BA (Helderberg), LLB (Cape Town)
Shalom is a Legal Researcher with a background in legal training and the social sciences. He was the leader and head researcher for the team representing South Africa at the world's most prestigious moot court competition, the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington DC, after the team won national honours. His research work covers the areas of industrial psychology, human resource management, labour relations, African customary law, constitutional and human rights law, international law, global anti-corruption law, public policy, health law and natural resource law, predominantly in South Africa and Kenya. His work at the IRPA has involved extensive and thorough work on the law on Devolution in Kenya.