De Rebus is the South African attorneys' journal, which is published monthly - 11 times a year - by the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA). The LSSA is made up of the following constituent members: The Black Lawyers Association, the National Association of Democratic Lawyers and provincial attorneys' associations. The LSSA represents the attorneys' profession on a national basis.
De Rebus circulates to legal practitioners, candidate legal practitioners, magistrates, prosecutors, judges and a number of subscribers who are interested in the legal fraternity. Its goal is to be an independent and questioning observer of the legal profession.
Its editorial content is authoritative, frank and sometimes contentious. It strives to present a comprehensive overview of developments in the legal profession. Above all else, its main goal is to be an educational tool for the profession and to be used for research purposes confirming its longevity in the hands of its reader. Because De Rebus is a journal, it means that readers refer to it more than once for research purposes.
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