Plea bargaining as a response to challenges in the Criminal Justice System in Uganda, Will it Work?

This was the theme of yesterday’s discussion organised by the Public Interest Law Clinic In the School of Law.
Hon. Justice Mike Chibita, the Director Public Prosecutions (DPP) was guest speaker at a public dialogue that drew participation from a cross section of personalities that included Professors of Law, Lecturers and students.

The 2015 Clapmoc Students Oriented

The newly recruited Community Law Program and Mobile Clinic (CLAPMOC) students in the School of Law have been inducted into the program. This is one of the activities in the Public Interest Law Clinic in the School of Law. The event took place at the School of Law yesterday and was attended among others by the instructors of the program.

The 2nd National Conference on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

The second national conference on economic, social and cultural rights has been held at Makerere University Main hall drawing participants from the civil society, the Academia, Policy makers, legal practitioners and students.


The management and staff of the School of Law officially welcomed the fist year students with a call on them to prioritize their academics while at University.

The event held at the School of Law on Wednesday was graced by among others members of professional organisations that included Ms. Ruth Sebatindira, President Uganda Law Society, Ms Stella Diwaga from FIDA Uganda, heads of Departments and the President Makerere Law Society, Edwin Mugumya.

PILAC Convenes CLE Annual Moot

The Public Interest Law Clinic (PILAC) in the School of Law held the Inaugural School Moot Court in Court Room 1 at the High Court, presided over by real Judges. The Moot was by the Clinical Legal Education Students.

Makerere University Law Society Cabinet 2015-2016


School of Law qualifies for the Jessup moot court

The School of Law will this year take part in the 56th Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition from 5th to 11th April in Washington DC, United States of America. Jessup is the world's largest and oldest Moot Court Competition dedicated to International Law, with participants from over 550 law schools in more than 80 countries.

One of the members of the first law class in 1968

One of the members of the first law class in 1968, Vastina Rukiranze Rukirama yesterday paid a courtesy call on the Dean and staff of School of Law, where she commended the work being done in nurturing law students.

The second Inland Water Resources Management Programme

The second Inland Water Resources Management Programme (INWRMP) course that was hosted by the School of Law Makerere University ended today, with the handing over of certificates by Dr. Emmanuel Kasimbazi, the Course coordinator and Chair of the Environmental Law Centre.


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