Marleen practises in commercial property-related litigation for one of the largest commercial banks, as well as insolvency law.
Marleen obtained a B.Proc degree at the University of the Free State in March 1987. She served her articles at Barry Katz & Partners in Kempton Park and was admitted as an attorney in June 1989. She was a partner of the firm Johan Jacobs & Malcolm Moodie in Kempton Park before she joined Lowndes Dlamini in January 2002. She was admitted as a partner of the firm in March of the same year. She is also admitted to practise in the High Court and is a member of SARIPA, an association of business rescue and insolvency practitioners.
Marleen has acted as a Commissioner of the Small Claims Court and as a member of a fees assessment committee of the Law Society of the Northern Provinces. She also attends on behalf of the Law Society to conduct “fit and proper” interviews with prospective candidate attorneys. She has also successfully completed a judicial training course presented by several judges of the High Court, under the auspices of the Law Society.
In her spare time, Marleen devotes her time to music. She plays the pipe organ and piano and is an active member of the South African Association of Church Organists.
Attorney of the High Court of South Africa
Certificate to practise in High Court
Law Society of the Northern Provinces