Joyce Ngaiza, LL.B (HONOURS, Upper Class), (University of Dar-es-Salaam); LL.M in Law in Development (DISTINCTION) (Warwick University), Dip. L.P. (LDC)
Ms Ngaiza is an Assistant Lecturer in the School of Law. She joined the School in 2003 and is attached to the Department of Law and Jurisprudence. She has taught the Law of Evidence, International Law, Legal Method and Introducing Law to undergraduates. Her current teaching areas and research interest include Jurisprudence, Criminal Law, Law in Development, International Development Cooperation, Social Justice, Governance and Anti-Corruption policy and practice. She was a member of the founding faculty of law of Uganda Christian University. As a Governance Advisor with the Embassy of the Netherlands and the UK Department for International Development, she was part of the Accountability and the Justice, Law and Order sectors’ technical teams that led the design of the of the Anti-Corruption court and the Anti-corruption law of 2009, Transitional Justice Policy and the draft Legal Aid Policy.
She is enrolled as an Advocate of the Courts of Judicature in Uganda, and a member of the East African Law Society, Uganda Law Society and UK Alumni Tanzania