• 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 That act was repealed and replaced by a new Act in 1983.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.

  • The Society's Council

  • President

    Mosuoenyane Masiphole

    Advocate

  • Vice President

    Kaizer Selimo

    Advocate

    Kaizer Johannes Selimo, LLB NUL 2011, Admitted as Advocate of the Courts of Lesotho, 2011, Practiced as Advocate Maqakachane Chambers from 2011-2017, Practiced as Advocate at Sello Mafatle Attorneys, occupying position-  Head of Research and Litigation

  • Secretary General

    Nthati Pheko

    Advocate

    Advocate Pheko studied LLB at National University of Lesotho and completed in 2011. She has practiced law under chambers styled K.E.M Chambers. Advocate Pheko has enrolled and registered to study Master of Laws (in Commercial Law) with the National University of Lesotho. She has been a member of Law Society Council since 2016 to date.

  • Treasurer

    Mamosa Mohlabula

    Advocate

    A practicing lawyer of all the Courts of Lesotho, admitted in the year 2006. A gender and human rights activist who holds Master of Laws in Human Rights (LLM) specializing with sexual and reproductive health rights from the University of Orange Free State. She is currently working at Women and Law in Southern Africa – (WLSA) as Programmes Director since 2008.

  • Member

    Shafiq Isaacs

    Advocate

    Adv Isaacs is a young legal Practitioner who has special interest in Labour Law in particular Health and safety in the extractive industries and social security law. He has done a lot of consulting work on the development of health and safety policies in the SADC region.