Dr. Kabumba Busingye
LL.B (1st Class Hons) (Mak) BCL (Oxford)
LL.M (Harvard) Dip. L.P. (LDC), LLD(Pretoria)
Dr. Busingye Kabumba joined the Law School in 2009 and he is attached to the Human Rights and Peace Centre. He teaches Constitutional Law, International Law, Administrative Law and Jurisprudence.
His most recent publications are the books entitled Soft law and legitimacy in international law (2018); Militarism and the Dilemma of Post-Colonial Statehood: The Case of Museveni’s Uganda (2017), with Dan Ngabirano and Timothy Kyepa; and A Comparative Review of Presidential Election Court Decisions (2016), with Professor Frederick Ssempebwa, Justice Elizabeth Munuo and Justice Professor Lillian Tibatemwa Ekirikubinza.
His main current research enquiry is the relationship between power and vulnerability.