Academic Staff

Qualification : 
LL.B (1st Class Hons) (Mak) BCL (Oxford) LL.M (Harvard) Dip. L.P. (LDC)
Academic Experience : 
Assistant Lecturer; Mr. Busingye Kabumba joined the Law School in 2009 and he is attached to the Human Rights and Peace Centre. He is the Academic Coordinator of the LLM (Human Rights and Democratization) Programme which is run jointly with the Universities of Pretoria, Western Cape, Ghana, American University in Cairo and the Catholic University in Cameroon. He teaches International Law, Constitutional Law, International and Regional Human Rights Law, Human Rights in the Domestic Perspective, Law of International Institutions and Organizations, International Economic Law and the Law of Treaties both on undergraduate and post-graduate levels in the School of Law, Makerere University. He also teaches International Law on the MA (Diplomacy and International Relations) and MA (Peace and Conflict Studies) programmes at the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Makerere University. Mr. Kabumba Busingye serves Makerere University as Chief Registrar of the Staff Appeals Tribunal, an autonomous body established under the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act to deal with disputes between members of staff and the University. He has undertaken various consultancies for various organizations including United Nations Population Fund, the New Partnership for African Development (South Africa), Action Aid (UK and Uganda), Kituo Cha Katiba (Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania), the Uganda Network of AIDS Service Organizations (Uganda), the Foundation for Human Rights Initiative (Uganda) and several other local and international organizations. He is an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Uganda and a member of the Ugandan and East African Law Societies.