Isemaghendera Alex

Digital Money and Uganda’s Economy, Facts and Issues


This was the subject of discussion at the School of Law on Friday 28th February 2020, when a panel of  experts led a discourse on the subject that is causing as much fear as excitement in all circles.

The Public Dialogue was convened by the Centre for Law and emerging Technologies, an intiative of the School of Law started off by Law teachers with a passion for mainstreaming Law with technology  that include  Mr. Robert Kirunda, Ms. Grancia Mugalula and Ms. Hadijah Namyalo.

Law teachers train in the use of Clinical methodologies


Staff of the School of Law Makerere and other University have been re oriented into the Clinical teaching methodologies and called upon to adopt their use in the teaching and learning experiences at their respective Universities


School of Law receives a research grant on Law, Policy and the voices of SGBV survivors.


The School of Law in collaboration with the Royal Holloway University Londonare set to undertake research on Law, policy and the voices of sexual and gender-based violence survivors.


RLPs 20 years of promoting and protecting human rights of refugees and hosts


What does twenty years of promoting and protecting the human rights of refugees and their hosts look like?


School of Law Launches the Disability Law and Rights Centre (DLRC)


The School of Law officially launched the Disability Law and Rights Centre Wednesday 29th January 2020 at a ceremony attended by the Academia, Law students, and a number of stakeholders in the Disability movement in the country

The Launch comes after a process started in 2015 where the School of Law, with support from the Open Society Fund, progressively embarked on a process of putting disability rights issues at the center of its core activities and what started off as a project evolved to become a center in 2019.



New students oriented into the Clinical Legal Education program for 2019/2020


Thirty students that successfully went through a rigorous recruitment exercise have been inducted into the Clinical Legal Education program at a meeting held at the School of Law Board room this afternoon, Monday 20th January 2020.

In his remarks, the Ag. Principal School of Law and Coordinator Public Interest Law Clinic Dr. Christopher Mbazira said the law is as dishonest as the law professors and students.  ‘Before one joins legal education, there is a feeling that the law is just which turns out to be a fantasy’ he said.

Law students at the 70th graduation ceremony

Two Hundred Thirty Six Law students of Makerere University were today Friday 17th January 2020 among the University students that were conferred degrees during the 4th and last session of the 70th graduation ceremony held at Freedom square.

The Graduands included Dr. Benson Tusasirwe, a Lecturer at the School of Law who graduated with a   Doctor of Laws of Makerere University.  Nineteen were awarded Master of Laws degrees while Two Hundred and ten were conferred with Bachelor of Laws degrees.

School of Law receives the Makerere University Research and InnovationsGrant Supported by the Government of the Republic of Uganda


The Commercial Law department of the School of Law is set to implement a one year research project with funding from the Makerere University Research and Innovations grant supported by the Government of Uganda.

Professor David Justin Bakibinga is the Principal investigator and will work with a team of staff from the Commercial Law department that is headed by Dr. Phiona Mpanga.


‘Keep conscious of the social Justice needs”, Law students told


At the first CLAPMOC students retreat held at Garuga Resort hotel on 8th November 2019, Law students were advised to keep conscious of the social justiceneeds of the indigent in the course of their career if they were to make meaningful contribution towards the society.



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