Ian Farlam

Retired South African Judge

Born 1939-6-14 in Cape Town, South Africa

Ian Farlam is a Retired South African Judge. He is the Chairman of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry of Lonmin’s Marikana mine Violence.


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CURRENT POSITIONS

Chairman | Lonmin’s Marikana mine Violence | Judicial Commission of Inquiry

2012 - present

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PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Judge | Supreme Court of Appeal

2001

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Judge | Supreme Court of Appeal

Bloemfontein, South Africa | December 1997 - November 2000

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Judge | Cape of Good Hope Provincial Division

Bloemfontein, South Africa | 1993

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Member | Cape Bar

Bloemfontein, South Africa | 1968 - 1993

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Senior Public Prosecutor | Magistrate's Court

Port Elizabeth, South Africa | 1962 - 1964

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Public Prosecutor | Magistrate's Court

Cape Town, South Africa | 1961 - August 1962

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EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

TERTIARY EDUCATION

University of Cape Town

Cape Town, South Africa

BA - Bachelor of Arts

University of Cape Town

Cape Town, South Africa | Awarded in 1961

Bachelor of Laws

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