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Lameeze Jean Pierre_Johannesburg_Lawyer

Lameeze Jean-Pierre

Senior Associate Fasken
Companies that add B-BBEE to their business strategy will give them a lead on the competition.
Jurisdiction South Africa, 2011
Language(s) English
Office(s) Johannesburg

Lameeze Jean-Pierre is an employment, immigration, and Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment lawyer in Fasken’s Johannesburg office. A proponent of B-BBEE, Lameeze advises clients in merger exercises on the application of the various B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice as well as the Mining Charter.

Her labour, employment and human rights practice involves formulating and developing employment contracts and restraint of trade agreements, preparing and advising clients on the implementation of employment related policies and procedures, and advising clients on the regulations pertaining to applications for temporary residence visas, in particular work visas.

Clients regularly seek her out for advice and assistance in preparation for disputes before the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) and the Labour Court, acting on behalf of and representing clients in various matters before the CCMA and Labour Court, and advising on various employment aspects pertaining to mergers and acquisitions as well as retrenchments and restructurings.

She also assists clients in preparing for strike related and various other disciplinary proceedings, chairing disciplinary appeal hearings, and advising clients in occupational health and safety inquiries conducted by the Department of Labour.

While primarily a litigator in employment disputes, Lameeze has increasingly been tasked to take on more interactive roles in facilitating consultations between clients and trade unions, particularly during restructurings.

  • Award: Negotiable Instruments and Banking Law, 2007
    Brink Cohen Le Roux Incorporated
  • Award: Negotiable Instruments and Banking Law, 2007
    University of Witwatersrand
  • Award: Sales and Lease, 2007
    University of Witwatersrand
  • Award: Legal Information Literacy, 2007
    University of Witwatersrand
  • University Council Entrance Scholarship, 2004
  • E J A Loerincz Scholarship, 2006
  • Bell Dewar & Hall Scholarship, 2007
  • University Council Merit Scholarship, 2007
  • E J A Loerincz Scholarship, 2008


  • LLB University of Witwatersrand
  • B Comm, Business Finance University of Witwatersrand

Community involvement

Lameeze plays an active role in her community, serving as mentor with the Alexandra Education Committee to students in Grades 10 through 12.

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Law Society of Northern Provinces
  • Member, Gauteng Chapter of the South African Society of Labour Lawyers
Speaker Platform Work Employees or Independent contractors? SASLAW 2019
Speaker Workplace Behaviour Conference 2018 Workplace Behaviour Conference 2018 location location Cape Town, South Africa

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