Values in Practice: Lessons Learned from Successfully Transforming Business Submission Details
Issued on behalf of Livingston Leandy by: Condriac
Account Executive 065 978 0721 firstname.lastname@example.org
About Livingston Leandy
Livingston Leandy Incorporated (LLI) was born of the merger between two of Durban’s oldest legal firms, Livingston Doull & Winterton and Leandy & Partners, which share a proud history of 130 years. Since the merger in 1989 LLI has built on the solid foundation provided by these two respected firms, establishing itself as a trusted name on the Kwazulu-Natal legal landscape. Today, LLI operates from La Lucia Ridge, north of Durban. Although located in the greater Durban area, LLI represents clients across the country through a network of correspondent attorneys. Our goal is to be recognised as a leading South African law firm with a reputation for integrity and providing expert, innovative and cost-effective solutions to our clients.
LLI is committed to being representative of a democratic and transformed South Africa. LLI is currently a 51% black-owned business and is recognised as a Level 2 contributor in terms of the Codes of Good Practice gazetted under the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act 53 of 2003.
LLI actively promotes gender equality with 10 of our attorneys being women, including our current managing director.
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