Ntuthuko Msomi

Ntuthuko was admitted as an Attorney in 2009 at the Kwa-Zulu Natal Division and subsequently relocated in 2011 to Cape Town, he currently resides with his family in the Southern Suburbs and is based in our Claremont Branch.

Ntuthuko has over 10 years’ experience in various aspects involving commercial, administrative, and constitutional law litigation. He has handled cases in the Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Appeal as well as High Courts throughout South Africa as well as Magistrate’s Courts.

Ntuthuko also specialises in arbitration and mediation involving commercial, family, administrative and other disputes. Ntuthuko has also experience in judicial tribunal matters, school disciplinary hearings and matters concerning human rights. He has also worked in a variety of high-profile matters with prominent South African Senior Counsel and a UK QC Barrister. Ntuthuko enjoys time with his family and is an avid tennis fan and in his spare time enjoys hiking.

Areas of practice:

Dispute
Resolution
Litigation &
Arbitration


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