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 Dr. Radley Henrico

Position: Senior Lecturer
Department: Public Law and Jurisprudence
Faculty: Faculty of Law
Qualifications: B Proc LLB (WITS) LLM (cum laude)(UJ) LLD (Potchefstroom)
Tel: 021 959 3287
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Email:  rhenrico@uwc.ac.za
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Biography

 Radley Henrico is a senior lecturer in the Departments of Public Law and Jurisprudence at the Faculty of Law, University of the Johannesburg. After obtaining his B Proc and LLB degrees from the University of the Witwatersrand he worked as a prosecutor in the department of Justice from 1993-1996. He completed pupillage at the Johannesburg Bar of Advocates where-after he served as a member of the Bar, practising from 1996 until 2010. Whilst at the Bar he spent time as a part-time commissioner of the CMMA. In 2010 he obtained his LLM degree in Labour Law (cum laude) from UJ and was also recipient of the SASLAW prize for obtaining the highest marks in the degree course. His dissertation has been subsequently published as a book titled Trust and the Employment Relationship in South African Law (Saarbrücken, Germany 2012). He lectures in Administrative Law, Interpretation of Status and has lectured Criminal Procedure and Labour Law. He hgas co-authored a handbook titled La on Religious Discrimination in the South African Workplace. His areas of interest are labour law, administrative law and legal education. He is a member of the Administrative Justice Association of South Africa (AdJASA).w Lifeline: Teaching Labour Law to Non-Law Students (LexisNexis 2011). He has also published in legal journals and presented legal papers at international and national law conferences. In 2017 he completed his doctoral thesis on Religious Discrimination in the South African Workplace. His areas of interest are administrative law, social justice and transformative legal education. He is the Treasurer of the Administrative Justice Association of South Africa (AdJASA) and co-authored Administrative Law (5th ed 2019) with Prof. Yvonne Burns.

Publications

 Articles Published in Journals

1.   Henrico and Smit “The contract of employment in labour law: obstacle or panacea?” 2010 Obiter 247

2.   Henrico “Mutual accommodation of religious differences in the workplace – a jostling of rights” 2012 Obiter 503

3.   Henrico “Revisiting the rule of law and principle of legality: judicial nuisance or licence? Journal of South African Law (TSAR) 2014 742

4.   Henrico “The role played by dignity in religious discrimination disputes” 2014 Obiter 24

5.   Henrico “Understanding the concept of “religion” within the constitutional guarantee of religious freedom” Journal of South African Law (TSAR) 2015 784

6.   Henrico “South African constitutional and legislative framework on equality: How effective is it in addressing religious discrimination in the workplace?” 2015 Obiter 275

7.   Henrico R “Religious discrimination in the South African workplace:    regulated regimes and flexible adjudication” 2016 Industrial Law Journal 847

8.   Henrico R “Educating South African legal practitioners: Combining transformative legal education with Ubuntu" 2016 US-China Law Review 817 

9.   Henrico R “Revisiting a culture of tolerance relating to religious unfair discrimination in South Africa (Part 1)” 2017 Obiter 229

10. Henrico R “Revisiting a culture of tolerance relating to religious unfair discrimination in South Africa (Part 2)” 2017 Obiter 574“The state of emergency under the South African apartheid system of government: reflections and criticisms” Zeitschrift fur Menschenrechte – Journal for Human Rights

11. Henrico R “Subverting PAJA in judicial review: The cause of much uncertainty in South African Administrative Law” Journal of South African Law (TSAR) 2018 288

12. Henrico R “Proselytizing the regulation of religious bodies in South Africa: Suppressing religious freedom?” in 2019 PELJ 1-27

13. Henrico R & Fick S “The state of emergency under the South African apartheid system of government: reflections and criticisms” Zeitschrift fur Menschenrechte – Journal for Human Rights 2019

14. Henrico R “Legislative administrative action and the limited extent of public participation” 2020 Journal of South African Law (TSAR) 496.

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Chapters in Books 

1.  Henrico R “Beyond mere rules and regulatory frameworks: A reply to M. Benecke, ‘Discrimination in working life and anti-discrimination law – experiments and experiences in Germany and beyond’” in Hugo & Mollers (eds) Transnational Impacts on Law: Perspectives from South Africa and Germany (Nomos – Juta) 119-133

2.  Henrico R “Transformative constitutionalism and transformative legal education with reference to the decolonization and Africanisation of legal education” in Mpedi, Tshivashe & Reddi (eds) Decolonisation and Africanisation of Legal Education in South Africa (SALDA Juta 2019) 17-29

3.  Henrico R “Religious discrimination” in Garbers C and Dupper O (eds) Essential Employment Discrimination Law (2nd ed Juta). Due for publication in 2020


Book Reviews

1.   C Joubert Applied Law for Public Officials (2013) Journal of South African Law 2014 928

2.   JJ Joubert (ed) Criminal Procedure Handbook (2013) Journal of South African Law 2014 927

3.   P Ramsden (2019) The Law of Arbitration: South African and International Arbitration Journal of South African Law

4.   P van Blerk (2019) Precedents for Applications in Civil Proceedings Journal of South African Law

5.  J Grant (2019) The Responsible Mind in South African Criminal Law Journal of South African Law


Books

​1.     Henrico R Trust and the Employment Relationship in South African Labour Law (Lambert Academic Publishing Saarbrucken (2009)

2.     Henrico R & Mpedi GL Law LifeLine: Labour Law for Non-Law Students (LexisNexis 2011)

3.    Burns Y & Henrico R Administrative Law (5th ed LexisNexis 2019)​​​​​

 

Networks

 1) Member and treasurer of the Administrative Justice Association of South Africa
2) Member of African Law Society
3) Member of South African Society for Labour Law
4) Member of International Association of Law Schools
5) Member of Global, Science and Technology Forum

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