Justine Del Monte

Tel: 021 422 3720
Fax: 086 529 0056

Justine Del Monte

Justine is an experienced attorney specializing in labour law and industrial relations.

Justine completed her BLC LLB cum laude at the University of Pretoria in 2000 and was admitted as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2002 after completing her articles with well-known Cape Town firm, Irish Ashman. She stayed on at Irish Ashman following her admission and later became a partner practicing in the firm's labour law department. She left Irish Ashman in 2007 to start her own practice.

Justine's client base consists of both individual and corporate clients with a wide range of employment related issues and requirements. Her practice is able to assist clients with various employment related matters including the following:

  • Drafting employment contracts, HR manuals and policy and procedure documents;
  • Independent contractor agreements;
  • Unlawful competition disputes and restraint of trade matters;
  • CCMA and Labour Court litigation;
  • Providing advice in relation to, and giving effect to, dismissals as a result of misconduct, incapacity (poor performance or ill health) and operational requirements (retrenchments);
  • Collective labour matters including wage negotiations and strikes;
  • Chairing disciplinary inquiries, grievance hearings and incapacity inquiries; and
  • HR audits.
Justine strives to provide her clients with an affordable and accessible legal service which offers practical solutions to employment and industrial relation problems.

Ebby Jamieson

Tel: 021 422 3720 , 021 422 3720
Fax: 086 544 9822

Ebby joined Justine Del Monte in April 2012.

Ebby holds a BA from Rhodes and an LLB from the University of KwaZulu-Natal and was admitted as an attorney in 1988. She articled at Fairbridges and then worked at Durban-based firms Shepstone & Wylie and Adams & Adams. Ebby set up her own specialist employment law firm, Jamieson and Co, which she ran for 12 years. She then enjoyed a stint in the corporate world as a human resources and legal advisor, where she gained international employment law experience. While her main career focus is employment law, Ebby also has experience practising maritime law for a number of years and has a Maritime Law Diploma from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Ebby initially wanted to be a journalist, but after taking an elective law course at Rhodes, she decided that her passion lay in a legal career. Her hobbies include collecting antique maps of Africa and Cape Country furniture. Out of work, she enjoys playing tennis, walking her dogs and spending time with her family.