Prof Theo Broodryk

Associate Professor & Manager, Law Clinic/Medeprofessor & Bestuurder, Regskliniek

BA LLB (Stell), LLD

 

 

 


Prof Theo Broodryk is an Associate Professor and Manager of the Law Clinic. He obtained the degrees BA, LLB and LLD from Stellenbosch University. Theo is an admitted attorney of the High Court of South Africa, a Y1 NRF rated researcher and the author of Eckard’s Principles of Civil Procedure in the Magistrates’ Court. He is a Beaufort (Colenso) Fellow at St John’s College, Cambridge, and previously attended Stanford Law School as a Visiting Scholar. Theo has received numerous funding awards, including the MJ & HB Thom research funding award and an NRF Knowledge Interchange and Collaboration funding award. He has been institutionally recognised for his research contributions, including being one of the University’s researchers who made the biggest contribution to Department of Higher Education and Training accredited scientific publications (2014 output year). Theo has received the Rector’s Award for outstanding work performance. He is a member of the International Association of Procedural Law. His research focus is collective redress, including class actions. Theo is also certified as an arbitrator by the Association of Arbitrators (Southern Africa) and obtained a certificate in advanced labour law from the University of South Africa’s Centre for Business Law.

Modules taught

Civil Procedure

Legal Skills

Global Litigation (LLM)

Fields of specialisation

Collective redress; class actions; civil procedure; dispute resolution; consumer protection


Publications/Publikasies

  • T Broodryk & W de Vos a “Fundamental procedural rights of civil litigants in Australia and South Africa: is there cause for concern?” (part 2) (2019) 4 TSAR 627-639.
  • T Broodryk & W de Vos “Fundamental procedural rights of civil litigants in Australia and South Africa: is there cause for concern?” (part 1) (2019) TSAR 425-449.
  • T Broodryk Eckard’s Principles of Civil Procedure in the Magistrates’ Courts 6th ed (2019) [Book publication].
  • T Broodryk “The South African Class Action Mechanism: Comparing the Opt-out regime to the Opt-in regime” 22 (2019) PER.
  • T Broodryk “The South African Class Action vs Group Action as an Appropriate Procedural Device” 1 (2019) Stell LR 6-32.
  • T Broodryk & W de Vos “Managerial judging and alternative dispute resolution in Australia: an example for South Africa to emulate?” part 2 (2018) TSAR 18-35.
  • T Broodryk Class Action Litigation in South Africa, Max du Plessis, Johan Oxenham, Isabel Goodman, Luke Kelly and Sarah Pudifin-Jones (Eds.) TSAR (2018) 223-225 [Book review].
  • T Broodryk “Individual issues and the class action mechanism: Determining damages in mass personal injury class actions” (2017) SALJ 4 821-846.
  • T Broodryk & W de Vos “Managerial judging and alternative dispute resolution in Australia: an example for South Africa to emulate?” part 1 (2017) TSAR 4 683-703.
  • T Broodryk “Strategic Considerations in Global Litigation: Comparing Judicial Case Management Approaches in South Africa with the United States” (2017) Stell LR 2 379-401.
  • T Broodryk “Giving notice to members of opt-out class actions” (2017) TSAR 3 498-510.
  • T Broodryk South African report titled “Class Actions in Competition Law” (a collaboration between Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), November 2017.
  • T Broodryk & C Golombick “Teaching Legal Writing Skills in the South African LLB Curriculum: The Role of the Writing Consultant” (2016) 3 Stell LR 535-553.
  • T Broodryk “Street Law: Practical Law for South Africans 3 ed by D McQuid-Mason” (2016) 27(1) Stell LR 203 [Book review].
  • T Broodryk “A developing mediation minnow: the South African perspective” in C Esplugues & L Marquis (eds) New Developments in Civil and Commercial Mediation: Global Comparative Perspectives Springer International Publishing (2015) 667-692.
  • T Broodryk & M Buitendag “Writing-intensive courses across the law curriculum: developing law students‟ critical thinking and writing skills – a post-evaluation assessment” 2015 36(3) Obiter 615-630.
  • T Broodryk “The Erosion of the Principle of Orality in South African Civil Procedure: Fact or Fiction?” Speculum Juris (2014) 28 181-201.
  • T Broodryk “Writing-intensive courses across the law curriculum: developing law students’ critical thinking and writing skills” (2014) Obiter 34 453-466.
  • T Broodryk “Legal representation at the CCMA: Law Society of the Northern Provinces v Minister of Labour 2013 (1) BLLR 105 (GNP) and CCMA v Law Society, Northern Provinces 2013 (11) BLLR 1057 (SCA)” (2014) Obiter 35 393.

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