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2021
L. Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza and Kabumba, B., The 2016 Parliamentary Elections Case Digest. A focus on Decisions of the Court of Appeal of Uganda. , New Vision and Publishing Company, Kampala - Uganda, 2021.
J. Oloka-Onyango, The Academy and Political Struggle in Uganda, in Politics, Democratization and Academia in Uganda: The Case of Makerere University, 2021.
D. Ngabirano, Between Activism and “Hooliganism”: Civic Engagement and Democratic Struggles in Makerere University Students Guild , 2021.
B. Kabumba, Contending with the past and building for the future? The Paradoxical contribution of Makerere University School of Law to dictatorship and democratization in Uganda, 2021.
B. Tusasiirwe and Kirunda, R., Electoral Reform in Uganda. Emerging Jurisprudence on Structural Interdicts and Contempt of Court. The 2019 Supreme Court Decision of Frederick E. Sempebwa ors v Attorney General, 2021.
L. Tibatemwa-Ekirikubinza and Kabumba, B., Enhancing Electoral Justice in Uganda's Parliamentary Elections: The search for Dependable Precedent, New Vision and Publishing Company, Kampala - Uganda, 2021.
M. Nassali, For whom doth the Academic bell really toll? Unpacking the engagement of Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) in Uganda’s Democratization struggles, in Politics, Democratization and Academia in Uganda: The Case of Makerere University, 2021.
I. Okuda, Intellectuals and the Fourth Estate: Analyzing the Coverage of Makerere University Academic Staff Association (MUASA) in the Ugandan Media (1989-2020), 2021.
R. Kakungulu-Mayambala, The monograph Uganda is an integral part of Cyber Law in the International Encyclopaedia of Laws series.. 2021.
F. W. Jjuuko, The Political Economy of University Education: Revisiting democratic alternatives for Makerere and Uganda, 2021.
J. Oloka-Onyango, Politics, Democratization and Academia in Uganda: The Case of Makerere University. 2021.
B. Tusasirwe, The Role of Academia in the Democratization Process, in Politics, Democratization and Academia in Uganda: The Case of Makerere University, 2021.
2020
K. Busingye, The 1995 Constitution and Covid-19 by Dr. Busingye Kabumba, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://lawafrica.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/The-1995-Constitution-and-Covid-19-by-Dr.-Busingye-Kabumba.pdf.
C. Mbazira, Background Paper to the Transactional Law Clinic Manual for the Business Law Centre of the School of Law, Makerere Universit. 2020.
K. Busingye, BLACK LAWS MATTER BENEDICTO KIWANUKA’S LEGACY AND THE RULE OF LAW IN THE ‘NEW NORMAL’. 2020.
A. Joel Kaleeba and Ntungwerisho, C., A case for cost in public interest ligitigation matters. 2020.
Z. Nampewo, Covid-19 and the SoCio-eConomiC LiveS of Women in Uganda, LAW AFRICA, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://www.lawafrica.com/?p=1396.
I. Engoru, COVID-19: NEW DAWN FOR THE WORK PLACE Reflections for a ‘Typical’ Ugandan Employer. 2020.
W. Tarinyeba Kiryabwire1, The Covid-19 Pandemic and Implications for Corporate Governance. 2020.
W. Tarinyeba Kiryabwire, The Covid-19 Pandemic and Implications for Corporate Governance. 2020.
D. Justin Bakibinga, COVID-19: Social Protection and FiScal implications. 2020.
S. Tamale, Decolonization and Afro-Feminism. 2020.
Degnity for the Ugandan worker, 2020.
PILAC, Empirical study to examine challenges faced by juvenile justice courts in enhancing access to justice for juvenile offenders, 2020.
I. Itol and Victor, M. Keith, The fate of the young lawyer in the absence of minimum wage. 2020.

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