Callie Albertyn

Callie was born in Kimberley and matriculated at Diamantveld High, Kimberley. He completed his B.A.LL.B. Degree at the University of Stellenbosch.

Callie joined the firm in 1991 as a Candidate Attorney and on his admission as an Attorney in 1993 became a Professional Assistant. He was appointed a Director on 1 March 1997.

Callie is based in the litigation unit of the Cape Town office where he specialises in insolvency law, constitutional law, the law of contracts, High Court litigation and administration law. He has also completed the Diploma in Insolvency Practice.

Areas of practice:

Insolvency
Law
Dispute
Resolution


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