Ronald Naluwairo, PhD (London), LL.M (Cambridge), LL.B (Makerere), DIP L.P (LDC). Senior Lecturer and Ag. Deputy Principal
Academic Experience :
Dr.Ronald Naluwairo is a Senior Lecturer and Ag. Deputy Principal, School of Law. He is an Advocate of Courts of Judicature in Uganda and Senior Research Fellow at the ACODE.
He has extensive experience teaching at University level,doing policy research and analysis, organizing and conducting specialized trainings, and project planning and management. Over the years, Ronald hasconsulted for a number of national and international organizations. He has served and continues to serve on a number of Government and civil society organizations’ committees and task forces.
Ronald got his Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree from Makerere University in 2001. He was the second best overall student in his graduating class. In the same year, he joined the Law Development Centre for the Bar Course where he graduated in 2002 with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice emerging again as the second best overall student in his graduating class. In 2002, he won the DFID-Cambridge Shared Scholarship (Commonwealth) for his postgraduate studies at the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom) where he graduated with a Master of Laws degree in 2003.In 2008, Ronald won the Mo Ibrahim Governance for Development in Africa Scholarship to undertake his PhD studies at SOAS, University of London (United Kingdom). He completed his studies in 2011 and was awarded a PhD in the same year.
Ronald’smajor areas of research interest and teaching include: Military Justice & Human Rights; the Law of War and Armed Conflicts; Human Rights & Governance; Agro-biodiversity Law & Policy; the Law of Treaties; and the African Human Rights System. Ronald has published many scholarly articles and policy working papers on topical issues in these areas.