Law Clinix

Knowledge is power and your peace of mind

About Us

Law Clinix are virtual legal advisors/consultants paralegal practitioners with advice on related legal issues generally encountered on daily basis. 

Our organisation is a growing network of service providers, including attorneys, social workers, child welfare, counsellors and other professionals to insure access to justice. 

Our purpose is to provide public awareness to our clients and their families of their rights, obligations and responsibilities in several matters of the law.

This network of professionals, practice under their own trade name and style and is for their own account.

This network of professionals undertakes to restrict professional fees, costs, expenses or charges as much as possible at their discretion keeping in mind the client’s affordability. 

Law Clinix is an e-commerce organisation that provides basic customized legal templates and document services through a website of do-it-yourself legal forms. 

The organisation is a provider of self-help information designed to assist users in helping themselves.   

Our Vision and Mission

To assist all people throughout South Africa with knowledge in line with The Constitution Act 108 of 1996 and have access to the courts in the quickest and cheapest way.

To provide our clients throughout South Africa with legal knowledge over a broad spectrum of legal activities and court procedures in the quickest and most cost effective manner.

To offer free self-help and guidance through our website in all matters pertaining to our law and activities that challenge the rights of people and families.


Section 32 Access to information.

(1) Everyone has the right of access to-

(a) any information held by the state; and

(b) any information that is held by another person and that is required for the exercise or protection of any rights.

(2) National legislation must be enacted to give effect to this right, and may provide for reasonable measures to alleviate the administrative and financial burden on the state.

Section 33 Just administrative action

(1) Everyone has the right to administrative action that is lawful, reasonable and procedurally fair.

(2) Everyone whose rights have been adversely affected by administrative action has the right to be given written reasons.

(3) National legislation must be enacted to give effect to these rights and must-

(a) provide for the review of administrative action by a court or, where appropriate,

(b) impose a duty on the state to give effect to the rights in subsections (1) and (2) an independent and impartial tribunal and

(c) promote an efficient administration.


Section 34 Access to courts.

Everyone has the right to have any dispute that can be resolved by the application of law decided in a fair public hearing before a court or, where appropriate, another independent and impartial tribunal or forum.


The Founder

Arthur William (Riaan) Morton , studied at the University of the Free State and was admitted as an attorney in 1997,who is also a registered debt counsellor and small claims court commissioner with 20 years of experience in law.

He specialised in various areas of the law and currently also evolved in other commercial companies on developments in the law and digital media company specialising in the implementation of management and digital signage solutions.  


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