The Second School of Law staff Seminar 2017

Mr. Ivan Engoru was the second academic member of staff to make a presentation inthe revived staff seminars on Thursday 16th November 2017in the School of Law Board room.

Justice James Ogola Launches a Report on Land Governance in Uganda

The Human Rights and Peace Centre (HURIPEC) recently convened a National Stakeholder’s Dialogue on Land Justice and Governance in Uganda at Hotel Africa.

The 1st Internal Disability Rights moot competition

On Friday 3rd November 2017, the School of Law held the first ever internal moot  court on disability rights on the theme; Accessibility to services.The overall objective of the moot competition was to enhance disability rights awareness within the community at the School of law and the entire University community. 

Public Dialogue on Proposed Amendment of Article 102(b): Implications on Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law in Uganda

The panel discussion was comprised of Prof.John Jean Barya Assoc.Prof. Makerere University School of Law, Hon.Jackson Kafuzi member of Parliament, Kyaka South, Hon. Muhammed Muwanga Kivumbi member of Parliament, Butambala County,Mr. David Mafabi the presidential private secretary for political affairs, Ms.

The Position Of The School Of Law On The Constitutional Amendment Debate

In view of the ongoing debate concerning the proposed constitutional amendment to Article 102 (b), members of the legal Academia in the School of Law Makerere University today Tuesday 3rd October 2017 addressed a press conference during which they presented a statement that explains their position as teachers of the Law.

Law Dons Receive Accolades for Outstanding Performance

Dr. Tarinyeba an Associate Professor from the School of Law Makerere University was lauded for being best academician lawyer by the Uganda Law Society (ULS) at an event held at the Serena

Conference Centre in Kampala on Friday 29th September, 2017.

DISSEMINATION OF THE PILAC WORKING PAPER NO.6 (Access for Women Incarcerated with Children in Uganda).

The School of Law through the Public Interest Law clinic has been commended for the efforts made in highlighting the plights of women incarcerated with children in Uganda.

Law Dons Encouraged to Mainstream HIV/AIDS in the Teaching of the Law

Legal academics have been urged to change the way they teach law by adopting more practical approaches and working closely with the communities served.

Law Students Undergo HIV/AIDS Sensitization

Students in the School of Law Makerere University and Uganda Christian University Mukono benefited from a training on HIV related legal services organized by the International Development Law Association (IDLO) with the objective of increasing students understanding of the role of the law in the national and global HIV response.

The fourth Annual Economic Social and Cultural Rights Annual Conference

Local governments through which government gets into direct contact with the people need to be empowered and equipped with human rights based approaches and skills in order to   the efforts geared towards the realization of economic, social and cultural rights.


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