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New Offices

BLC Attorneys has established itself as a leading law firm in the Eastern Cape region, offering a wealth of experience and expertise in every arena of legal practise. Founded in 1988, BLC has retained its original premises at number 4 Cape Road along with its commitment to building legal confidence in its local community. BLC boasts a staff complement of over 70, making it one of the largest law firms in Port Elizabeth and ensuring a formidable depth of professionalism and legal capacity.

BLC Attorneys is proud to announce that they have since expanded the firms professional footprint, having opened two fully operational offices in East London and Grahamstown.
The East London office was officially opened on the 1st of August 2018, Associate David Burmeister whose key specialisation in RAF litigation is at this office.

The BLC Grahamstown office was officially opened on Friday the 1st of March 2019, with Zilungile Stimela as an Associate specialising in RAF Litigation.

BLC Equity Director and RAF department head, Sonja Tifloen, oversaw the talent scouting, site selection, infrastructural set up  and branch opening for both branches. She now serves as the Director in charge of both offices and the RAF department at the main office at 4 Cape Road in Port Elizabeth.

The expansion of the firm further affirms BLC’s commitment to serving people of the Eastern Cape  and continuing to offer a comprehensive range of legal services to multinationals, listed companies, corporates and private individuals, and serves an array of clients.

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