Eversheds Sutherland

Eversheds Sutherland

Eversheds Sutherland


Melrose Arch, Johannesburg

Phone | +27(0)10 003 1400
Email  | [email protected]

Bryanston, Johannesburg

Phone | +27(0)10 003 1400
Email  | [email protected]


Phone |  +27 (0) 31 940 0501
Email  | [email protected]


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Eversheds Sutherland represents the coming together of two firms with a shared ethos and commitment to client service excellence. We are known for our business savvy and industry intelligence and for providing innovative and tailored solutions for every client.

Increasing globalisation is changing the nature of business. It is also changing the type of advice our clients need. They need a single viewpoint of the whole of their business. This is why Eversheds Sutherland was formed. Our lawyers across the globe are united by our vision, values and understanding of client needs. We provide legal advice of the highest quality whether operating locally or across borders from our 68 offices across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States.

Our offices in South Africa have branches situated in Johannesburg ( Bryanston and Melrose Arch) and Durban which specialises in litigation, employment, corporate, commercial, intellectual property, tax, real estate, mining and infrastructure, fiduciary services and environmental law.

South Africa is one of the key hub offices in Africa and is part of the Eversheds Sutherland Africa Alliance.

For general enquiries please e-mail us at [email protected]

Career Opportunities and Candidate Attorney Programmes

We are constantly looking for qualified attorneys with the right skills and attitude to join our team. If you think you have what it takes to join Eversheds Sutherland, send us your CV and academic record.

Application closing dates for articles and vacation programme:

  • Articles 2022- Closing Date: 30 June 2021

CV's and academic records can be sent by email to:[email protected]


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