Rudi completed his studies at the North-West University Potchefstroom Campus where he obtained the degrees B.Com Accounting and Law in 2009, LLB in 2011 and LLM in labour law in 2012.  He was awarded an academic Golden Key International Honour Society Award in 2011.  

While attending the Practical Vocational Training School for Legal Practice in Potchefstroom, Rudi commenced his articles of clerkship in 2013 at the Klerksdorp based law firm Meyer, van Sittert and Kropman.  Rudi was admitted as an attorney in 2014 and notary public in 2015 and continued to build his professional career at Meyer, van Sittert and Kropman until 2022, where after he relocated to the Garden Route and joined Millers Inc. as an associate in the litigation department in 2023.

Rudi is active in the fields of civil litigation in the magistrate and high courts, evictions, divorces, labour law and debt collection. Rudi aims to provide his clients with exceptional legal assistance to resolve their disputes as quickly as possible and in the most cost effective way.  

Outside of work Rudi spends time with his family and enjoys travelling throughout the country.  He also enjoys sport and is an adept cricket player.  
 

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