Aqeelah Petersen obtained her LLB from the University of the Western Cape in 2019. She served her period of articles at Millers Incorporated from January 2021 to January 2023, where after she was appointed as an associate in the firm’s litigation department.

Aqeelah’s  current practice areas are: debt collection, evictions, liquor licensing, family law (which includes divorce and maintenance) as well as general litigation. She also attends to a wide variety of correspondent matters. 

 

 


Featured Articles - Aqeelah Petersen

The effect of a transfer of a business as a going concern on an employer and an employee

05 July 2022,  Aqeelah PetersenFanie Botes

The phrase “out with the old, in with the new” is not completely true when it comes to the transfer... of a business as a going concern.

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The Roaring 20s in the Age of Social Media and the Law: Cybercrime & Personal Information

18 August 2021,  Aqeelah Petersen

In recent years, we have seen a dramatic increase in cybercrimes and violation of personal information

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Domestic employees now entitled for compensation under COIDA

23 March 2021,  Aqeelah Petersen

Following an order by the Constitutional Court in November 2020, regulations have been gazetted to include domestic workers for Compensation... for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (COIDA) benefits.

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New Ministerial Directive on Reopening of School

26 February 2021,  Aqeelah Petersen

As Gazetted on the 12th of February, new directives have been issued on measures that has to be taken by... schools reopening under Covid-19 adjusted lockdown level three.

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New Ministerial Directive on Reopening of Schools

26 February 2021,  Aqeelah Petersen

As Gazetted on the 12th of February, new directives have been issued on measures that has to be taken by... schools reopening under Covid-19 adjusted lockdown level three.

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The effect of a transfer of a business as a going concern on an employer and an employee

05 July 2022,  Aqeelah PetersenFanie Botes

The phrase “out with the old, in with the new” is not completely true when it comes to the transfer... of a business as a going concern.

READ MORE
2120
Article

The Roaring 20s in the Age of Social Media and the Law: Cybercrime & Personal Information

18 August 2021,  Aqeelah Petersen

In recent years, we have seen a dramatic increase in cybercrimes and violation of personal information

READ MORE
618
Article

Domestic employees now entitled for compensation under COIDA

23 March 2021,  Aqeelah Petersen

Following an order by the Constitutional Court in November 2020, regulations have been gazetted to include domestic workers for Compensation... for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act (COIDA) benefits.

READ MORE
836
Article

New Ministerial Directive on Reopening of School

26 February 2021,  Aqeelah Petersen

As Gazetted on the 12th of February, new directives have been issued on measures that has to be taken by... schools reopening under Covid-19 adjusted lockdown level three.

READ MORE
602
Article

New Ministerial Directive on Reopening of Schools

26 February 2021,  Aqeelah Petersen

As Gazetted on the 12th of February, new directives have been issued on measures that has to be taken by... schools reopening under Covid-19 adjusted lockdown level three.

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