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JESSUP MOOT NATIONAL ROUNDS 2019

EXPERIENCES FROM PARTICIPANTS

 

 

Dr. Kabumba Busingye, (Key note speaker and judge)

Lecturer of International Law and Comparative Constitutional Law at School of Law, Makerere University.

Challenges

 

CHALLENGES

As the program is still gaining traction in Uganda, we faced a challenge of getting partners and funding to run the event, however, we were able  to limit some activities and programs so as to accommodate the limited funding. This affected the level of par-ticipation as several participants could not be accommodated.

Activities

 

Activities

Two major activities were carried out and these were the International law fellowship and the Philip C. Jessup Moot competition Uganda National Rounds. Below is a narrative of how the two days transpired to lead to the success the two activities had;

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International law and rule of law fellowship 15th February 2019, School of Law Makerere University, Kampala Uganda

Program Goals and Objectives

 

 

 

Program Goals and Objectives

To develop research and consistent dialogue on different facets of rule of law, international human rights law, role of regional organizations, inter- national law mechanisms, among others.

Introduction

 

 

Introduction

The International Law Fellowship And Uganda Philip C. JESSUP MOOT NATIONAL ROUNDS 2019

 

Taking on administration of a program which is in its 60th year does not only come with high expectations to deliver to the highest expected standards of its existence but also overwhelming excitement and responsibility

Forward

 

CONTENT

Introduction

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