The membership of Group 21 has steadily grown into a cohesive and professional body of advocates, who practice in the High Courts and other Courts of South Africa and the neighbouring countries.
Our members are committed to the highest standards of a professional and ethical legal practice, and are equally committed to transformation initiatives internally, and at the Johannesburg Bar, to ensure that the practice remains highly esteemed and legitimate.
Members practice in all the fields of law traditionally dealt with by advocates, including constitutional law and human rights, labour law, criminal law, matrimonial matters, banking law, company law, liquidations, aviation law and intellectual property.
While members have experience in all these fields of law, however, the core focus of Group 21 is general commercial work.
Services rendered include litigation, mediation and arbitration, attending enquiries and commissions, and appearing in all forums generally permitted by the rules of conduct set by the Bar, including as the presiding officials at hearings.
Currently services can be rendered in Afrikaans, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Pedi, Sotho, Tswana, Xhosa and Zulu.