The Labour Law Society of Lesotho (LESLAW) is a non-governmental, non-partisan and non-religious organisation registered under the Societies Act.
Its objective is to offer practitioners in labour law, human resource management, Industrial Relations and related fields a platform for collegiality, collaboration, advocacy for legal reforms and advancement of the profession.
The Society strives to participate actively in the development of the general labour practice in Lesotho, by engagement with key stakeholders, research on labour relations and human resource management, and aim for the improvement of labour markets and the overall economy of the Country.
The organisation was officially launched on the 17th September, 2021 at Lancer’s Inn where a small group of participants was hosted due to Covid-19 restrictions. The event was also streamed live on Facebook..
Membership of LESLAW is open to Judges, Magistrates, Arbitrators, Lawyers, Academics, tertiary students, HR and IR practitioners, Trade Unionists, Employers’ Associations and Government officials.
LESLAW is a member of its parent society, the African Labour Law Society (ALLS) and it enjoys support from its sister organisation across Africa and the beyond. Membership to LESLAW affords members automatic membership to the ALLS.
The annual membership fee is M600.00
Currently LESLAW can be contacted using the following contact details:
C/O Tharollo Consultancy
Maletsunyane Office Park
New Parliament Road
P.O. Box 2317
Tel: +266 52512345
Website: LESLAW – African Labour Law Society