice logo on their letterheads and promotional material.

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    • The Society seeks to empower young practitioners will relevant skills to survive in practice. The general public is also educated on matters of law, human rights and how to interact with law practitioners. This is a useful program that benefits the whole Basotho nation.

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      Education

      Education

      The Society seeks to empower young practitioners will relevant skills to survive in practice. The general public is also educated on matters of law, human rights and how to interact with law practitioners. This is a useful program that benefits the whole Basotho nation.

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    • If you have a complaint about a lawyer, the Law Society of Lesotho, as the regulatory body for lawyers, may be able to help you depending on the circumstances as outlined here. This may be in relation to inadequate professional service, excessive fees and misconduct.

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      Complaints

      Complaints

      If you have a complaint about a lawyer, the Law Society of Lesotho, as the regulatory body for lawyers, may be able to help you depending on the circumstances as outlined here. This may be in relation to inadequate professional service, excessive fees and misconduct.

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    • Call (266) 2232-4868 To Make An Appointment

      Do you have a complaint against any lawyer? Do you need legal advice? We work to ensure that no-one is above the law and to protect everyone's right to have access to justice.

      Call (266) 2232-4868

    • About

    • The law society was established in 1967 through an act of Parliament. That act was repealed and replaced by a new Act in 1983. The Legal Practitioners Act and the Law Society Act, and Rules of 1983, are the laws regulating the practice of lawyers. The Law Society is governed by a Council consisting of 5 legal practitioners elected by members of the Society. The Society has its offices at the Palace of Justice and has only one full time employee who performs secretarial and other minimal jobs.

    • The work of the society is done on a voluntary basis by its members, it has been necessary for the society to get external services and pay for such services. The society is desirous of improving its services, providing demand driven services to its members and its other stakeholders, improving subscription payment and collection and empowering and training its members so they get to and remain on the cutting edge of the profession.

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