Joe has a B.Comm and LLB degree from the University of Witwatersrand. After completing his articles in Polokwane and Johannesburg he was admitted as a practising Attorney in 1983. Joe was the first Attorney in South Africa to gain rights of appearance in the Supreme Court of South Africa. In 1992 he relocated from Johannesburg to Cape Town. In 1996 his firm Weeber Attorneys had Merged with Reuben Liddell Attorneys which later became known as Liddell Weeber & Van Der Merwe Attorneys. Joe Specializes in High Court Litigation.
LEON VAN DER MERWE
Leon graduated with an LLB degree from the University of Stellenbosch and also has a B Tech Degree in food science. He completed his articles at Liddell Weeber and subsequently became a partner in 2006 when the firm became known as Liddell Weeber & Van Der Merwe. Leon has dealt with countless high-profile cases.
Leon Specializes in Regional Court Litigation and opposed Bail Applications.
David Completed his LLB Degree at the University of the Western Cape. David Completed his articles at the Legal Aid Board and was also admitted as an Advocate of the High Court of South Africa. He worked as a prosecutor in the Cape Town Magistrates court from 2006- 2008. As a specialist litigator David Joined Liddell Weeber & Van Der Merwe in 2008 and was admitted as a Practising Attorney. David Mbazwana is also a director at Liddell Weeber & Van Der Merwe.
Niel has an LLB degree from the University of Stellenbosch and Diploma in law from the University of Cape Town. Niel Worked as a State Attorney and went into Private Practise at Venter Van Eeden Attorneys where he headed the criminal litigation department. Niel Joined Liddell Weeber & Van Der Merwe in 2013. He has right of appearance in the High Court and also deals with cases in the specialized commercial crimes court.
Xavier Erasmus obtained his LLB degree from the University of the Western Cape. He joined the Stellenbosch Legal aid centre where he specialized in criminal litigation. Xavier has experience in trails and opposed bail applications. He also deals with legal research and making representations to the director of public prosecutions.
Kayleigh Devlin obtained her LLB degree from the University of South Africa. Kayleigh started her articles at the legal aid board in 2013 and has subsequently specialized in criminal law. She has experience in trails and opposed bail applications. Kayleigh is also experienced in child juvenile justice matters and the removal of criminal records.