Staff & Participants

 

The Socio-Economic Rights and Administrative Justice Research Project currently comprises three full-time staff members and several post-graduate students. See below for participant profiles and contact details.

Staff

Professor Sandra Liebenberg H.F. Oppenheimer Chair in Human Rights Law and Fellow of the Ciucci Centre for Law and Social Development

sliebenb@sun.ac.za

The socio-economic rights component of the SERAJ Research Project is co-ordinated by Professor Sandra Liebenberg. She is the third incumbent of the H.F. Oppenheimer Chair in Human Rights Law and Distinguished Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Stellenbosch. Read more

Professor Geo QuinotProfessor Geo Quinot Director of the African Public Procurement Regulation Research Unit and Fellow of the Ciucci Centre for Law and Social Development

gquinot@sun.ac.za

The administrative justice component of the SERAJ Research Project is co-ordinated by Professor Geo Quinot. He is the Director of the African Public Procurement Regulation Research Unit (APPRRU) and a Fellow of the Ciucci Centre for Law and Social Development based at Stellenbosch University’s Faculty of Law. Read more

Dr Shanelle van der Berg Mellon Early Research Career (MERC) Fellow

shanellevdb@sun.ac.za

Shanelle van der Berg holds a Mellon Early Research Career Fellowship at Stellenbosch University. She co-lectures Constitutional Law 312 with Professor Sandra Liebenberg.  Her doctoral dissertation is entitled A capabilities approach to the judicial review of resource allocation decisions impacting on socio-economic rights. Read more

Senior Research Associate

Dr Margot Strauss 

margots@sun.ac.za

Dr Margot Strauss is a senior research associate at the Socio-Economic Rights & Administrative Justice Research Project, where she recently completed her doctoral dissertation entitled A right to the city for the South African urban poorRead more …

 

Post-graduate students

Full-time

Anneth Amin LLD candidate

anethamin@sun.ac.za

Anneth’s doctoral dissertation explores health rights within the broader context of socio-economic rights. Read more

Kathryn de Villiers LLM student

kathrynd@sun.ac.za

Kathryn’s LLM thesis will explore public-interest standing in the context of access to justice in constitutional cases. Read more

Michelle du Toit LLM student

michelled@sun.ac.za

Michelle’s LLM thesis will explore the content of the right of access to health care and the unequal enjoyment of this right in the South African context. Read more

Jan-Hugo Fyfer LLD candidate

jfyfer@sun.ac.za

Jan-Hugo is conducting research on institutional and operational aspects of the South African administrative justice system – with an emphasis on the dispute resolution mechanisms it comprises – in terms of a complexity and systems theory framework. Read more

Philip Swanepoel LLM student

ps@sun.ac.za

Philip’s LLM thesis will explore the use of structural interdicts as a remedy in South African Constitutional Law. Read more

Sameera Mahomedy LLM student

sameeram@sun.ac.za

Sameera’s LLM thesis will explore the development of meaningful engagement as a judicial management doctrine. Read more

Reshard Kolabhai LLM student

kolabhair@sun.ac.za

Reshard’s LLM thesis is on human rights law and its implications for corporate regulation in South Africa. Read more

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Fanelesibonge Ndebele LLB Research Assistant

fanele@sun.ac.za

Fanelesibonge Ndebele is a senior LLB student who will work as a LLB research assistant for Prof. Sandy Liebenberg. Read more

Building administrator

 

Gerda Adams Building Administrator

Gerda Adams has been the building administrator of the CL Marais Library since 2008.

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