With over 150 years of experience and a wealth of industry knowledge, Webber Wentzel is the leading full-service law firm in Africa. The firm combines the collective wisdom and expertise of its team to deliver customised, commercially savvy business solutions to clients efficiently.
Webber Wentzel places a strong emphasis on excellence and innovation, working closely with clients to support their success in various pursuits. The firm's commitment to assisting clients in achieving their goals is evident in the high-quality service it provides. Webber Wentzel's overarching aim is to add value to every facet of its work and serve as a trusted advisor to its clients.
Webber Wentzel offers partial scholarships to dedicated law students who are experiencing financial challenges. These scholarships are awarded to individuals who share alignment with the firm's core values and exhibit the potential to excel as prospective lawyers within the organisation.
Scholarship recipients may also be evaluated as potential candidates for Webber Wentzel's Candidate Attorney Programme, considering their academic achievements, the availability of suitable positions, and their performance during the recruitment process.
Latest detailed fee statement reflecting all transactions.
Academic transcripts for your LLB degree up to and including your most recent exam results.
Academic transcripts for any undergraduate qualification(s) and any other relevant qualifications.
A certified copy of your latest income tax return or the latest pay-slip, or a letter from your employer verifying your income, or your latest financial statement if you are self-employed. Additionally, provide a certified copy of any other sources of income such as pension receipts, bank statements, etc.
Sworn affidavits for each of your unemployed parent(s), guardian(s), or spouse.
Certified death certificate(s) for each of your deceased parent(s), guardian(s), or spouse. If death certificates are unavailable, you may attach sworn affidavits for each of the deceased.
Certified copy of the divorce certificate if your parents or you are divorced, or a sworn affidavit if they or you are separated but not divorced.
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