Carl Burger

Partner


Areas of Expertise
  • Property Law
  • Conveyancing
Qualifications
  • BCom – University of Stellenbosch
  • LLB – University of Stellenbosch
Background
Carl Burger is a partner at Bisset Boehmke McBlain and has more than 26 years’ experience.

Carl began his career in 1985 as a candidate attorney at Bisset Boehmke McBlain. In 1987 he was admitted as an attorney and conveyancer and appointed as an associate at Bisset Boehmke McBlain. He became a partner at the firm in 1990.

Carl is an experienced conveyancer and is the convenor of the Western Cape examiners for the conveyancing examination.

Carl has acted for clients in a variety of sectors and industries, notably FNB (since it was still Barclays) and as correspondent attorney for a host of “platteland” law firms.

Did You Know?
He is passionate about sport and has completed the Argus cycle race thirteen times. He also enjoys fishing off the Skeleton Coast in Namibia.

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