Ashersons Attorneys Overview
The Cape Town based firm has throughout remained compact and presently comprises three partners, three associates, three candidate attorneys, and a number of support staff - all of whom commenced their careers with the firm. Ashersons is a boutique practice catering for an exclusive range of both corporate and high nett worth individual clients throughout South Africa, Africa, Europe, America and Australia.
Ashersons attorneys and staff pride themselves on delivering a comprehensive, personal and tailor made service to its clients. With fast turn around time, focus and attention to detail, Ashersons has maintained its reputation as a leading South African law firm.
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Location map for Ashersons Attorneys (Cape Town)
Directions to Ashersons Attorneys (Cape Town)
Coming from Southern Suburbs:
Travel on De Waal Drive into Cape Town. Drive past the old Ferrari showroom.
Continue straight into Roeland Street from De Waal Drive, head down towards Parliament.
At the set of robots at the end of Roeland Street, turn right into Plein Street.
Cross the traffic light at Spin Street. The main entrance to the Ashersons office is on your left, just next to the optometrist office.
At the very next set of traffic lights, turn right into Longmarket Street – heading towards City Hall.
Our parking lot is immediately on your left – Ackermans Parkade ("Corner House"), which is directly over the road from the Woolworths Café.
Coming from Northern Suburbs:
Travel on N1 into Cape Town.
Drive past the entrance to the V&A Waterfront and continue up towards Strand Street.
Continue driving until you pass under the pedestrian foot bridge, and then turn left into Strand Street.
Turn right at the 4th set of traffic lights into Adderley Street.
Turn left at the 3rd set of traffic lights into Longmarket Street – heading towards City Hall.
Continue straight through 2 sets of traffic lights, then turn left into our parking building – Ackermans Parkade ("Corner House"), which is directly over the road from the Woolworths Café.
Areas of Law
Lawyers and Consultants
LLB UCT (2013) LLM Penn State (2015)
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