Training on Disability Law for Judicial Officers

Theme: 'Promoting  disability rights through the Bench'

25th July 2019, at Venue: Imperial Royale Hotel.

1. Background

Three proposed Research papers Validated

Dr. Emmanuel Kasimbazi from the Environmental Law Centre set out to explore the subject of Disability rights in urban transport in Uganda: The Case study of Kampala Capital City Authority. In his problem statement, Dr.

Deputy Chief Justice applauds School of Law

The Deputy Chief Justice of Uganda Hon. Justice Alfonse Chigamoy Owiny-Dollo has commended the School of Law Makerere University for the practical teaching methodologies that expose the students to real life issues in their learning, and pledged fostering stronger linkages between the Judiciary and the School of Law.

Guest Lecture On Substantive And Practical Aspects Of Treason And Terrorism

The Makerere University School of Law was honoured to host guest lectures by Mr. Lino Anguzu, Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions and Deputy Head of the International Crimes Department in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions on April 2 and 3, 2019. In her introductory remarks, Dr. Josephine Ndagire explained that guest lecturers enhance learning by infusing practical dimensions and real life experiences into theoretical frameworks.

The Next Generation Of Lawyers: Opportunities And Emerging Areas Of Law.

The Next Generation Of Lawyers: Opportunities And Emerging Areas Of Law.  The MLS-KATS Career Conference held at School of Law 

Students at the School of Law have appreciated the initiative by Makerere Law Society (MLS) for organizing a career fair that has opened their minds to the available opportunities in the profession.

Short Course In Refugee Law And Forced Migrations

The School of Law in Partnership with the Refugee Law Project will conduct a short course for the 3rd and 4th Year Law students on Refugee Law and Forced Migration to be held on the 15th-18th of April 2019.

Stanbic Bank Engages Law School On I.T and Contracts Law.

The Legal wing of Stanbic Bank has advised Lawyers to start getting comfortable with Information Technology instead of relying fully on IT personnel because today Technology is part and parcel of their day to day business as Lawyers. 

Moot Winners Present Trophies to the Principal

Members of  the School of Law Moot Society have this afternoon presented the trophies that they won at the Cehurd and ICRC Moot to the Principal of the School of Law Dr.

Discussion and Launch of a Report on The State of Civil and Political Rights observance in Uganda

Convener: Human Rights and Peace Centre, School of Law Makerere University
Date: Wednesday 13th February 2019
Venue: Imperial Royale Hotel 

The Legal Framework Governing Abortion in Uganda. Analyzing the Public Health and Human Rights implications

Prof. Ben Twinomugisha has recommended legalizing Abortion in Uganda because the laws in place are controversial adding that this will enable access to safe legal abortion.


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