Tshepo Madlingozi is National Advocacy Coordinator at Khulumani Support Group and is a lecturer in the Department of Legal History, Comparative Law and Legal Philosophy at the University of Pretoria (UP). He has LLB and LLM degrees from UP, and currently teaches African Human Rights Law and Street Law as well as coordinating a module in the LLM (Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa) course.
His main areas of interest are civil society and social movements, critical race theory, bottom up transitional justice, legal education and transformation. He has written extensively on these topics, and is currently enrolled for a master’s degree in sociology relating to social movements and the law.
Tshepo is a member of Harambe Legal Scholars, the Southern African Society of Legal Historians and the Law and Society Association, and is active on the Board of several civil society organisations. He is a co-editor of African Human Rights Law Journal and is a member of the editorial committee of the Pretoria University Law Press (PULP).