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The book examines the legal profession and its legacy that has been enhances by many philosophers such as Aristotle, Dworkin and Hlahlo.
It analysis the constitutionality of bullying in the legal field by looking into the Bill of Rights that are infringed by the bullies.
These rights are for example, the right to equality, dignity privacy and fair labour practice.
These rights are entrenched in the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa of 1996 yet the bullies contravene them.
The book critically examines the current statutes that regulate bullying in different contexts, such as The Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995, as amended; Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998; Protection from Harassment Act 17 of 2011, as well as Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act 14 of 2000.
The book further explores the legal requirement of ‘fit and proper’ within the context of bullying in the legal field and looks at the approach followed by the courts in these cases.
In addition, the book does a comparative study between South Africa, Australia and Germany.
Dr Nombulelo Queen MabekaSenior Lecturer, University of South Africa.LLD, LLM, LLB.Admitted attorney of the High Court.
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