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The company is 100% black-owned and conducts business under the auspices of an incorporated company registered in accordance with South African law.
We are of the humble opinion that we have achieved a near perfect working model, capable of seamless human resource and capital infrastructure enhancement to cope with anticipated growth. We believe that the appointment of highly qualified staff working closely together and being accountable to each other, together with the implementation of a performance-based remuneration criteria has resulted in remarkable standards of service delivery, and positions the Firm within the top echelons of the legal fraternity.
Mothle Jooma Sabdia Inc. is a new age Black-owned Law firm providing high level expertise in all aspects of South African and international law through in-house expertise or alternatively via our strategic partnerships. It currently focuses on providing the following services:
Social investment programs
We, make regular donations to:
We find ourselves in the fortunate position of being amongst the market leaders in our particular industry.
Our superior human resource, technological, and capital infrastructure, coupled with our significant lack of gearing and substantial cash resources, means that we are effectively competing with less than five analogous black owned firms.
This is borne out by our inclusion in Legal 500, an internationally-renowned UK based client's guide to top law Firms. Firms are rated by expert researchers in respect of skills and infrastructure, but more importantly client opinion. This model has been extended to encompass leading law firms internationally. We are proud and honoured to be rated by Legal 500 as a recommended South African Black Controlled Firm. For more information, please log on to www.legal500.com .
We are confident that the larger, traditionally white dominated firms will steadily continue to lose market share to smaller entities such as ourselves, due primarily to client cost considerations coupled with the inherent difficulties faced by these larger entities in successfully contributing to broad based black economic empowerment.
We appreciate that the large law firm will always remain a part of the South African legal landscape, as the specialised nature of their expertise cannot be easily emulated, however we are confident that corporate South Africa will gravitate toward the Firm soon after these proficiencies have been developed within the Firm.
To this end we confirm that our educational and development programmes are unsurpassed in a Firm of our size and composition.
We have in addition, developed a substantial network of experienced senior legal minds, who will be providing us with sustainable and long-term skills transfer, in line with our long term vision of providing total legal excellence across the spectrum.
Financial constraints and a lack of resources will inevitably preclude the vast majority of new entrant and existing black law firms, from directly competing with us.
Small to medium size new age law firms, such as those bringing together white male practitioners and their black counterparts are viewed as our biggest competitors, provided that the union between the parties is bona fide and is not one premised on fronting.