Legal Aid Law will expand justice access - Stakeholders

Legal aid services are expensive because there is no structured support from Government.


Public Interest Law Clinic (Pilac) is a premier University based Law Clinic in Uganda affliated to the School of Law Makerere University. It was established in 2012 and is accredited to provide legal aid services by Uganda Law Council.


Through CLAPMOC, Law Students extend legal literacy sessions to the Communities and Prisons where Pilac operates; Kampala City in the areas of Katanga, Kivulu, Kimombasa, Kikoni, Kikubamutwe and Kasokoso; in Mubende in Munaina and Kaweeri Prison; in Wakiso in Kitalya and Kitala Prisons.

Nile states urged to protect water resources


THE call was made by Emmanuel Kasimbazi the chairman of the International Water Law Committee, during the water law, negotiation and resolution training at Makerere University

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Mak law school to formulate IGAD environment laws

Makerere University School of Law has been selected as a centre of excellence for the development of environment policies and laws for the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD).

Harriet Musinguzi, the spokesperson of the School of Law said the school’s selection followed a successful proposal to IGAD, written by Assoc. Prof Emmanuel Kasimbazi.

MAK law dons want disability policy restructured

The survey ascertained that the policy narrowed to only the PWDs and their welfare and wants it to be restructured to cater and integrate all people who support and interact with them at the university.

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MUK don calls for national health scheme

Professor John Jean Barya has called for the formulation of a national health insurance scheme.

Constitutionalism in Africa

To ensure credibility, authors restrict themselves to familiar waters, analysing with depth their subject of concern. Some of the authors adopt a broad, continental brush, taking up thematic issues that have prominence in whatever country they are concerned with.

MUK Don Slams Terrorist Bill

The Dean Faculty of Law, Makerere University, Oloka Onyango, has said the Terrorist Bill before Parliament is bad and biased. He said there was no need to rush to pass the Bill when the Government faced more pressing issues like poverty alleviation.


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