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Teaching and Research Assistants


Coline Bruintjies graduated with an LLB from the University of Cape Town in 2012. She went on to do articles at VanderSpuy Attorneys and got admitted as an attorney in 2014. She was the National Project Coordinator for the Constitutional Literacy and Service Initiative (CLASI) from 2014 - 2016. Her main research interest is Constitutional Law and Human Rights Law. Coline is passionate about Social Justice and addressing substantive inequalities in society. 

This year she is pursuing her master’s degree in Private Law and Human Rights;  and will be tutoring Constitutional Law and International Law.   

Chanda Chungu has an LLB degree from the University of Cape Town (UCT) and is currently pursuing an LLM degree in Commercial Law with a focus on Labour law. He has been a law faculty mentor since 2013 and is the Deputy Speaker of UCT's Student Parliament. He is currently one of the two student representatives on Council, the highest decision-making committee at UCT. His career aspirations are geared towards public policy, economic development programs and  legislative drafting. He serves as a Teaching Assistant, tutoring Administrative Law, Criminal law and Constitutional Law.