Legal Resources Centre
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The Legal Resources Centre (LRC) is a human rights organisation based in South Africa with offices in Johannesburg (including a Constitutional Litigation Unit), Cape Town, Durban and Grahamstown. It was founded in 1979 by a group of prominent South African lawyers, including Arthur Chaskalson and Felicia Kentridge, and American lawyer Jack Greenberg. The LRC employs over 65 lawyers specialising in public-interest law.
The LRC is in partnership with Canon Collins Educational & Legal Assistance Trust, who provide support for the LRC in its work in the field of human rights.
- George Bizos, human rights advocate
- Geoff Budlender
- Arthur Chaskalson, former Chief Justice and Constitutional Court judge
- John Hlophe, Judge President of the Western Cape Division of the High Court
- Felicia Kentridge, human rights advocate and wife of leading anti-apartheid lawyer Sydney Kentridge
- Johann Kriegler, former Constitutional Court judge
- Bongani Christopher Majola, former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
- Dunstan Mlambo, Judge President of the Gauteng Division of the High Court
- Sandile Ngcobo, Chief Justice and Constitutional Court judge
- Chris Nicholson, judge in the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Division of the High Court
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