arrow2  SECTION 51 

In 1867 Harry Escombe, who was later to become one of the leading figures in the Colony of Natal, established the firm that is today Garlicke & Bousfield. When Escombe gave up private practice to become Attorney-General and then Prime Minister in the late 19th century, the firm continued under the names of hiserstwhile partner, Thomas Garlicke, and his son-in law, Henry Richings Bousfield. Recognised, since its inception, as a leading law firm, Garlicke & Bousfield now has a professional staff of 38, of whom 16 are directors, and a support staff of approximately 93.


Manual prepared in accordance with section 51 of The Promotion Of Access To Information Act, Act No. 2 of 2000 in respect of Garlicke & Bousfield Inc. and its subsidiary company Bousfield investments (PTY) Ltd.Read more....