Kirstin Van Bever Donker

Kirstin Van Bever Donker
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Biography: Kirstin’s career began in early 2005 when, after moving to South Africa from Australia, she joined Guy & Associates, a firm specialising in employment law and industrial relations. In 2007 Kirstin and her family moved to the United States of America. Having always been a strong believer in the power of having a diverse skill set and being a lover of mathematics and physics, Kirstin used her time in the USA to cultivate these skills completing graduate qualifications in both disciplines. Upon her return to South Africa in 2010 Kirstin returned to employment law and industrial relations working again with Guy & Associates while cultivating a strong affiliation with Maserumule Incorporated Attorneys. In 2013 Kirstin began studying towards an LLB which she is doing concurrently with her articles of clerkship through Maserumule Incorporated Attorney under Glen Cassells, whom she joined in 2014. It is from this platform that she serves the clients of Maserumule Consulting. Business areas • Contracts of employment, disciplinary inquiries, legal research and drafting, unfair dismissal, unfair labour practices, drafting of policies, consultation and training in all areas of Employment Law, collaboration on due diligence and other forms of risk assessment, and advising on legal process. Qualifications • BA (Psychology) (University of Queensland) • Graduate Certificate in Science (Physics) (University of Southern Queensland) • Graduate Certificate in Science (Mathematics) (University of Southern Queensland) • LLB (UNISA - current)



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